Here are the latest headlines from across the world featuring the Clarets:
The Football Network - The Leicester game: to say it was make or break was hyperbole at this stage but lose and it was not unreasonable to think that relegation was very close. Win: and it was still all to play for. Not quite make or break then, but certainly the first of the five remaining moments of truth.
News Talk - Burnley and Ireland left-back Stephen Ward says he and his team-mates have “nothing to lose” in the run-in.
Club Call - Burnley’s David Jones insists his side haven’t given up on survival and remains upbeat they can pull clear of danger.
Sports Mole - Burnley midfielder David Jones has assured the supporters that they will give their all as they bid to stay in the Premier League.
Club Call - Burnley boss Sean Dyche hasn’t given up on survival and has urged his side to take all three points at West Ham on Saturday.
Talk Sport - Burnley defender Michael Duff says the club’s tiny budget has cost them in front of goal this season.
Vital Football - Manager Sean Dyche has insisted that Burnley heads won’t drop in our battle against relegation and we will fight until the last minute of the last game irrespective of what fate may hold for us.
Clarets Mad - It’s been a difficult April for the Clarets with three defeats and a draw without a goal scored, but for Michael Duff it’s been outstanding and has seen him voted Clarets Mad’s Player of the Month.
Clarets Mad - Burnley took on Oldham today in the latest behind closed doors development squad friendly, and what appeared to be a game heading for defeat ended in a 3-2 win for the Clarets with the winner coming in the last minute.
Club Call - Burnley striker Sam Vokes is making good progress from the thigh injury that kept him out of Saturday’s home defeat to Leicester City.
Club Call - Burnley’s Steven Reid says the perception that the club will be relegated this season is providing the team with an extra incentive.