's Nick Teale uses the Bettorlogic form lab to analyse the statistics ahead of this Saturday's Premier League clash with Burnley.

Arsenal face another vital match in the Premier League title race this Saturday when they head to relegation-threatened Hull City.
The Gunners have been consistent against bottom-six sides over the last 18 months, collecting an average of 2.47 goals per game.
And that record is further improved by the presence of Russian captain Andrey Arshavin. The midfielder has started 11 such games, and Arsenal have netted an impressive 35 goals. in those matches.
If Hull are to stay up they will be relying on their home form. It's over a year since they last registered an away win but they have lost just three home games all season.
Among their home results is a recent victory over Manchester City, and a draw with Chelsea. But they are struggling for goals and have managed just 26 all season.
One player who appears to help that record is striker Jozy Altidore. He's started 12 Premier League games this term and 17 of the Tigers' goals have come in those matches - a 53 per cent improvement on the team's goal-scoring rate.
Phil Brown's side have been conceding at a rate of 2.11 goals per game this season, but that average drops when midfielder Dean Marney stars. The Englishman has started 11 times this season and during that time Hull have let in 27 per cent fewer goals.

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12 Mar 2010