Jurgen Klopp insisted his Liverpool team showed great mentality in their 3-3 draw against Sevilla on Tuesday. The fans may be thinking differently though. Liverpool have an even bigger test to come at the weekend in the form of a Chelsea side who are flying. Liverpool have the home advantage, but it will be a tough test to try and break into the top four with victory over the current champions.
Eddie Howe has been performing miracles with his Bournemouth side, who currently stand at 13th in the league. A great result last week against Huddersfield saw them bang in four goals in front of their home fans. This week they take on Swansea at the Liberty stadium, but with Swansea having won only once in their last six home games expect Bournemouth to take all three points.
Burnley will be hoping that their incredible home record (third best in the Premier League) will give them the edge over Arsenal on Sunday. If they manage to achieve a result against the Gunners and Liverpool lose to Chelsea then Burnley will leap into fifth place, just one point behind Tottenham (assuming they beat West Brom). Should the unthinkable happen and West Brom beat Tottenham, then Burnley would go fourth. Of course, at the end of the day, this is all conjecture and hypothesis, but one thing is absolutely certain, and that is bet £20 on Burnley to win at home against Arsenal would get you a very impressive return of £118!
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