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Burnley - Everton
Premier League - 3 March 2018
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Wood tried to find Lennon in the area but he puts too much on it.
Lowton goes down on the edge of his own area after a challenge from Niasse. He's in no hurry to get up.
There will be three minutes of stoppage time for Everton to try and salvage a point.
ASHLEY WILLIAMS SEES RED!
Oh boy! Williams elbows Barnes in the face and makes no complaints as he heads down the tunnel!
SUB: Sigurdsson makes way for Bolasie. The travelling fans aren't happy with the change.
One would think it would be a simple task to mark the big man on a corner, but apparently not.
Gudmundsson's outswinger is headed into the back of the net by Wood! Nobody seemed to be picking the Burnley man up in the box!
It's end-to-end stuff as Bunrley win a corner! The inswisnger falls to Lennon on the egde of the area, whose shot is deflected for Burnley's tenth corner!
A walcott knock-down falls to Sigurdsson in the area. He takes a touch to put it on his right foot but shoots narrowly wide!
Sigurdsson swings in Everton's third corner of the game. Gudmundsson clears the danger.
An aerial ball falls to Niasse in space around seven yards from goal. He attempts a spectacular overhead kick... which nearly clears the stand behind the goal.
Wood gets his head on a Lowton cross, but there's not enough power on it and Pickford easily collects.
Barnes attempts to find Wood in the box with a cross, but he puts far too much on it.
SUB: Goalscorer Tosun makes way for Oumar Niasse.
Gudmundsson swings in Burnley's eighth corner. Tarkowski is the target but the ref blows up thanks to a Chris Wood shove.
Lennon pushes forward and finds Gudmundsson on the left of the box. His cross is deflected for a corner.
Burnley are looking dangerous...
INNOCENCE AND EXPERIENCE SUB: Davies makes way for Rooney!
Pickford has been superb in this game thus far, but he will be criticised for failing to come off his line to meet Barnes for the equaliser.
Lowton plays a superb pass from inside his own area to Ashley Barnes' path in the box. Pickford stays on his line and watches a powerful shot fly to his left!
Tosun wins a free kick after being felled by Tarkowski around 35 yards out. Sigurdsson swings it into the mixer but Williams' header glides wide.
Burnley have had 62.6% possession. There have been four shots on target apiece.
Lowton crosses and finds Lennon with space and time. The former Everton man forces a great save from Pickford!
Wood wins a corner by putting pressure on Keane. Gudmundsson puts it in the mixer and it takes a bounce, but Everton manage to scramble it clear.
First half stats for your perusal...
HALF TIME SUB: Wood has replaced Hendrick. No changes for Everton.
THE SECOND HALF IS GO!
Walcott gets the ball rolling on a chilly lunchtime at Turf Moor!
Kavanagh blows up for half time. As it stands, Everton will reverse their poor away form and go even on points with Burnley.
The Clarets have never won a PL game in which they've gone behind under Sean Dyche.
There will be two minutes of added time in an entertaining half.
Gudmundsson sends in a free kick from the right and it falls to Ward in the six-yard box. He sends it in the direction of Mee, who knows little about it and the chance goes begging!
Westwood goes in the book for a challenge on Tom Davies and his tiny tiny shinpads.
Tosun chips a speculative ball from the touchline into the box and Walcott picks it up. He can't quite get the shot away and Pope collects.
The ball falls to Gueye on the egde of the area after a corner, but he blasts it into row Z.
Pickford made that stunning save in front of Gareth Southgate, who is attending today.
England's No. 1?
Lowton crosses and Barnes puts a fantastic header on it, forcing a WORLD CLASS save from Pickford!
How did that stay out?
Everton counter with Walcott's furious pace! He plays a one-two with Tosun and a mistake from Tarkowski gifts Theo a one-on-one with the 'keeper! Pope gets the better of it and keeps the shot from a tight angle out of the net!
Calvert-Lewin tries to chase down a loose ball but is nowhere near it and puts in a cynical challenge on Ward. A deserved caution.
Everton break and Walcott picks out Tosun's run on the left of the box. The Turk attempts to shoot across goal but Pope snaffles it up.
The Everton goal was somewhat against the run of play. But it was a very well taken effort.
Sigurdsson wins the ball from Gudmundsson around 30 yards out, starting a move that sees Walcott crosses from the right. Coleman takes a slight headed flick-on before Cenk Tosun nods it in the back of the net for his first Everton goal!
Ward drives the ball across the box, where Gudmundsson is a yard away from sliding the ball into the net!
Allaydyce has been barking instructions and furiously popping chewing gum for the whole game so far. He doesn't seem happy about the manner in which Burnley have been allowed to settle into this game.
Lennon bursts into the box on the right. The shot looks on, but he chooses to cross instead. It's a bad choice.
Sigurdsson weaves through the Burnley box on the right and beats three men before cutting the ball back for a Tom Davies tap-in... but Theo Walcott steals the ball off his colleague's foot and hoofs it over the bar!
Gudmundsson floats in a brilliant cross from the left, which seems to hang in the air for days, but it's a little too high for Hendrick.
Burnley have enjoyed 56.2% of possession so far. Holding the ball isn't necessarily in the Clarets masterplan, but it's working so far.
Gudmundsson lines up a free kick 35 yards from goal on the right. He tries to swing it in but the delivery is disappointing.
Gudmundsson attempts a spectacular volley fromt he edge of the box... but it's not that spectacular.
Burnley have definitely enjoyed the run of play so far.
Gudmundsson puts in a dangerous-looking cross from the left, but it curls straight into Pickford's gloves.
Gudmundsson shoots from outside the area but Coleman blocks.
Davies goes down on the edge of the Burnley box but concedes a foul for clattering into Lowton.
Hendrick, playing as a number 10, falls foul of the flag.
THE GAME IS UNDERWAY!
Referee Chris Kavanagh pips his whistle and Hendrick takes the first touch.
Kick off is five minutes away.
If Burnley manage their first win of 2018 today, they will have managed their first double over Everton since 1959-60. That season, they won the league.
There has never been a draw between these two sides in seven Premier League meetings. Burnley have won four and Everton three.
The last meeting at Turf Moor was a 2-1 win for the Clarets in October 2016, with Scott Arfield bagging a 90th-minute winner.
Sean Dyche: "You have your own pressure - we have found a result hard to come by, some not in our hands, some in it.
"I am not one for making too many excuses. I questioned some things last week, [we were] below par against Swansea but it's important not to go too far below our performance level.
"That win is what we are looking for."
The Burnley gaffer has also been speaking with a spin doctor...
Sam Allardyce: "It’s going to be tough against Burnley because they’re very good on their own patch. Michael Keane wants to show how good he is on his return, hopefully he will be solid and sound as he was for Burnley."
It's a landmark occasion for the Bunrley gaffer today.
It's also Seamus Coleman's 250th appearance for Everton, and Dominic Calvert-Lewin's 50th.
It's a battle of who can score the fewest points today: The Toffees have won the fewest percentage of their PL points this season away from home (24%, 8/34), while Burnley have won the lowest percentage in home matches (51%, 19/37).
It's currently a brisk -1C at Turf Moor. The game will still go ahead, because this is the Premier League and games aren't called off when it's cold anymore, but fans have been advised to be careful when making their way to the stadium.
It's going to be a cold one for Wayne Rooney, Oumar Niasse and Kevin Long on the bench, all of whom were dropped after their club's respective last game. It might be warmer for Jonjoe Kenny, who didn't make the travelling squad.
When these two sides met earlier this season, Jeff Hendrick - who starts today - made the difference in a 1-0 win for the Clarets.
The first recorded match on Merseyside between them was in November 1888 at Anfield, where Everton emerged 3-2 winners.
Phil Jagielka was only a youngster back then...
BURNLEY: Pope, Lowton, Tarkowski, Mee, Ward, Berg Gudmundsson, Cork, Westwood, Lennon, Hendrick, Barnes. Subs: Long, Nkoudou, Marney, Vokes, Wood, Lindegaard, Bardsley. /// EVERTON: Pickford, Coleman, Williams, Keane, Martina, Davies, Gueye, Walcott, Calvert-Lewin, Sigurdsson, Tosun. Subs: Robles, Baines, Schneiderlin, Rooney, Bolasie, Niasse, Holgate.
There's no start for Wood or Vokes in the home side, with Barnes getting the nod up top.
It's a good ol' fashion 4-4-2 for Everton today. Yes, that's two strikers, with Cenk Tosun earning a start.
Hello and welcome to Eurosport's live commentary of the Premier League clash between Burnley and Everton. This is Ryan Bailey (@ryanjaybailey) taking you through all the action from Turf Moor.Kick off is 12.30, team news to follow shortly.