Predicted Burnley Line-up To Face Watford In The Premier League
Burnley travel to Vicarage Road this weekend to face Watford and Sean Dyche’s men will be looking to continue their good run of form. The Clarets have been at 7th spot in the league standings for a while now and a win in this game could see them close in on 6th-placed Arsenal. Furthermore, the Clarets will come into this game on the back of 3 consecutive victories and their confidence level will undoubtedly be high.
Watford, in contrast, have not been in best of forms lately but no team can be underestimated at home and Burnley will have to be wary of the home side.
Probable Burnley XI
Manager: Sean Dyche
Nick Pope (GK)
Pope has truly made this role his own and is a sure starter.
Matt Lowton (RB)
Lowton can make some crucial passes to facilitate a smooth attack and he is expected to retain his spot in the line-up for the weekend.
James Tarkowski (CB)
Tarkowski continues to go from strength-to-strength and he is likely to be deployed in his usual role.
Ben Mee (CB)
Mee is expected to partner Tarkowski at the heart of the defence. The duo has been in exemplary form this term.
Stephen Ward (LB)
Ward put in a promising display after starting against West Brom last weekend and he is likely to retain his spot.
Georges-Kevin N’Koudou (LM)
Since Arfield is doubtful, N’Koudou could receive another start after an impressive full debut last weekend.
Ashley Westwood (CM)
Westwood should retain his spot in the heart of the midfield and he will be key to establishing control against Watford.
Jack Cork (CM)
Cork has been excellent for Burnley this season and he is likely to partner Westwood in the midfield.
Aaron Lennon (RM)
Lennon was a constant threat against West Brom and he even provided an assist. He should start against the Hornets.
Ashley Barnes (AM)
Barnes put in a scintillating performance in the previous game and he is a sure starter this weekend.
Chris Wood (CF)
After scoring consecutively for the last 3 games, Wood will be looking to get his name on the scoresheet once more.