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Burnley - Crystal Palace
Premier League - 10 September 2017
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FULL TIME. Burnley hold on to that single-goal advantage, and Palace lose again. Frank de Boer is under huge pressure, leading the only team in England yet to score this season, but the number of chances his team created and couldn't convert does make one think that this isn't entirely his fault. The hosts will revel in their first home win of the campaign, Palace have a long journey home. Thanks for your company this afternoon.
Three minutes to be added on now.
CHANCE. Oh. Oh no. Scott Dann has a brilliant, brilliant chance, and he heads the ball down into the ground, bouncing it wide.
Another good save from Pope, slapping Cabaye's shot away.
Townsend has another go from distance, deflected out for another corner.
Looks like it was Tarkowski with the final hack away.
CHANCE! And that's another great last-ditch stop as Dann hits a great shot and Burnley's men back on the line combine to keep it out.
And for Burnley, Westwood replaces Defour.
McArthur is off, replaced by Riedewald, for Palace.
Great save from Pope, there, spreading himself wide to thwart Benteke once again. That was Palace's best chance of the second half, and the substitute goalkeeper does really well with it.
Palace continue to dominate this.
- Yellow cardChristian BentekeCrystal Palace
A frustrated Christian Benteke opts to shoulder-charge people without looking at the ball, and gets booked.
Good save from Hennessey, low to his right, as Ashley Barnes curls his effort in.
Schlupp is in the D and has so much space, but for some reason he lashes his shot high over the bar.
Good chance there for Lumeka, a diving header, but it's judged to have been deflected wide and that's a corner.
Just over 20 minutes left and the Burnley fans are very aware they're only a goal in front and they've lost control of this game as they try to urge their team on.
- OffChung-Yong LeeCrystal Palace
- OnLevi LumekaCrystal Palace
And a Premier League debut for Lumeka.
Palace are still dominating possession even if they haven't got that final cutting edge yet.
Vokes is off, replaced by Ashley Barnes.
Andros Townsend has another shot from distance.
Burnley get the ball up the other end and it's out for a throw-in.
Christian Benteke gets a free kick given against him and he has no idea why. He and Jason Puncheon have a conversation with the referee about it.
Schlupp is much more present in this second half so far.
The Palace fans are still pretty audible, and their team really do pass the ball pretty well. Just no incision at the moment.
Puncheon has a go from range but the shot is blocked as the sun shines through the rain.
And it's just started to rain again.
Schlupp and McArthur are linking up well in these opening minutes.
Palace are starting brightly again - ball in from Schlupp towards Benteke.
We're up and running in the second half.
Sean Dyche is SPRINTING across the pitch to get to the dugout. It's exceptional.
Half-time. The hosts are one up but Palace are creating chances - they're just not able to finish at the moment.
Decent save from Pope after Townsend finds himself forced to shoot after heading too wide.
Nifty square cross from Gudmundsson, hacked away quickly as the fourth official indicates three additional minutes at the end of the first half.
Nicely swung in there, but the flag is up.
Cabaye gives away a free kick with the slightest of pushes, and Brady prepares to take.
Well, this could be interesting, with a new keeper behind the back four, if Palace can put some pressure on.
A routine claim for Pope, which will settle any nerves he might have. He's still doing his stretches.
Heaton is helped off by the medical team, holding his arm still. It's a Premier League debut for Pope.
Looks like Heaton has dislocated his shoulder. Pope is getting ready to come on and replace him.
Meanwhile, Brady has been booked for his foul on Townsend a couple of minutes ago.
Townsend is racing up the right to launch another Palace counter, which culminates in Heaton claiming the cross and falling awkwardly.
Cabaye takes it himself, and it's straight into the wall. As is the rebound. Not good.
Free kick to Palace just outside the box as Cabaye is fouled. Interesting times.
Benteke's physical presence is causing Burnley some problems.
Ironic cheers from the home fans as they win a free kick as Vokes is shoved over.
Oh. It swings in and then just bounces out of play as everyone watches.
Free kick for Palace, not too far from the halfway line.
Fosu-Mensah clears and it's a throw, to be taken by Ward. The sun has just started shining again.
Joel Ward dives brilliantly to clear the ball away from Robbie Brady as Burnley threaten to double their lead. Corner.
Another good chance for Palace as McArthur nods wide.
This is a bit of a scratchy match so far, and Palace aren't looking terrible, to be fair to them.
And there Scott Dann hauls Mee over in the Burnley box, putting an end to another chance.
Palace are certainly breaking decently, and they keep winning corners, but not much is happening from them.
Poor ball out to the left from Brady who can't find Ward with it.
A quick burst of light overhead as Palace have a corner, and Cabaye is entirely unmarked on the edge of the box.
Another chance for Wood, but he can't keep the ball under control - the weather conditions seem to be playing a bit of a role here.
And a good ball from Ward as Vokes runs in and nudges his way past Dann, but can't get it on target.
Chance there for Benteke, rising above the Burnley defence who are standing off him, and he nods past the far post.
Palace are looking to hit back right away, and Burnley are certainly giving them a lot of space.
- GoalChris WoodBurnley
GOAL! Burnley 1-0 Palace. What on EARTH was that from Lee? Terrible backpass with nowhere near enough weight on it if he was intending to reach Hennessey. It's easy for Wood to run on to and slide past the goalkeeper.
Plenty of singing so far today, one offside flag due to Vokes.
We're under way as the hosts kick us off.
It looks blustery and drizzly at Turf Moor today.
The teams are lining up in the tunnel, ready to head out.
TEAMS: Burnley - Heaton, Lowton, Tarkowski, Mee, Ward, Gudmundsson, Cork, Defour, Brady, Vokes, Wood. Subs - Walters, Arfield, Westwood, Long, Bardsley, Barnes, Pope. /// Crystal Palace - Hennessey, Ward, Dann, Fosu-Mensah, Schlupp, Puncheon, Cabaye, McArthur, Lee, Townsend, Benteke. Subs - Speroni, van Aarnholt, Milivojevic, Kelly, Lumeka, Kaikai, Riedewald.
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