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However, they can be backed at 11/5 (3.20)with bet365 to give their fans something to cheer about by coming out on top here.
The Clarets are still in with a slim chance of Europa League qualification as they sit four points adrift of seventh with two games remaining, and are 5/4 (2.25)favourites to keep that alive with a victory.
Three of the guests’ last four fixtures have resulted in draws, and you can get odds of 11/5 (3.20)on them settling for a single point yet again in this one.
Christoph Zimmermann, Grant Hanley, Sam Byram and Moritz Leitner are all unlikely to feature for the hosts due to injury.
Charlie Taylor and Jay Rodriguez are both doubtful after coming off injured in Wednesday’s draw with Wolves, while Ben Mee, Ben Lowton, Ben Gibson, Jack Cork, and Ashley Barnes are all sidelined.
Having won plaudits for their attacking endeavour and celebrated a memorable win over Manchester City early on in the season, the Canaries’ lack of quality has gradually caught up with them.
This has been particularly apparent since the restart, when their performances have suggested a team just waiting for the season to be over and a fresh start.
In contrast, Sean Dyche’s men continue to go from strength to strength, becoming the first team to leave Anfield with a point this season last weekend before earning a creditable draw with a strong Wolves team.
Unbeaten in six matches and having taken seven points from the last available nine on the road, Burnley are surely worth backing at those generous 5/4 (2.25)odds against a deflated Norwich team.
Odds correct at the time of writing. Please gamble responsibly.