2017 Season

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2017 Schedule
3-4-1, 7th in English Premier League
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7hPA Sport

Burnley's Defour expected De Bruyne's rise

Kevin De Bruyne's emergence as one of the world's best footballers has come as little surprise to Belgium teammate Steven Defour.

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Guardiola: Man City must adapt to Burnley threat (2:09)
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Burnley's Dyche plays down Leicester links (0:55)
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Premier League Predictor: Week 9 (4:04)
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2dPeter O'Rourke

Pardew applies for Leicester job - sources

Former Newcastle and Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew has applied for the vacant manager's job at Leicester City, sources have told ESPN FC.

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Dyche: Prem lacks 'honest physicality' (0:58)
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Carroll off as Burnley hold West Ham

Andy Carroll left West Ham high and dry as his reckless dismissal left them scrambling for a 1-1 draw against Burnley.

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Wood heads Burnley level vs. West Ham (0:56)
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Carroll sent off for West Ham (0:54)
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West Ham's Antonio converts early vs. Burnley (0:59)
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10dMichael Cox

Would Dyche suit one of the Prem's giants?

Sean Dyche has Burnley in the top six and he's being linked with jobs at some of the Premier League's biggest clubs, but would his tactics translate?

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18dMark Ogden

Argentina hold no fear for NZ - Wood

Chris Wood has told ESPN FC that New Zealand have a good chance of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, even if the All Whites face Argentina.

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Dyche could replace Wenger, says Wright

Former Arsenal great Ian Wright believes Burnley manager Sean Dyche has what it takes to replace Arsene Wenger at the Emirates.

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20dPA Sport

Burnley crank up pressure on Koeman

Jeff Hendrick goal plunges Everton straight back into turmoil after win over Bournemouth.

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WATCH: Koeman curt after 4th Premier League loss (0:38)
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Niasse's header flashes wide of the post (0:36)
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Hendrick's composed finish puts Burnley in front (1:14)
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Sigurdsson forces an early save from Burnley's Pope (0:28)
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Dyche wants increased diving punishment

Burnley boss Sean Dyche called for a review of diving protocols after Huddersfield's Rajiv van La Parra took an "unacceptable" tumble.

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference2Tied-5th
Goals Scored8Tied-12th
Assists6Tied-9th
Goals Conceded64th