Brighton and Hove Albion v Burnley, 09 February 2019

Score3-1 to Burnley
RefereeStuart Attwell
CompetitionPremier League
VenueAMEX Stadium
Attendance29,323
Kick-off: 5.30pm Brighton and Hove Albion remained without a win in the last seven meetings in all competitions since August 2013 (lost two). Premier League Head to Head Played: 4 Brighton and Hove Albion won: 0 Drawn: 2 Burnley won: 2 Brighton and Hove Albion scored: 1 Burnley scored: 4

1 Brighton and Hove Albion

Manager: Chris Hughton

3 Burnley

Manager: Sean Dyche

Goals:

Shane Duffy 76 G

Goals:

Chris Wood 26 G
Chris Wood 61 G
Ashley Barnes penalty 74 P

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Mathew Ryan
Defender Gaëtan Bong
Defender Martín Montoya
Defender/Centre back Shane Duffy
Defender/Midfielder Lewis Dunk
Defender/Midfielder Solly March
Midfielder Pascal Gross
Midfielder Davy Pröpper
Midfielder Dale Stephens
Forward Jürgen Locadia
Forward Glenn Murray

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Tom Heaton
Defender/Right back Phil Bardsley
Defender Ben Mee
Defender James Tarkowski
Defender Charlie Taylor
Defender/Midfielder Jack Cork
Defender/Midfielder Ashley R Westwood
Midfielder Jeff Hendrick
Midfielder/Forward Dwight McNeil
Forward Ashley Barnes
Forward Chris Wood

Substitutions:

Anthony Knockaert for Solly March 48
Yves Bissouma for Pascal Gross 66
Alireza Jahanbakhsh for Jürgen Locadia 66

Substitutions:

Cards:

Mathew Ryan 72 Y

Cards:

Ashley R Westwood 76 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper David Button
Defender Dan Burn
Defender/Midfielder Bernardo
Midfielder Yves Bissouma
Midfielder Alireza Jahanbakhsh
Midfielder Beram Kayal
Midfielder/Forward Anthony Knockaert

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Joe Hart
Defender Ben Gibson
Defender Kevin Long
Defender Matt Lowton
Defender/Midfielder Stephen Ward
Forward Peter Crouch
Forward Matěj Vydra

Comments:

League position: 14th Brighton and Hove Albion had now won one of their last 11 games in the Premier League (lost seven) and remained without a win in their six games in the division in 2019 (lost four). The Seagulls avoided failing to score in three consecutive home games in the top division for the first time. This was the third time that they had conceded more than two goals in a game in their 32 home games in the Premier League. Both of Burnley's goalscorers previously played for Albion.

Comments:

League position: 15th Burnley were now unbeaten in seven consecutive games in the top division for the first time since February 1975 in League Division One. Only Manchester United (nine games) were now on a longer current unbeaten run in the Premier League than the Clarets (seven games). They had now been awarded penalties in consecutive games in the Premier League after ending a 67-game run without a penalty in the division in their previous game against Southampton. This was the first time that Burnley had scored three or more goals in an away game in the Premier League since a 3-0 win at West Ham United on 10 March 2018.