LiveBurnley v Newcastle United LIVE

A first home win in seven attempts would further distance the Clarets from danger in the Premier League.

Sunday, 11th April 2021, 7:30 am
Sean Dyche, Manager of Burnley shakes hands with Steve Bruce, Manager of Newcastle United during the Premier League match between Burnley FC and Newcastle United at Turf Moor on December 14, 2019 in Burnley, United Kingdom.

Victory over Newcastle United at Turf Moor would open up a seven-point chasm between themselves and Sunday's opponents as the clock continues to count down on the 2020-21 campaign.

Burnley have drawn five games on the bounce at home in the top flight - with their last success against Aston Villa at the back end of January - while Steve Bruce's side have triumphed just once on the road in 10 attempts in the league.

Join us right here for all the LIVE action.

Burnley v Newcastle United LIVE

Last updated: Sunday, 11 April, 2021, 13:55

  • Burnley are without a win in their last six Premier League games at Turf Moor
  • The Clarets have won just once on home soil since the turn of the year - coming from behind to beat Aston Villa 3-2 in January
  • Sean Dyche’s side have drawn five league games on the bounce at Turf Moor
  • Newcastle United have won just one of their last 10 Premier League games away from home
  • The Magpies beat Everton 2-0 at Goodison Park in January - with their only other point during that spell coming against West Brom at The Hawthorns
  • The visitors have failed to score in eight of their 15 PL games on the road this term
  • Burnley have lost just once in seven home games against Newcastle United
  • Rafael Benitez was in charge of the away side when United came out on top during the 2018/19 campaign
  • Four points separate the two sides going into the fixture - while Burnley boast a marginally better goal difference
  • Only three sides in the top flight have conceded more times than Newcastle this season while the Clarets are the joint-second lowest scorers in the division

Full-time: Burnley 1 Newcastle United 2

Burnley give up another lead to lose for a second game in succession.

Hendrick is introduced at the expense of Almiron.

Gudmundsson is replaced by Mumbongo

Tarkowski gets back to the line to block Almiron’s effort.

Vydra fires first time

The Burnley striker gets goal side of his marker from Tarkowski’s pass and wraps his right boot around the ball, but fires into the side-netting.

Brownhill is booked for a foul on Almiron.

Goal: Burnley 1 Newcastle United 2

The visitors have turned it around and it’s the substitute that has inflicted the damage.

Goal: Burnley 1 Newcastle United 1

Murphy drills the ball past Peacock-Farrell.

Double change for the Magpies

Joelinton and Gayle are replaced by Saint-Maximin and Wilson.

Two chances for the hosts

Wood is off-target on the turn from a quickly taken free-kick before McNeil’s attempt is deflected over the bar.

Lowton almost adds to Burnley’s lead

It’s a super strike from the full back, who had a second bite of the cherry, and Dubravka turns the volley over the bar.

Half-time: Burnley 1 Newcastle United 0

Matej Vydra’s goal separates the sides at the break.

Dubravka keeps Newcastle in it

Westwood’s cross is turned goalwards by Dummett and Dubravka does well to keep the ball out of the net.

The away side want a penalty after Tarkowski’s high boot catches Longstaff, but Anthony Taylor allows play to continue after a VAR check.

That's an exceptional save from Peacock-Farrell to deny Gayle. The Northern Ireland international denies the striker from close range from Murphy's cross.

Page 1 of 2