The Clarets took to the streets for the second time in five days as they attempt to win it in a row to climb back from the bottom three and possibly up to 16 in the table

The men of Sean Dyche, who also have a game on most sides, face a villa team that got off to a flying start to the season but has stuttered a lot at home in the past two months lose their momentum

Burnley’s own form is improving Seven of the last twelve points add some momentum to a campaign that reached a new high with the 1-0 win at Arsenal on Sunday evening

And they will try to aid this by taking consecutive wins for the first time since June

“We have had some challenges but we are returning to form with a good number of results and conceding, which is always favorable,” said Dyche, whose side have only conceded in one of the last four away games

“Two wins, two draws and one loss in the last five years are a good reflection of the improvement in our performance

“No game is easy but we are finding our own form. We know we can compete throughout the Premier League because we have shown this over many seasons

“We have to show up and deliver, and I think we did recently

“This is another chance for us to deliver something that can help us get something out of the game”

The Clarets will still get by without midfielder Jack Cork, who was back on Monday in the U23 but needs more playing time

Winger Johann Berg Gudmundsson may not be involved either, but Dale Stephens and Phil Bardsley could travel after improving their match fitness in the PL2 win over Reading

Villa welcomed former Claret captain Tom Heaton back The goalkeeper was fit again after the knee injury he sustained on New Year’s Day at Turf Moor

Midfielder Douglas Luiz and defender Matty Cash are both banned from playing, while striker David Trezeguet is out with a hamstring injury and Wesley has to return after injuring his knee at Burnley last season

However, after two games, the Villains may have loaned Chelsea Chelsea midfielder Ross Barkley after an injury

The Clarets, who slipped back into the bottom three places after the results on Wednesday evening due to the goal difference, want to achieve consecutive league wins for the first time this season after the success on Sunday evening at Arsenal

Sean Dyche’s team have only lost one of their last five games and only one of their last four away games

Burnley have been clean in three of their last four away games
Aston Villa is in eleventh place after six wins so far – including a 1-0 win at Wolves thanks to a final penalty last time

However, only two of their wins have been at Villa Park, and Dean Smith’s side have lost three straight at home since beating Liverpool 7-2 in early October

Dean Smith, Aston Villa Manager: “They obviously didn’t have the start of the season that Sean (Dyche) would have wanted them to

“But you only watch the last four out of five shows, other than the one in Manchester City They performed well and are very difficult to play, very difficult to score and in the end they took a deserved victory at Arsenal””

The Clarets have won six away games in 2020 – the highest record in a top campaign since eight away wins in 1965

Captain Ben Mee turns 300 League start for the Clarets His first game took place in August 2011 against a team administered by Sean Dyche in Watford

Burnley has scored in 15 consecutive league games against Aston Villa in one run through 1956

Clarets striker Chris Wood has scored a goal in each of his three career starts against Villa

The Midlanders could lose a fourth consecutive Premier League game at Villa Park for the first time since spring 2016

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