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Dyche deserves criticism for poor tactics as Palace stun Burnley

Jason Puncheon was among the scorers as Crystal Palace came from 2-0 down to beat Burnley 3-2 at Turf Moor.

Losing from 2-0 up once in a week might be judged careless, but to do it two games running suggests a bigger problem for Sean Dyche's Burnley.

His side raced to a 2-0 lead against Crystal Palace at Turf Moor (just like they did away at Tottenham in the FA Cup before losing 4-2), but then they immediately lost control of the match, and Alan Pardew's revitalised men fully deserved their late winner.

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Dyche was left helpless after Pardew's tactical change at 2-0 from a straightforward 4-4-2 to 4-5-1...

Cup exit no real drama for Burnley but Jason Shackell absence is

The ESPN FC crew discuss Tottenham's come-from-behind win against Burnley and how far the Spurs can progress in the FA Cup.

Jason Shackell was unavailable for Burnley's 4-2 FA Cup defeat at Spurs on Wednesday night, and his side badly missed their virtually ever-present captain and defensive lynchpin.

A calf injury kept Shackell out of both the original tie at Turf Moor and the replay and the absence indicated his importance to the team as the Clarets slipped from 2-0 up to 4-2 down.

Shackell has been one of manager Sean Dyche's most trusted players in his time at the club and the defender has started every one of his...

 By Kevin Palmer

Tottenham's second string steps up after Burnley threaten an FA Cup upset

The ESPN FC crew discuss Tottenham's come-from-behind win against Burnley and discuss how far the Spurs can progress in the FA Cup.

LONDON -- Three thoughts on Tottenham's 4-2 win vs. Burnley in the FA Cup third-round replay:

1. Spurs' seconds come through

The sparse crowd made for a muted White Hart Lane atmosphere at the start of this replay and appeared to contribute to Tottenham's sluggish start against a Burnley side that did not need a second invitation to seize the initiative with two early goals.

Jan Vertonghen's worryingly uncertain display at the heart of the home defence contributed to the visitors' opener through...

 By Jamie Smith

Return of Sam Vokes gives Burnley new dimension, added depth

Leicester City will have to wait a little longer to discover who they will face in the FA Cup fourth round after potential opponents Burnley and Tottenham Hotspur played out a 1-1 draw.

Wednesday night's FA Cup replay at Spurs could see Sam Vokes make his first start for Burnley in nine months. His comeback is an extremely welcome one.

It has been a long road back to full fitness for Vokes after he ruptured his ACL in March and he has slowly been reintroduced to the squad by manager Sean Dyche in the past few weeks.

Vokes' return is the cliched "like a new signing" for the Clarets, especially as it is unlikely the club will sign another striker during the January transfer window....

Win over QPR was Burnley's most complete of the season

Burnley manager Sean Dyche gave both sides credit after the Clarets beat QPR 2-1 at Turf Moor.

A 2-1 win over a fellow bottom six rival may look tight on paper, but in reality Burnley's victory against QPR was comprehensive -- the gulf in class between the sides was more than one goal.

Sean Dyche's side were much better than their opponents and had a third goal wrongly disallowed for a foul on QPR goalkeeper Rob Green by Ashley Barnes, while multiple opportunities to extend the lead on the break were squandered in the final minutes.

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The Clarets were visibly confident after a run of comebacks...

Michael Keane's signing from Man United a huge coup for Burnley

Burnley have made their first move of the January transfer window with a deal for Manchester United's Michael Keane.

Michael Keane has signed a three-and-a-half-year contract at Burnley and the transfer of the Manchester United defender is a major show of intent by the club.

The 21-year-old has been getting better every week since getting his chance in the team after an injury to Michael Duff freed up a place in the Clarets' back line. While Keane looked understandably nervous and shaky at first, he has grown in confidence by the game and he now looks a star in the making.

It is a little surprising United were...