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8 November 2014
• Turf Moor, Burnley
Referee: M. Clattenburg
• Attendance: 16998
A. Barnes 50'
It's been a pleasure describing the action from Turf Moor for you today! Until next time, goodbye!
Burnley finally have a victory in this season's Premier League! They have Ashley Barnes to thank after his brilliant second half header gave the Clarets a crucial 1-0 result at Turf Moor.
90' + 4'
Yellow Card Lukas Jutkiewicz
90' + 4'
FULL TIME! BURNLEY HAVE THEIR FIRST VICTORY! Sean Dyche's men claim their first three points of the season in the 11th time of asking, thanks to a 1-0 result over Hull City. Ashley Barnes with the goal for the home side!
90' + 3'
Kightly runs the ball into the corner as he looks to kill time for his side. Quinn loses possession on the left as the home team take possession. Not long for them to hang on now!
90' + 2'
Yellow Card Robbie Brady
90' + 2'
Yellow Card Jake Livermore
90' + 2'
Eight yellow cards in this match now as Brady is booked for a clumsy tackle on Trippier on the right flank. Hull pushing forward in search of an equaliser with the Irishman in possession again.
Yellow Card Danny Ings
Not long left now for Hull to upset the home side and deny them a crucial first Premier League victory. Hernandez takes out Duff as he tries to reach a long ball into the Burnley box. Four minutes added on!
McShane under extreme pressure from Ings in the Hull defence, the centre back almost loses control but he quickly plays it back to Harper in goal. Moments later the goalkeeper is called upon again as he gets down to save a shot from Boyd.
Yellow Card Dean Marney
Nice footwork from Ben Arfa in the Burnley box leads to a delivery from Elmohamady on the right but his cross is cleared. A lot of tension around Turf Moor as the home fans look for their side to hold on to this slender 1-0 lead.
Hull, with a man less, can't find any space in the Burnley half as they head for defeat. Hernandez takes the ball down as he battles with Duff but the referee blows for handball against the striker.
Quinn plays it towards Brady as the Irish pair try to work their way through on the left but Boyd tracks back very well to clear the danger.
Ben Arfa makes his first run at the Burnley defence, he cut in from the right wing but loses his feet and trips over the ball. Quinn has the ball deep in the Hull half.
Burnley closing in on their first victory of the season as they pressure hard on the away side's defence. Heaton plays it out wide to Kightly who launches it forward on top of Ings. The striker is unable to hold off the advances of McShane, losing the ball in the process.
Burnley trying desperately to make the most of their advantage after Bruce's side went down to 10 men. Boyd's whipped delivery from the left is cleared by Livermore as Ings loses possession on the right flank.
Hull are down to 10 men for the remainder of this game as their captain Davies has had to make way after a back injury. Bruce has used all the substitutions available to him as his side fight to get back into this clash.
Yellow Card Abel Hernández
Shackell gets one back on Hernandez as he comes in from behind on the striker. Hull have possession in the Burnley half with Livermore. The striker then has a pop at goal but drags his shot wide.
The away side are effectively a man short as Davies continues to struggle hugely with a bad back injury. The game is heating up with plenty of tough challenges flying in, Hernandez on Shackell this time.
Quinn has looked lively on the left flank since being introduced for Hull, he finds a way through on the left after a slip from Shackell. His delivery this time doesn't beat the first man, poor cross from the Irishman.
Quinn sends a low driven ball into the box from the left but it finds nobody. Davies is back on the pitch and is struggling with an injury, he'll have to continue though as his side defend a counter attack from Burnley on the right.
Appeals for a backpass after Davies gives it back to Harper from a failed clearance. Mark Clattenburg waves away any protests from the Burnley players. The English centre back is down but the away side are out of substitutes.
Brady sends a whipped delivery into the box but Davies clears it. After a short scramble in front of goal, with Barnes using his strength, the home side finally get it cleared.
Harper misjudges his punch from a long ball forward, the goalkeeper almost gifts Boyd with a chance to chip him but the winger sends his effort well over the crossbar. The home side keeping possession well as Barnes holds it up in the Hull half.
Hatem Ben Arfa
The Clarets defend well as Hull push hard with Brady on the left wing. Steve Bruce has already used all of his three permitted substitutes with over 30 minutes still to go!
Yellow Card Michael Duff
Marney slides it in for Ings on the left but his pass is cut out by Davies. Three of Burnley's back four are now on yellow cards after Duff picked up a booking. The home side look nervous as they defend what would be a first win of the season.
Brady bombs down the left wing as his side search for an equaliser. Heaton collects his delivery easily and kicks a long ball forward towards the goalscorer Barnes.
Barnes is the target man again, this time Marney tries to find him from the right flank. A strong performance thus far from the home side, they are pressing high now and keeping the pressure on Hull. Hernandez is picked out by Elmohamady from the right but Heaton saves easily.
Goal Ashley Barnes
GOOOAAALLLLL! Burnley have finally found the breakthrough with a fantastic header from Barnes. He was picked out by Trippier from a right sided delivery. A huge goal for Sean Dyche's men as they search for this illusive first victory!
Burnley will be trying desperately to turn their possession in the first half into goals in this second half. Duff clears as far as Elmohamady on the right but the winger is unable to retain the ball. Trippier has been buzzing up and down the right wing all game and he is again involved winning a throw in.
The second half is underway as the visitors get the game going again!
It's still all level at the break between the two sides here at Turf Moor! Sean Dyche's men have looked the brighter of the two, dominating the possession but unable to find the net yet. A misplaced clearance from defender McShane almost gave Burnley the lead but after a look at the Goal Decision System it was clear that the ball hadn't crossed the line.
45' + 1'
HALF TIME AT TURF MOOR! A goalless first half between Burnley and Hull, the home side have dominated the majority of the game as they search for their first win of the season.
A towering header away from Duff deep in his own half as Burnley fend off an attack from the away side on the left. Brady finally getting forward down the wing in this game. We have only one minute added on!
Huddlestone sticks the ball up high in the Burnley area, McShane had got forward but the pass was too high for the Irishman to reach. Duff sends it long to Ings but the striker is caught offside.
Yellow Card Stephen Ward
Burnley dominating possession in these later stages of the first half. Dyche is in full voice on the touchline urging his players to calm it down when his side have the ball. Hull looking to see out the last few minutes as they win a free kick on the right after Elmohamady is challenged by Ward.
Davies takes out the forward on the right flank immediately after his long range attempt. Boyd cuts in on the left but he does too much and is dispossessed. Chester with the ball deep in the Hull half as we approach half time.
Boyd makes a darting run down the left wing and his cross is cleared by Davies. The home side are keeping possession well but the Clarets will be frustrated not to have taken the lead yet in this game. Ings has an audacious effort from the halfway line but it sails left of Harper's goal.
A really congested Hull penalty area stops Ings and Barnes from unleashing a shot from close range. McShane eventually clears, the ball fell for Diame but his attempted burst into the Burnley area ends with the forward slipping.
Duff launches it high into the Hull defence as McShane headers out for a throw in on the right. Dyche's side are pushing forward on the right again, Trippier the man who is setting the tempo.
Trippier's inswinging corner is cleared by Elmohamady, plenty of long balls being sent into the away side's danger area. No clear-cut chances for either side yet but it's been Burnley who have looked slightly more threatening.
The home side have to defend a dangerously placed set piece from Brady, Diame was the target man but it's cleared for a corner by Duff. First sign of a threat from Hull after nearly half an hour played.
Yellow Card Jason Shackell
Burnley starting to press hard at Hull, Boyd holds it up well and lays off Jones for a shot but it's blocked by McShane. Steve Bruce will be looking for more of a threat from his side as Heaton has been a spectator so far in the home side's goal.
A close range free kick for Burnley after nice close controlled play between Ings and Arfield on the edge of the box. Ings drills his shot right into the towering wall as Hull clear the danger for now.
Diame's shot is deflected but Heaton stops it from going for a corner to the away side. Trippier is finding a lot of space down the right flank, he delivers a lovely ball into the box as McShane clears yet again. Elmohamady now in possession down the left for Hull as they try to push out of defence.
There's a goal-mouth scramble in the Hull City penalty box, Ings had a great chance to put his side ahead as the ball fell kindly for him from close range. McShane's clearance almost crossed the line after the clash of bodies.
Trippier goes all the way back to Heaton in the home side's goal as the stopper launches it forward towards Ings down the centre. McShane has to header away from a Boyd delivery as Burnley begin to pile some pressure on.
A good battle between Shackell and Aluko is developing now in the home side's defence, the defender is getting the better of the striker so far. Boyd wins it back for Burnley in the middle as they break with Trippier on the right flank but McShane is in the way of the long pass forward.
Aluko holds the ball up very well in the Burnley half, he lays it off for Elmohamady on the right but the wingers cross is too hard and Trippier gets it cleared. Davies plays an awful cross-field pass which goes for a throw in near the Hull penalty box.
Livermore cuts out a stray pass in the centre of midfield and finds Brady on the left. McShane is forced to launch it forward from deep with a lack of options close to him. Aluko loses possession in a battle with Duff.
Harper, in the Hull goal, slows down the tempo of the game after what has been a fast-paced start at Turf Moor. The away side's back three are having to pass it amongst themselves with Burnley leaving no space in the midfield areas.
Shackell makes a brilliant block as Aluko went through on goal from the left, Burnley now attack on the left with Boyd. The home side are sending plenty of players forward in these early stages. McShane gets across again to clear the danger before the winger Boyd could find a way in behind the defence.
Yellow Card James Chester
Burnley putting some early pressure on the away defence. Steve Bruce's men having to clear from deep with Chester. Trippier tries to find Ings with a lofted pass forward but Irish defender McShane gets across to cut out the danger. Chester then takes Boyd out as he went through on the left wing.
Huddlestone's long ball forward is cut out but the home defence deal with it quite easily. Livermore's pass through the middle drops for Aluko but the forward scuffs his effort well wide of the left post. A very loose ball from the English midfielder then goes out for a thow in deep in the Hull half.
Both sides need a massive pickup in their season and it's the home side who start the brightest. Danny Ings goes through one-on-one with Steve Harper but his chipped effort goes just wide of the right post. A very early chance for Sean Dyche's men!
Burnley get the game underway! The home side are playing from left-to-right in this first period.
We are only 10 minutes away from kick-off here at Turf Moor!
Burnley's four point return from their first 10 games is worse than Derby's appalling start to the 2006/07 campaign. It is the fifth worst in Premier League history, better only than Swindon 1993/94, Everton 1994/95, Manchester City 1995/96 and Crystal Palace last season.
Burnley are the 10th team who have failed to pick up a win in any of their opening 10 Premier League matches of a single season, only three of the previous nine have survived the drop after such a poor start. Dyche's side will be aiming to overturn that record with a first season victory over Hull today and they have some reason to be confident having won four of the last five meetings.
It's been three games since Hull's last success and they have a particularly poor away record having won just one of their last 10 Premier League matches on the road, with four draws and five defeats. This fixture has always produced close encounters with four of the last five meetings between the sides having ended with a 1-0 scoreline.
Burnley have collected just four points so far this term, but remain only five adrift of safety and a progressive run of results would have them quickly climbing the positions in the table. It could be a timely period for them to be entertaining Hull, with Bruce's men hardly in dazzling form themselves at present. They have recorded just two wins and five draws so far.
Hull subs: Rosenior, Meyler, Jakupovic, Ramirez, Robertson, Quinn, Ben Arfa.
Hull starting line-up (3-4-1-2): Harper; Davies, McShane, Chester; Elmohamady, Brady, Huddlestone, Livermore; Diame; Aluko, Hernandez.
Burnley subs: Gilks, Sordell, Mee, Kightly, Jutkiewicz, Chalobah, Keane.
Burnley starting line-up (4-4-2): Heaton; Ward, Shackell, Duff, Trippier; Boyd, Jones, Marney, Arfield; Ings, Barnes.
TEAM NEWS! Two changes for Hull, Steve Harper and Sone Aluko start in place of Eldin Jakupovic and Hatem Ben Arfa. Michael Dawson and Alex Bruce are out through ankle and hamstring injuries respectively while Nikica Jelavic and Robert Snodgrass will both sit out due to knee problems. Gaston Ramirez is available again after being ineligible to face his parent club Southampton last week.
TEAM NEWS! Burnley are without Steven Reid in their ranks, the experienced defender has missed six weeks with a groin problem. Reid's absence adds to the home side's woes with Matt Taylor and Sam Vokes also in the treatment room, the pair are nursing calf and knee ligament injuries respectively.
Hello and welcome to live coverage of today's Premier League clash between Burnley and Hull City. The home side will be aiming to collect their first win of the season when they host Steve Bruce's men. Sean Dyche's struggling team have already gone 10 games since the start of the domestic campaign without opening their account. I'm Lee Gormley and I'll be taking you through all of the action as the Clarets hope to make it 11th time lucky today at Turf Moor.
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