Hello and welcome to our live coverage of Burnley’s Premier League trip to West Ham United

The Clarets arrive in the capital four points before the last three points, but after a narrow 1-0 defeat by Manchester United in the middle of the week

At this game, Burnley couldn’t disrupt the score again, and the Clarets have only scored nine goals in 16 Premier League games

This is a league low and Sean Dyche is hoping the stats for the clash with David Moyes will improve

Burnley will be left without Charlie Taylor for the competition The Clarets have a hamstring injury despite the fact that he could return to Liverpool on Thursday night

The starting gun will be given at 3 p.m. The game will be broadcast live on Amazon Prime We have all the information, actions, reactions and analysis here, so stay with us

McNeil is active for JBG while the Clarets look for a way back into them

The goal for Antonio was so soft and the hammers hit the post too

The brightest moments have gone the home team path while Burnley sniffed and sniffed with very poor quality

Chris Wood tries his luck from the edge of the box before JBG spares a pretty tame effort

Ogbonna hits a shot from a Hammers corner with a strong header, but the ball hits the post and Burnley survives

Clarets are chasing 1-0 and are currently looking for a spark in this match

His low center is turned into his own web by Cresswell under pressure from Gudmundsson, but Wood was a yard or so sidelined

That was better from Burnley, some quick passes and it created some space and an opportunity

Burnley has seen a lot of the ball in the last 10 minutes, but failed to do much with it

Fabianski didn’t have to save and it has to be said that the Clarets don’t look overly after points

West Ham didn’t create too much either, but they harbor a much greater threat of attack in the final third, even if they didn’t create too many opportunities

Burnley boss Sean Dyche says strong recent performances and the potential for more goals from his favored front two justified the same XI for today’s Premier League clash with West Ham United

The Clarets lost 1-0 to Manchester United mid-week and showed a competitive performance but struggled to create too many clear chances

Antonio scores hits the far post after a cross from the left wing dodges Mee and Tarkowski in the air

Antonio has stood in front of Robbie Brady, who was just walking in when Pieters attacked Jarrod Bowen

Much too easy for the home team to take their first real push forward

Nothing wrong with that, but the Burnley man needs a little treatment here on site

The level of performance against Manchester United was good and that’s why I’m staying on the same page

We have players who are getting fit The obvious one is Dwight McNeil, but he’s fully fit again I can imagine that we will see him at some point

We have good outfits opposite that want to keep us constant

We’ve had some performances that warranted more goals, but you have to put them on the net, which is the toughest job in football

We’re never far off defensively, but our top third production has to improve

I think it has proven its worth despite the number of goals scored due to the quality of the opportunities we are making, but we have to take those risks

The striker is back in the XI in the Premier League and had several chances in this game last season but found Nick Pope in good shape

The Clarets backline has also been very impressive over the past few weeks, so they will be hoping for another goal

So it is again with the Clarets with Dwight McNeil among the submarines when he returns from an injury, while Chris Wood and Ashley Barnes keep their places in front

Wood has six to six against the Hammers, so Sean Dyche is hoping to see the international fire in New Zealand this afternoon

Burnley visits West Ham for the Premier League on Saturday and the pundits believe the Clarets are being held back by a known problem

Sean Dyche’s side have only scored nine goals in 16 top games, a league low, and haven’t scored a goal in five of their last six away games

But they have improved lately and won this game last season, while winning 1-0 on each of their last three visits to the capital

Michael Owen and Mark Lawrenson, however, predict yet another in front of goal gap for Burnley as they review the game here

Sean Dyche insists he gear his strikers on form rather than loyalty as Burnley looks to try to resolve goalscoring issues at West Ham United on Saturday afternoon

The Clarets have only managed nine in 16 Premier League games this season This makes them the last in the division next to Sheffield United

Chris Wood has scored three of those goals but has lacked form and confidence in recent weeks, while the New Zealand international and Ashley Barnes were guilty of missing out on great opportunities

Jay Rodriguez has yet to stand a chance in an injury-related campaign and Matej Vydra appears to be among the submarines at London Stadium despite three goals in four starts this season

It has been touted to give Burnley a competitive advantage in football development and it could be the first step in a possible data-driven analytical revolution at Turf Moor

The hope is that Burnley can discover hidden gems and find the closest one, while the academy’s scouts get quicker and easier access to the potential clients who may warrant a deal

The defender was wanted by West Ham that summer, but Burnley dropped both offers from David Moyes and an offer from Leicester

Tarkovsky has impressed over the past few weeks but question marks remain about what will come next for the center-back

Burnley boss Sean Dyche says it comes as no surprise to him that Tarkowski cut off summer transfer talks to rediscover his best form

The head of the Clarets was shy of what might come next for the 28-year-old and simply said that dialogue with the player and his agent about Tarkovsky’s contract status was open

His current contract expires in 18 months, at which point the defense attorney is extremely unlikely to sign a new one

The Clarets start the weekend with four points and two places ahead of the last three and want to return from a 1-0 home game against Manchester United by the middle of the week

Sean Dyche’s squad have improved after a slow start to the season and their defensive skills mean they can compete with most teams in the top division

But Burnley has struggled to find goals, only scoring nine goals in 16 games They will definitely want to solve that before the trip to the London stadium

Charlie Taylor remains a doubt about the weekend trip to West Ham United Burnley’s defender suffers from a thigh problem

Clarets left-back is out since beating Sheffield United last month

Erik Pieters has come on and the Dutchman is back at the London stadium this weekend if Taylor doesn’t recover

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