Premier League match ball. (Photo by John Walton - Pool//Getty Images)Premier League match ball. (Photo by John Walton - Pool//Getty Images)
Premier League match ball. (Photo by John Walton - Pool//Getty Images)

Revealed! The Premier League clubs most likely to do business on deadline day - and how Burnley compare

Transfer deadline day is always a hectic time in the Premier League, and today promises to be no different.

With the deadline fast approaching, and with no opportunity to reinforce their squads before the end of the season, top flight managers are looking to push through any last bit of business they can in the final few hours.

For Burnley, there still appears to be scope for Sean Dyche’s men to make some additions before the window slams shut.

The Clarets have been involved in a number of reported pursuits for defenders, with the club having a bid turned down for Stoke City centre-back Nathan Collins last week.

Nottingham Forest's Joe Worrall has also been linked in recent days, although the chances are that he would only come in if moves for other targets failed to materialise.

Elsewhere, Jonjoe Kenny looks as if he won’t be arriving at Turf Moor.

The Everton man has been touted as a target all month, but various sources, including the BBC, are reporting that Scottish champions Celtic are winning the race for his signature.

But historically, how have the Clarets fared on deadline day?FreeSuperTips have evaluated which top flight clubs have a greater tendency to conduct their business on the final day of the window by compiling data comparing their number of last minute deals to their total number of January acquisitions.

Click and scroll through the pages below to see our countdown of which clubs are most likely to make a move before the deadline passes at 11pm: