Mee confident of Clarets revival

10 January 2018 12:48:18 EST

Burnley defender Ben Mee says that he is not concerned by the team's winless run and is looking forward to the second half of the season.

The Clarets have not won in six matches, their latest defeat being at Manchester City in the FA Cup last weekend.

They have lost their two recent home games, against Tottenham and Liverpool but have picked up points away in the league, at Brighton, Manchester United and Huddersfield.

The stats might say no wins in six, but we've got three draws out of that and it's not all doom and gloom.

Ben Mee

The winless run has not affected their league position, they remain seventh and, with a trip to Crystal Palace to come in the league on Saturday, Mee sees no reason to panic.

He told the club's official website: "It's a big second half of the season for ourselves, to see where we can take the club. It's going to be exciting times.

"We haven't picked up a win, but we've been to Old Trafford and drawn, we've played against a tough Tottenham side who were very good, and we got a good away draw at Huddersfield as well.

"The stats might say no wins in six, but we've got three draws out of that and it's not all doom and gloom.

"We are looking forward. We've got some good games coming up and ones we feel we can win."

Burnley are 29/10 to win on Saturday; Palace, who have enjoyed a revival under Roy Hodgson to climb out of the bottom three are 6/5 with the draw priced at 11/5.

It doesn't get any easier for the Clarets following Saturday's match with both Manchester clubs visiting Turf Moor sandwiched between an away game at Newcastle.

The Clarets are 1/8 to finish the season in the top half of the table.

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