Burnley v West Ham United LIVE

Burnley could all-but secure their Premier League status by beating West Ham United at Turf Moor.

Monday, 3rd May 2021, 12:00 pm
West Ham United's English midfielder Michail Antonio (R) vies with Burnley's English defender James Tarkowski during the English Premier League football match between West Ham United and Burnley at The London Stadium, in east London on January 16, 2021.

Victory would see the Clarets move 12 points clear of 18th place Fulham with just four games of the campaign remaining.

Sean Dyche's side are unbeaten in their last three home meetings against the Hammers - scoring six times and conceding just once in those games.

Chris Wood netted in all three of those fixtures and has now scored six times for Burnley against tonight's opponents in the top flight.

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Burnley v West Ham United LIVE

Last updated: Monday, 03 May, 2021, 22:05

  • The Clarets have won five of their 13 meetings with the Hammers in the Premier League
  • Burnley have avoided defeat in their last three home games against West Ham having previously lost three on the spin
  • The last meeting at Turf Moor, in November 2019, finished 3-0 to the Clarets
  • Chris Wood and Ashley Barnes were on the scoresheet for the hosts while Roberto also put into his own net
  • The Hammers won the reverse fixture 1-0 at the London Stadium - Michail Antonio netted the only goal of the game
  • Victory for the visitors would push them to within three points of Chelsea in the race for the top four
  • Burnley would move 12 points clear of the bottom three with a win at Turf Moor - with just 12 points left to play for
  • Chris Wood has scored six times for the Clarets against West Ham United
  • Burnley have picked up seven points from the three home games in which the New Zealander has scored
  • This season’s defeat in the capital was the only time in seven meetings that Sean Dyche has lost out to David Moyes during his managerial tenure

Full-time: Burnley 1 West Ham 2

The Clarets have now gone eight home games on the bounce without a win.

Lingard almost rounds it off. but Pope sticks out an arm to turn the effort wide.

Gudmundsson booked for bringing down Bowen.

Ashley Barnes is introduced at the expense of Chris Wood.

Ben Mee is given a booking for a cynical foul on Jesse Lingard.

Benrahma is replaced by Bowen for the Hammers.

Can the home side find an equaliser?

Gudmundsson meets Lowton’s cross on the volley, but the Icelandic winger fires wide of the near post.

Second change for Burnley

McNeil is replaced by Gudmundsson for the Clarets.

West Ham getting numbers forward

Cresswell’s effort flashes across goal.

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