Burnley

Nickname:
The Clarets
Ground:
Turf Moor
Capacity:
22546
Website:
Official Site

Burnley Tables

Barclays Prem
TeamPldPts
Chelsea3887
Man City3879
Arsenal3875
Man Utd3870
Tottenham3864
Liverpool3862
So'ton3860
Swansea 3856
Stoke3854
C Palace3848
Everton3847
West Ham3847
W Brom3844
Leicester3841
Newcastle3839
S'land3838
A Villa3838
Hull City3835
Burnley3833
QPR3830

Burnley Fixtures

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Burnley Results

Sun 24th May 2015
A Villa0
Burnley1
Sat 16th May 2015
Burnley0
Stoke0
Sat 9th May 2015
Hull City0
Burnley1
Sat 2nd May 2015
West Ham1
Burnley0
Sat 25th Apr 2015
Burnley0
Leicester1
Sat 18th Apr 2015
Everton1
Burnley0
Sat 11th Apr 2015
Burnley0
Arsenal1
Sun 5th Apr 2015
Burnley0
Tottenham0
Sat 21st Mar 2015
So'ton2
Burnley0
Sat 14th Mar 2015
Burnley1
Man City0

Burnley sign off with a win

Danny Ings headed the winner for Burnley as they ended their Premier League adventure with a 1-0 win at Aston Villa.

Duff to stay at Burnley

Burnley boss Sean Dyche has confirmed 37-year-old Michael Duff will remain at Turf Moor next season.

Aston Villa v Burnley preview

Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood has vowed not to rest players for Sunday's Premier League dead rubber against Burnley at Villa Park.

Heaton postpones holiday

Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton has revealed he has had to postpone a holiday to South Africa due to his England call-up.

Burnley Features

Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez: Goals missed by Liverpool

Best of Premier League statistics 2014-15

Liverpool's total of 52 goals was the same as Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge managed in 2013-14. Here are the best stats of the season...

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Steven Gerrard: Losing finale predicted for Liverpool skipper

PL Predictions: Spurs and Liverpool to lose

Mark Holmes faces Maccabees guitarist and Fulham fan Felix White in the prediction challenge, with both men backing Chelsea, Everton and Stoke.

6 Comments

Chelsea: Already crowned Premier League title winners

Stats: Chelsea tally low, odds against Hull

Chelsea may become one of only two champions in 12 years to total fewer than 86 points, while the odds are against Hull overhauling Newcastle.

2 Comments

Your Say

dodgo : "The decision to keep Kevin Pietersen out of the team is confirmation that the ECB is just an ex public schoolboys' cosy chums club. Sadly, it's certain to cheer the Aussies who will inow be odds-on to retain the Ashes."

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