Burnley v Brighton and Hove Albion, 28 April 2018

Score0-0
RefereeRoger East
CompetitionPremier League
VenueTurf Moor
Attendance19,459
Kick-off: 3.00pm The last five meetings in all competitions had now all ended in draws.

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Nick Pope
Defender Kevin Long
Defender Matt Lowton
Defender James Tarkowski
Defender/Midfielder Jack Cork
Defender/Midfielder Stephen Ward
Defender/Midfielder Ashley R Westwood
Midfielder Aaron Lennon
Midfielder/Forward Jóhann Berg Gudmundsson
Forward Ashley Barnes
Forward Chris Wood

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Mat Ryan
Defender Gaëtan Bong
Defender Bruno Saltor
Defender/Centre back Shane Duffy
Defender/Midfielder Lewis Dunk
Midfielder Pascal Gross
Midfielder Beram Kayal
Midfielder Dale Stephens
Midfielder/Forward José Izquierdo
Midfielder/Forward Anthony Knockaert
Forward Leonardo Ulloa

Substitutions:

Sam Vokes for Chris Wood 66
Georges-Kévin N'Koudou for Aaron Lennon 72
Jeff Hendrick for Ashley R Westwood 81

Substitutions:

Glenn Murray for Leonardo Ulloa 67
Solly March for José Izquierdo 85
Ezequiel Schelotto for Bruno Saltor 89

Cards:

Cards:

Dale Stephens 41 Y
Glenn Murray 72 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Tom Heaton
Defender/Right back Phil Bardsley
Defender Charlie Taylor
Midfielder Jeff Hendrick
Forward Sam Vokes
Forward Nahki Wells

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Tim Krul
Defender Connor Goldson
Defender Markus Suttner
Defender/Midfielder Solly March
Midfielder Ezequiel Schelotto
Forward Jürgen Locadia
Forward Glenn Murray

Comments:

League position: 7th Burnley kept a clean sheet for the first time in their last nine home games in the Premier League. Only eight goals had now been scored in the first-half of the Clarets' last 15 games in the Premier League. Sean Dyche had now only faced Tottenham Hotspur more often as Burnley manager without winning (eight games) than against Brighton and Hove Albion (seven).

Comments:

League position: 14th Brighton and Hove Albion had now scored nine away goals so far in this Premier League season; fewer than any other team. The Seagulls kept a clean sheet for the first time in their last 14 games in the Premier League. Albion had now failed to score in 16 of their 35 games so far in this Premier League season; only Huddersfield Town (19) had failed to score more often.