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Manchester City vs Burnley Premier League Live Football Score 3 Feb 2021

Manchester City vs Burnley Premier League Live Football Score 3 Feb 2021

 

Manchester City are looking to become the first Premier League side since Arsenal in 2002 to win 13 successive games in all competitions when they make the trip to Burnley.The Citizens have been on an extraordinary run of form over the past couple of months and lead the way at the top of the Premier League.Opponents Burnley recently beat Liverpool at Anfield, but defeat to Chelsea last time out leaves them just two places above the relegation zone.City made tough work of seeing off bottom side Sheffield United at the weekend, with Gabriel Jesus’s early goal proving enough in a 1-0 victory at the Etihad Stadium.

That victory was the Citizens’ eighth in a row in the top flight and, with Manchester United being held by Arsenal, they are three points clear at the top with a game in hand.Stopping Pep Guardiola’s men when they are in this form is arguably the most difficult task in football, but Burnley certainly know how to pull off a shock result.It was less than two weeks ago that Sean Dyche’s charges went to Anfield and picked up a 1-0 victory, ending Liverpool’s 68-game unbeaten home league run.The Clarets followed that up with a 3-2 victory over Aston Villa, though a 2-0 loss to Chelsea on Sunday means that they are still in the lower reaches of the division.

MATCH FACTS

Head-to-head

  • Burnley have won only one of the past 26 encounters in all competitions, drawing six and losing 19.
  • Manchester City are on a seven-game winning run in this fixture, scoring 28 goals and conceding one.
  • The Clarets’ most recent victory over City was 1-0 at home in March 2015.

Burnley

  • Burnley have won four and lost four of their past eight league fixtures.
  • The four victories they have recorded in their last six home league matches are as many as in their previous 16 at Turf Moor.
  • Sean Dyche’s side have lost seven of eight games against sides that enter this round of fixtures in the top seven.
  • Burnley have managed just 13 league goals this season, with only bottom club Sheffield United faring worse.
  • They have scored at least five fewer goals than at this stage of any previous season since their top-flight return in 2014.
  • The Clarets have won only one of their past 26 home games against the established top-six sides, drawing four and losing 21.
  • A league-low 18 goals have been scored at Turf Moor so far this campaign.

Manchester City

  • Manchester City are on a club record run of 12 consecutive victories in all competitions. The last Premier League side to win 13 consecutive games in league and cup was Arsenal back in 2002.
  • They are unbeaten in 19 matches stretching back to 21 November and have conceded just four goals during this run.
  • City have won three successive away league games. They began the season with just two victories in their opening six on the road.
  • Pep Guardiola’s side have kept 20 clean sheets in all competitions – five more than any other side in Europe’s elite five divisions.
  • Manchester City can equal the club league record of six consecutive clean sheets.
  • Riyad Mahrez has scored eight Premier League goals against Burnley, more than against any other side.

 


 

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