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Clarets to rely on home comforts
Burnley will be looking to pick up more points at home on Boxing Day when they welcome Middlesbrough to Turf Moor.
The Clarets have kept their head above water this season with a good run of results on home soil, ensuring they remain outside the bottom three going into Christmas.
All of the club’s five victories this term have come on their own patch, while they have lost just three of nine outings in front of the Burnley faithful, and backing a home win at n/a would seem a sensible option.
Boss Sean Dyche will be hopeful his men can continue that trend on Monday when fellow Premier League newboys Middlesbrough make the trip.
Burnley have been so reliant on picking up points at Turf Moor due to their failure to perform elsewhere, with just one point gained on the road from the goalless draw with Manchester United.
The Lancashire club have lost four of their last five outings in the Premier League with all of those defeats coming on their travels.
Dyche has kept his faith in a tight-knit squad so far for the 2016-17 campaign, but with Matt Lowton serving a suspension he will need to shuffle his backline.
However, they will be confident of providing some much-needed Christmas cheer for their fans when Boro arrive on Monday.
The north east club were the Premier League’s lowest scorers until their last outing when they blitzed Swansea 3-0 at the Riverside.
Aitor Karanka’s men were in desperate need of a result prior to that clash, having gone two games without a goal in back-to-back defeats to Liverpool and Southampton.
Alvaro Negredo’s brace against Swansea may suggest that the Spaniard is starting to find his feet again in England, although Burnley’s defence is likely to provide tougher opposition.
Boro are also a side who pride themselves on keeping things tight at the back and with both clubs desperate to pick up valuable points it is unlikely to be a high-scoring affair.
Both clubs have tasted success in recent meetings but from their last seven clashes neither side has gone on to win by more than a one-goal margin so there appears to be good value in backing less than 2.5 goals in the game at n/a

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