Burnley boss Sean Dyche

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

Sean Dyche's Clarets welcome the Canaries to Turf Moor tomorrow as the hosts search for a first win since the opening weekend of the campaign.

While Burnley go in to the game on the back of a smash and grab stalemate away at Brighton, the visitors sprung the biggest surprise of the season so far when beating champions Manchester City 3-2 at Carrow Road. Find out which players make our combined XI, based on points accrued on Premier League Fantasy Football.

The Clarets skipper partners James Tarkowski at the heart of this combined XI after picking up 12 points so far. That includes a clean sheet against Southampton on the opening day.

5. Ben Mee (captain)

The Clarets skipper partners James Tarkowski at the heart of this combined XI after picking up 12 points so far. That includes a clean sheet against Southampton on the opening day.
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The former Chelsea midfielder claims the holding role in a 4-1-3-2 formation. Cork (11) has outscored team mate Ashley Westwood (10), Kenny McLean (10), Tom Trybull (9) and Moritz Leitner (6).

6. Jack Cork

The former Chelsea midfielder claims the holding role in a 4-1-3-2 formation. Cork (11) has outscored team mate Ashley Westwood (10), Kenny McLean (10), Tom Trybull (9) and Moritz Leitner (6).
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The 22-year-old Argentine plays on the right of a three. His four assists have contributed to a 24-point total from five games, more than the injured Johann Berg Gudmundsson (14).

7. Emiliano Buendia

The 22-year-old Argentine plays on the right of a three. His four assists have contributed to a 24-point total from five games, more than the injured Johann Berg Gudmundsson (14).
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The young Burnley winger sits on 18 points so far this season, claiming assists against Southampton and Wolves. His rival, Marco Stiepermann, has returned only half of that total.

8. Dwight McNeil

The young Burnley winger sits on 18 points so far this season, claiming assists against Southampton and Wolves. His rival, Marco Stiepermann, has returned only half of that total.
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