Burnley’s away struggles continued with another defeat, this time at Bournemouth, but their home form has been good enough to ensure Premier League football next year. They’ve won just one of their last five at Turf Moor but four of these have been against top-eight sides and their record against the rest of the division is an impressive W8-D1-L1.
West Ham failed to back up their impressive victory over Spurs by being completely out-classed by Liverpool in their final home game. On the road they’re without a win in six (D3-L3) despite Arsenal being the only top-eight side they’ve faced in this time and while they managed a clean sheet at Stoke last time out they’ve generally struggled defensively, with that only their second shut-out on their travels all season.
The Hammers still have plenty of injury concerns and look a little short of options in midfield with Cheikhou Kouyate and Pedro Obiang sidelined, as well as their main attacking threat Michail Antonio also being absent. This badly hampered them last week against Liverpool, and so we’ll back Burnley to sign off an impressive season at Turf Moor in style.