Ben Mee's header just after the hour, on his 300th league appearance for the club, was enough to hand a depleted Clarets side all three points, and stretch their run to one defeat in 10 Premier League outings.
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Last updated: Monday, 29 June, 2020, 19:47
- Ben Mee’s header has earned Burnley a second-successive win - on his 300th league appearance for the club
- Jordan Ayew avoids a red card for a forearm into Josh Brownhill’s face after VAR check
- Burnley striker Jay Rodriguez was out having picked up an ankle knock after scoring the 73rd-minute winner against Watford - his 50th career goal for the club
- Matt Lowton was also not in the squad after a knock to his foot, with Phil Bardsley back in the side
- Sean Dyche was only been able to name seven substitutes again, without Rodriguez and Lowton
- Nick Pope has edged ahead of Liverpool’s Alisson on 13 clean sheets in the race for the Golden Glove
Burnley likely to come up against former Clarets loan man - here's Frank Sinclair on Gary Cahill
'We knew he had a bright future ahead of him' - former Burnley skipper Frank Sinclair on Gary Cahill
Burnley are likely to come up against former Claret Gary Cahill when they take on Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park on Monday night.
Sean Dyche on Matej Vydra's growing understanding of the team ethic at Turf Moor
“Slowly, but surely, the mentality and the environment we work in is actually rubbing off on him” - Burnley boss Sean Dyche on Matej Vydra
It was a moment which summed up Burnley’s mentality against Watford.
Do you agree with Michael Owen?
Former England striker Michael Owen fancies Burnley will come away from Crystal Palace with a result tonight.
Dyche hopeful on Jay Rod
Sean Dyche is hopeful striker Jay Rodriguez will be fit fo face Crystal Palace on Monday night.
Sean Dyche on how the club have to stretch things financially
Burnley boss Sean Dyche: “Can we stretch the finances? I think we can. Does it need stretching? Yes, it does”
Sean Dyche insists he doesn’t want to rip up Burnley’s financial model, just stretch it to try and stay ahead of the curve in the Premier League.
Both sides to be direct tonight?
It has been no barrier to Burnley's success in the Premier League, but Sean Dyche's side make the fewest passes per match of any top-flight team.