Burnley boss Sean Dyche pictured at Villa Park

Burnley versus Everton: The combined XI ahead of Saturday's Premier League meeting

Sean Dyche's Clarets welcome the Toffees to Turf Moor tomorrow as the hosts look to extend their three game unbeaten run.


While Burnley sit in a mid-table position in the top flight after taking five points from their last three games, Marco Silva's side have lost three on the bounce. Find out how many, if any, Everton players make our combined XI, based on points accrued on Premier League Fantasy Football.

The Clarets skipper gets the nod having accrued the same number of points as Michael Keane (19). His return is just two points better off than James Tarkowski's and one better than Yerry Mina's.

5. Ben Mee

The Clarets skipper gets the nod having accrued the same number of points as Michael Keane (19). His return is just two points better off than James Tarkowski's and one better than Yerry Mina's.
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There was no contest for the holding role in our XI. Westwood is head and shoulders above his competitors, scoring 19 points in comparison to Jack Cork (15), Morgan Schneiderlin (5) and Fabian Delph (2).

6. Ashley Westwood

There was no contest for the holding role in our XI. Westwood is head and shoulders above his competitors, scoring 19 points in comparison to Jack Cork (15), Morgan Schneiderlin (5) and Fabian Delph (2).
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Almost half of the Brazilian's points tally came from the two goals he netted in a 3-2 win over Wolves. With 31 he's better off than Bernard (17), Alex Iwobi (15), Johann Berg Gudmundsson (14), Jeff Hendrick (13) and Theo Walcott (5).

7. Richarlison

Almost half of the Brazilian's points tally came from the two goals he netted in a 3-2 win over Wolves. With 31 he's better off than Bernard (17), Alex Iwobi (15), Johann Berg Gudmundsson (14), Jeff Hendrick (13) and Theo Walcott (5).
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The Everton man beats Icelandic international team-mate Johann Berg Gudmundsson to the central role behind the strikers. He's clocked up 19 points this season.

8. Gylfi Sigurdsson

The Everton man beats Icelandic international team-mate Johann Berg Gudmundsson to the central role behind the strikers. He's clocked up 19 points this season.
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