Our football match prediction:
Everton desperately needed a win against Bournemouth at the weekend and they managed to get one. The Toffees came from behind to beat the Cherries at their Goodison Park and, no doubt, coach Ronald Koeman can breathe easier. Everton recorded their second win of the season at the weekend and it has to be noted that Senegal international Niasse impressed in the victory over Eddie Howe’s troops. The 27-year-old attacker came as a substitute and scored a brace against Bournemouth and he is likely to be recalled to the starting line-up. Burnley, on the other hand, played out a goalless draw with Huddersfield Town in their last league match, but they managed to retain their spot in top ten. Seeing that Everton failed to impress in the triumph over the Cherries, we predict that the Clarets are going to hold the Toffees to a draw on Matchday 7. It is well known that Burnley defeated title holders Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on the opening day of the season.
Highlighted Player (Rooney):
Over the years Wayne Rooney has established himself as one of the best English players. “Wazza” was born on 24 October, 1985 and he has played for only two clubs in his senior career. He began his football career at Everton and he scored 15 goals in 67 appearances for the Goodison Park outfit. In 2004 Rooney signed a £25-million-worth deal with Manchester United and he has been playing for the Red Devils ever since. The England attacker won the Champions League trophy with Man Utd in 2008, with the Old Trafford outfit defeating Chelsea on penalties in the title game. The Manchester United attacker has won five Premier League trophies with the English giants (2006/2007, 2007/2008, 2008/2009, 2010/2011, 2012/2013), while lifting FA Cup title in the 2015/2016 season. Nonetheless, Rooney, has yet to win a trophy with England national team. The 30-year-old ace failed to impress at the Euro 2016 final as he scored no more than one goal (penalty) at the showpiece tournament in France.
Highlighted Team (Burnley):
Burnley were one of the founding members of the Football League back in 1888. The Clarets did remarkably well to win the FA Cup trophy back in 1914 and the club owners have been trying to bring glory days back to Turf Moor ever since. Burnley defeated Liverpool in the 1913/1914 FA Cup final and, no doubt, this is regarded as the greatest achievement in the club’s history. The Clarets finished the 2015/2016 Championship campaign in top position in the standings and, as a result, they will participate in the English Premier League in the 2016/2017 season. Burnley play their home games at Turf Moor and the capacity of the stadium is 21,401. The Clarets have won two Community Shield trophies so far, in 1960 and 1973, but they have yet to clinch the Premier League title. Claret is the dominant colour of the team’s home shirts.