Jesus steps up vs Burnley to keep Man City’s slim title hopes alive. City travelled to Burnley on Tuesday in what was a must-win tie for the Sky Blues.
by: Chinmay Athreya — Media Referee 3 Dec
Two key positions Burnley must strengthen in January After winning just 1 of the opening 6 games in the Premier League, Sean Dyche’s Burnley were struggling at the wrong end of the points table. They managed to find some form and get past Norwich...
West Brom leapfrog Leeds at the top of the Championship after battling win against Alex Neil’s Preston
by: Richard Jolly — The Telegraph 2 Dec
Preston North End 0 West Bromwich Albion 1
by: non — The Guardian 1 Dec
Clean sheets and winking managers in this week’s roundup of the best top-flight pictures
by: Andrew Greaves @andrewgreaves84 — Lancashire Telegraph 30 Nov
The Clarets slipped to a 2-0 defeat to Crystal Palace at Turf Moor this afternoon. Here's how the players rated.
by: N/A — BBC 30 Nov
Crystal Palace earn their first Premier League win in six games with victory over Burnley in a cagey affair at Turf Moor.
by: N/A — EPL: Crystal Palace Football Club 30 Nov
Wilfried Zaha's second goal in two games got Palace started before Jeffrey Schlupp punished Ben Mee for a fluffed clearance to give Roy Hodgson's side a well-deserved 2-0 win away at Turf Moor.
by: https://www.itsroundanditswhite.co.uk/contributors/jordan-street — It's Round and It's White 30 Nov
Three things in life are certain, death, taxes and Burnley Football Club climbing up the table at this point in the season. Sean Dyche&#39;s Clarets
by: firstname.lastname@example.org (Richard Cusack) — Birmingham Live 30 Nov
West Brom news | The Baggies and the Whites currently lead the way at the top of the Championship table after 18 games of the season as they eye promotion to the Premier League
by: Ben Gray — 101 Great Goals 30 Nov
Burnley vs Crystal Palace live streaming: Watch online, preview & prediction & odds of the Premier League match on Saturday, November 30, 2019.
by: Ian Holloway — Mirror Online 30 Nov
In this week's EFL on Quest column - pundit Ian Holloway praises this season's top two as well as Romaine Sawyers, Kalvin Phillips' England hopes and Preston