The Clarets are without a win since the end of October, and will be desperate to pick up three points to aid their attempts to escape from the relegation zone.
Speaking ahead of this weekend's game, Burnley ace Chris Wood admitted: “I would not be concerned (about the relegation battle) because we have been here before and we’ve done it a number of times.
“There’s no point panicking or changing anything, or rushing into anything, because we have the squad and the experience to get us out of it. It’s now down to us and the staff to get us out of it. It’s one of those, we’ve been through it before, we know what we need to do, we just have to do it.”
“I think we have inner belief, no matter what. I don’t think we need belief thrust upon us. We’ve been here before, we know we can get out of it.
“These players have got us out of it before and we’ve added some quality over the summer to help us get us out of these type of situations. Sometimes we have a sticky start to the season and we get better as time goes on. That might be the case this season.
“At both ends of the park, we need to be a lot better. We’ve been solid enough, doing well in games, but we haven’t been able to see games out. Us at the top will be looking to do more and I’m sure the defenders will be doing the same thing.”
Take a look at today's biggest stories from the Premier League, as the tier sides gear up for the Boxing Day action this weekend:
1. Gunners step up Vlahovic pursuit
Arsenal are said to be willing to part with a hefty £68m to land Fiorentina striker Dusan Vlahovic, but could struggle to sign the player due to his apparent desire to stay with his side until the end of the season. He's scored 18 goals in 19 games so far this season. (Gazetta Dello Sport)
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2. Magpies could lure in Werner
Newcastle United have been tipped to have "a bit of a chance" of signing Chelsea forward Timo Werner, who continues to struggle in front of goal for the Blues. He's scored just seven league goals since joining the side in a £48m switch last year. (BILD)
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3. Barcelona close in on Torres
Barcelona are understood to have agreed a £55m deal for Man City midfielder Ferran Torres. The Spain international made 36 appearances for Pep Guardiola's side last season, and scored 13 goals. (Sky Sports)
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4. Los Blancos eye Gomez
Real Madrid are believed to be plotting a move for Liverpool defender Joe Gomez. The England international missed much of last season with a knee injury, and is in danger of losing his starting spot to new signing Ibrahima Konate. (BBC Sport)
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