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Burnley

 By Jamie Smith

Despite Barnes' superb goal, Burnley get nothing from Tottenham

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Ashley Barnes goal (27') Tottenham 1-1 Burnley

It was a case of "what if?" at White Hart Lane on Saturday as Burnley narrowly lost 2-1. Sean Dyche's team pushed Spurs close but were just unable to force an equaliser with Hugo Lloris in fine form during a second-half barrage of chances.

Danny Ings had three good opportunities to pinch a point for the Clarets, but each time he was denied by the French goalkeeper at his near post when perhaps shooting across goal was a better option for the striker. Lloris was excellent throughout and his saves...

 By Jamie Smith

Current run of form has taken pressure off Burnley on trip to Spurs

Burnley manager Sean Dyche aims for back-to-back wins in the English Premier League as his side travel to face Tottenham.

The pressure is off Sean Dyche's Burnley as they travel to Tottenham on Saturday. Taking 11 points from their last six games has lifted the team out of the bottom three and last weekend's shock 1-0 win over Southampton at Turf Moor provided a massive confidence boost.

Burnley are on a high and after a poor start to the season have given themselves every chance of staying in the Premier League next season, although there is a lot of hard work ahead and complacency must be avoided.

White Hart Lane...

Clarets scrap for vital win versus Saints

Southampton's poor run of form continued with a 1-nil loss at Burnley.

Burnley showed huge reserves of fight, spirit and guts to emerge from a tight match against Southampton with a vital 1-0 win on Saturday afternoon.

The Clarets are out of the bottom three and looking up after Ashley Barnes' deflected finish stole all three points following Tom Heaton's brilliant penalty save from Dusan Tadic.

Heaton's heroics were crucial to the victory after George Boyd had switched off and tripped Ryan Bertrand as he entered the box. The goalkeeper has now saved three of...

Clarets must show resilience to bounce back versus Saints

FA Cup holders Arsenal will face Hull City once more in a re-match of last year's final.

Resilience was one of the key characteristics of Burnley's surprise success last season and they will have to show it again on Saturday as Southampton visit Turf Moor.

Last weekend's 2-0 defeat at relegation rivals QPR was a major blow for Sean Dyche's team, but last year they inevitably bounced back from similar blows with excellent results.

The timing of Southampton's visit could not be much better. After a flying start the Saints have taken only a single point from their last four matches...

Burnley brought back down to earth with defeat to relegation rivals QPR

Burnley manager Sean Dyche praised his side's effort in their 2-0 loss to Queens Park Rangers.

Queens Park Rangers were always going to be tough opponents, but Burnley boss Sean Dyche will be disappointed after his side went down 2-0 at Loftus Road on Saturday.

The visitors went into the match on a promising run of eight points from four matches, but a defeat to their relegation rivals leaves them firmly in the bottom three, and to look at things from another perspective, the team are now winless in three.

Things change very quickly in football, and after an encouraging run of results, Dyche's...

Ings vs. Austin headlines Burnley's big visit to QPR

Burnley manager Sean Dyche speaks to the difficulty of the Premier League, as all three promoted sides sit in the relegation zone.

December might be far too early to talk about relegation six-pointers, but Saturday's game between the 18th- and 19th-placed teams in the Premier League could have a huge bearing on who survives this season.

The form book holds a few surprises, considering Burnley and QPR have both spent much of their seasons in the bottom three. Sean Dyche's side are on a solid unbeaten run of eight points from their past four games, while the R's have won all 11 of their points so far at Loftus Road, making...