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Ings closing in on England cap


Burnley get outclassed by a talented Southampton side in 2-0 loss

Southampton recovered from what looked to be a serious injury to goalkeeper Fraser Forster to defeat Burnley 2-0 and remain in the hunt for a Premier League top-four finish.
Burnley need Danny Ings to get back to scoring again if they have any hope of staying in the Premier League.

Sometimes in football the reason for a result is really quite simple, one team is just much better than the other. That was the case at St Mary's on Saturday as Southampton swept aside a scrappy Burnley side with ease and the result never in doubt after Shane Long put the hosts in front.

Sean Dyche's men matched Southampton for most of the first half but as soon as an unmarked Long opened the scoring it looked like a long road back for Burnley. When skipper Jason Shackell's unlucky own goal doubled...

Burnley and Danny Ings strive for momentum in survival fight

Danny Ings was snubbed by England this week and will hope to hit the goal trail again as Burnley face Southampton.

Momentum is one of the most important factors in football, and teams from the bottom six of the Premier League who can manufacture some in the remaining few games will survive.

Burnley have momentum after pulling off a shock 1-0 win at home to defending champions Manchester City on Saturday, but it was the first time Sean Dyche's side have won in two months.

Dyche's reintroduction of Michael Duff and Sam Vokes into the team paid off handsomely, but a trip to Southampton on Saturday will be a different...

Which teams will be relegated?
Stats not good for Hull, Leicester, QPR

The ESPN FC panel discuss the teams they feel will be relegated come the end of the Premier League season.

The end of the Premier League season splits the league into two distinct groups. Some teams play the highest-stakes football of the year, while others are playing out the string. A week ago I dissected and analysed the seven clubs still in the running for a Champions League place. Now, the bottom of the table goes under the microscope.

Currently, there are only six clubs facing any particular risk of relegation, leaving another seven sides to fight for nothing except slightly larger slices of the...

 By Jamie Smith

Dyche's decision to recall Duff brings rewards against Man City

ESPN FC's Craig Burley gives credit to Burnley for their historic win and doesn't hold anything back against a woeful Man City.

The main criticism of Sean Dyche this season has been that he is too stubborn and sticks to the same team for too long even when it is evidently not working.

He must therefore take a huge share of the credit for a memorable 1-0 win against Manchester City at Turf Moor on Saturday after freshening up his tired side with some new blood.

At 37, Michael Duff is no spring chicken but he has the calm head and experience required for a relegation battle. The former Northern Ireland international lost his...

Man City's Pellegrini is under more pressure after loss to Burnley

ESPN FC's Craig Burley gives credit to Burnley for their historic win and doesn't hold anything back against a woeful Man City.

Some 45 minutes after Burnley had recorded a memorable, magnificent, potentially decisive win over defending Premier League champions Manchester City, the victorious manager was delighted with the post-match inquest.

"What will that do for your title fight?" Burnley's Sean Dyche was asked. "Title fight?" replied the bemused Burnley manager. "Get in there."

It had been a slip of the tongue by the reporter. Burnley's battle is for survival. If the question to Dyche was altogether unexpected, Manuel...

Man City's Prem title hopes flicker and fade again after 1-0 defeat at Burnley

ESPN FC's Craig Burley recaps Arsenal's 3-0 victory over West Ham.

George Boyd's second-half goal was enough for Burnley to defeat Man City 1-0 at Turf Moor and deal a further blow to City's title hopes. Here are three quick observations from Saturday's late Premier League clash.

1. Prem title race is over yet again?

The title race ends again, George Boyd scores again and Burnley can dream of survival again. That was the oddity of this stunning game, beyond the home side's surprising 1-0 win that leaves Sean Dyche's team within a point of survival, and an...