Premier League: Burnley v Newcastle

MON 26 Nov 2018Premier LeagueBurnley20:00NewcastleVenue: Turf Moor, England26/11/2018BBC Radio 5 liveLiveRelated Video and AudioComing upPlay audio Burnley v Newcastle United from BBC Radio 5 liveBurnley v Newcastle UnitedGot a TV Licence?You need one to watch live TV on any channel or device, and BBC programmes on iPlayer. It’s the law.Find out moreSummaryBoth teams one point above bottom threeBurnley’s Tarkowski (hernia) expected to miss outDummett misses out after calf injury on Wales dutyLive ReportingBy Jonathan JurejkoAll times stated are UKGet involvedSend a text to 81111 (charged at your standard message rate)Twitter: Use the hashtag #bbcfootballFacebook: BBC SportPosted at 19:3819:38Post updateBurnley v Newcastle (20:00 GMT)Burnley aren’t getting their money’s worth out of Chris Wood and Matej Vydra are they?£26m and two Premier League goals between them…Post updateBurnley v Newcastle (20:00 GMT)Ian WrightFormer Arsenal & England striker on BBC Radio 5 liveBurnley have had injuries to key players. Last season they won 1-0 on 12 occasions, so it’s not like they’re a team who can score and score and score. They are a team that wear other sides down but they are struggling to get the goals.Posted at 19:3319:33Burnley ‘showing signs’ of best formBurnley v Newcastle (20:00 GMT)Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesIt’s been a miserable couple of months for Burnley, having not won a match since the end of September.But, after three straight defeats where they conceded 13 goals, Sean Dyche’s side shored things up with a goalless draw at Leicester before the international break.”I thought the structure of the side was better. I thought it
looked more like what we look like on a consistent level of performance,” he says. “There’s
still more to come.”We know that still needs
adjusting but, for the last number of weeks, we are showing signs of getting
back to where we want to be. “We know we still need to do more on the offensive
side.”Posted at 19:3019:30John Bathgate: Saints fan – did Bob Geldof do “I don’t like Saturdays, Sundays or Mondays”?What hit song sums up your side’s current form? Pick your playlist and use #bbcfootball to tell us what you’ve chosen…Posted at 19:2819:28Safety first?Burnley v Newcastle (20:00 GMT)Ian DennisRadio 5 live senior football reporter at Turf MoorI doubt Rafa Benitez is a fan of the Boomtown Rats but he and Newcastle United fans have every reason to say ‘I don’t like Mondays’.Their last 12 Premier League Monday games have all been away, and only a victory at Stoke has stopped a dirty dozen of defeats.Newcastle were buoyed by back-to-back wins before the international hiatus, while Sean Dyche’s Burnley earned an encouraging point at Leicester.I was at the King Power Stadium that emotional afternoon and Burnley were back to their resolute best, particularly in the second half.Do not be surprised if it’s a safety-first message from both camps as they aim to haul themselves away from trouble. I believe both will survive but the nature of their slow starts means it might take time.Posted at 19:2619:26No Monday blues for RafaBurnley v Newcastle (20:00 GMT)Getty ImagesCopyright: Getty ImagesRafa Benitez doesn’t get bogged down with bad omens. Which is just as well seeing as Newcastle have not won any of their past 10 games on a Monday night…“We will score in this one and we will win, and that’s it. We will change the stats,” Benitez said.“Maybe in the past they were difficult teams to play against. We will do well.“I don’t worry about it. I’ve told you – you change the manager, you change the players, you change the environment, you change the league, you change everything. The record is fine, but it doesn’t matter.”Get involvedBurnley v Newcastle (20:00 GMT)What hit song sums up your side’s current form? Pick your playlist and use #bbcfootball to tell us what you’ve chosen…DeathApeDisco: Talking Heads – Road To Nowhere. Manager rhymes with Boreinho.’Owners will start to get a bit jittery’Burnley v Newcastle (20:00 GMT)Danny MillsFormer England defender on BBC Radio 5 liveIt’s very congested down at the bottom.If Fulham can sort out their defence they will be OK because they score goals. Newcastle and Bunrley have struggled to score, as have Huddersfield and Southampton. For all those teams, they have to come up with something. Fulham have positivity because they’ve made a change but all the other teams down there – what can they change? That is why owners will start to get a bit jittery.Posted at 19:1919:19What’s at stake tonight?Burnley v Newcastle (20:00 GMT)The bottom end of the Premier League is more congested than a rush-hour Northern Rail train. Four points split the bottom seven teams, with both Burnley and Newcastle looking to give themselves breathing space with a win tonight.BBCCopyright: BBCPosted at 19:1719:17What hit song sums up your side’s current form? Pick your playlist and use #bbcfootball to tell us what you’ve chosen…Dale Husband: As a Burnley fan… Trash by Suede..Posted at 19:1519:15Listen up…Burnley v Newcastle (20:00 GMT)BBC Radio 5 liveAs ever, our colleagues at 5 live will be filling the airwaves with expert commentary and analysis from Turf Moor.Former England defender Danny Mills is sat on the gantry alongside senior football reporter Ian Dennis.A throwback to the turn of the millennium for Leeds United fans there…Posted at 19:1419:14Newcastle team newsBurnley v Newcastle (20:00 GMT)Newcastle UnitedRafael Benitez is also forced to a single change for Newcastle.Wales left-back Paul Dummett was injured on international duty, meaning Ciaran Clark – a centre-back by trade – fills in. Clark also takes the captain’s armband in Jamaal Lascelles’ absence.#bbcfootballCopyright: #bbcfootballPosted at 19:1219:12Burnley team newsBurnley v Newcastle (20:00 GMT)BurnleyBurnley make one change from the goalless draw at Leicester before the international break.Republic of Ireland winger Robbie Brady makes only his second start of the season for the Clarets.Johann Berg Gudmundsson, who was replaced by Brady at the King Power Stadium, is sidelined.Centre-back Ben Gibson is on the bench for the first time since August after recovering from a couple of hernia surgeries.#bbcfootballCopyright: #bbcfootballPosted at 19:0919:09Post updateBurnley v Newcastle (20:00 GMT)David Ginola is watching the game tonight for Sky Sports. How much would Newcastle have to pay for the Gallic genius now? If Yoshinori Muto cost £10m….Andrew Neill: I think you’ll find ABBA’s song ‘Mobey Money Money’ is the song ringing round #nufc fans’ heads these days. Ah the things we could do, if we spent a bit of money….Posted at 19:0119:01Breaking team newsBurnley v Newcastle (20:00 GMT)The inked handwriting of Sean Dyche and Rafa Benitez is on the official teamsheets and still fresh.Robbie Brady makes a rare start for Burnley in Johann Berg Gudmundsson’s absence, while Steven Defour is fit and starts.Newcastle are without skipper Jamaal Lascelles, with Jonjo Shelvey only fit enough for the bench…Full team news on its way.Posted at 18:5918:59Post updateBurnley v Newcastle (20:00 GMT)If ‘I Don’t Like Mondays’ is rattling around in the heads of Newcastle fans (I’m sure it isn’t but stick with this…), then what hit song sums up your side’s current form?For example, Manchester United fans might pick ‘Heaven Knows I’m Miserable Now’ after watching another dour game at Old Trafford…Pick your playlist and use #bbcfootball to tell us what you’ve chosen…Posted at 18:5518:55Early team newsBurnley v Newcastle (20:00 GMT)Burnley are likely to be without James Tarkowski, who had hernia surgery during the international break.Fears that Steven Defour had re-injured his knee have proved unfounded, while Johann Berg Gudmundsson has recovered from a calf injury.Newcastle left-back Paul Dummett misses out after sustaining a calf problem playing for Wales.Jamaal Lascelles (shoulder), Jonjo Shelvey and Yoshinori Muto (both calf) will face fitness tests.Posted at 18:5418:54Post updateBurnley v Newcastle (20:00 GMT)The team news will be arriving shortly from Turf Moor but before it drops here’s what we already know…Line-upsBurnley20Hart2Lowton28Long6Mee3Taylor25Lennon4Cork16Defour12Brady9Vokes11WoodSubstitutes1Heaton10Barnes13Hendrick14Gibson18Westwood26Bardsley27VydraNewcastle12Dubravka22Yedlin5Schär18Fernandez2Clark11Ritchie10Diamé4Ki Sung-yueng15Kenedy17Pérez9RondónSubstitutes7Murphy8Shelvey14Hayden19Manquillo21Joselu30Atsu41WoodmanScoresFilter by section. 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