Brought to you by

Key Events

83'
A. Ogbonna
Yellow Card
82'
A. Yarmolenko
J. Bowen
73'
T. Souček
Yellow Card
63'
A. Barnes
Yellow Card
9'
M. Antonio
Goal
1 - 0

Match Stats

Possession
44% 55%
6
3
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 4 2
Total Passes 364 454
More
  • Heatmap
  • Touch Map

Key

UEFA Champions League
UEFA Europa League
Relegation

Commentary

Thanks for tuning into live coverage of West Ham's win over Burnley, goodbye!
That win puts West Ham into 8th in the Premier League, above Chelsea and Aston Villa and just one point off of Tottenham as well. Meanwhile, Burnley remain 17th and three points clear of the relegation zone. The Clarets goal tally for this season remains in single figures on 7, which will be something very concerning for Sean Dyche moving forward.
Antonio's goal is the difference today as West Ham take the three points and move up to 8th in the table. That's their third consecutive clean sheet in all competitions as they eased to victory against a struggling Burnley side who offered little in attack. It should have been more for the hosts but they'll take the win and clean sheet with no issues.
90' + 4' FULL TIME: West Ham 1-0 Burnley
90' + 2' Vydra drives into the box and shakes off Ogbonna but he loses his footing and Dawson clears the ball away. It looks as though West Ham will hold onto their lead and take the three points.
90' There will be four added minutes to play.
88' HAS TO SCORE! Yarmolenko is played through by Rice and he's one-on-one with Pope but Mee somehow gets back and blocks the shot. Antonio was in acres of space to his left with an easy chance to score but the Ukranian goes on his own and wins a corner.
85' CLOSE! Ogbonna makes a mess of his clearance and the ball almost sneaks in at the near post! That was a let off for the defender who could have cost his team a vital three points.
A. Ogbonna
Yellow Card
83' Ogbonna is booked after tripping Vydra on the counter attack. It was very similar to Tarkowski's trip on Antonio which was only deemed to be a warning by the referee.
A. Yarmolenko
J. Bowen
82' Bowen is replaced by Yarmolenko. Bowen has had a great game today, he's looked a real threat on the wing for the Hammers and looks absolutely shattered as he leaves the pitch.
82' Burnley are the only Premier League side not to score in the final 15 minutes of a game this season.
80' OFF THE BAR! McNeil's cross beats Fabianski and comes off the crossbar! That would have been a freak goal to concede as we enter the final 10 minutes.
78' Tarkowski is lucky to get away without a booking after he tripped Antonio on the counter attack. The referee deems it worthy of a warning but no card.
75' The pace of the game has just slowed down as we enter the final 15 minutes. West Ham look happy to sit back and allow Burnley to bring the ball forward to them. Westwood has just wasted a great chance with his pass being overhit for McNeil who was in behind Coufal for a second.
T. Souček
Yellow Card
73' Soucek is booked for a late tackle on Westwood. The Czech midfielder picks up the second booking of the game.
J. Rodriguez
C. Wood
72' Wood is replaced by Rodriguez who hasn't scored in his last 18 appearances for Burnley. Now would be a great time to end that drought.
70' Mee heads wide of the post after a good cross comes in from Westwood. Burnley are running out of time to find an equaliser here with only 20 minutes left to play.
M. Lanzini
S. Benrahma
68' Benrahma is replaced by Lanzini as Moyes makes his first change of the game. It looks like Lanzini will take up the role behind Antonio and provide some fresh legs for pressing high up the pitch.
65' McNeil has looked lively on the left since coming on. His driving run and cross is good but he can't find Wood in the box and Ogbonna clears the danger.
M. Vydra
A. Barnes
63' Barnes is replaced by Vydra as Dyche makes his second change of the match. Burnley needed to make a change in attack as it really wasn't working with Barnes and Wood up front together.
A. Barnes
Yellow Card
63' Barnes picks up the first booking of the match after clattering into Fabianski after the 'keeper took a heavy touch before clearing the ball. 
61' Antonio slices a volleyed effort so poorly it goes out for a throw-in. Not the finest attempt from the striker.
58' Rice whips the free-kick towards the top corner and it just grazes the crossbar and goes behind for a goal-kick.
57' Antonio is tripped after some nice footwork and wins a free-kick just outside the box.
55' Antonio wins a corner on the counter attack. West Ham are pushing for a second goal to kill this game off.
53' Burnley's midfield is being pinned back by Rice and Soucek so well that there is no support for Wood and Barnes. West Ham are doing a great job of winning the second ball and recovering possession of the ball quickly.
51' OFF THE LINE! Antonio heads the ball towards the far post from a Coufal cross, but Mee is there to clear the ball of the line! Burnley are living dangerously here.
48' McNeil does well to track the run of Coufal and recovers the ball for his side.
D. McNeil
J. Guðmunds­son
46' McNeil replaces Gudmundsson at the break. Sean Dyche makes an attacking change to try and hurt West Ham down the wings in the second half and get more crosses into the forwards.
46' We're back underway.
As things stand, West Ham will move up to 8th in the table ahead of Chelsea and Aston Villa. Meanwhile, Burnley will remain in 17th just above the relegation zone.
West Ham lead 1-0 at the break courtesy of Antonio's 91st goal for the club. The Hammers should be two up but Ogbonna somehow couldn't find the net with his close range header. Sean Dyche will be hoping his strikers can get involved in the game a bit more in the second half as Burnley struggled to create any real openings.
45' + 1' HALF TIME: West Ham 1-0 Burnley
45' There will be one minute of added time at the end of the first half.
43' Wood goes down after Dawson catches him with his arm as they challenged for the ball. The VAR check is complete and no action will be taken against the West Ham defender.
42' Burnley have resorted to pumping long balls forward towards Wood and Barnes to beat the West Ham press.
39' Rice and Soucek are dominating the midfield battle today. Their height and calmness on the ball is allowing them to win the ball back easily, break up play and move the Hammers up the pitch quickly.
36' OFF THE POST! Bowen whips the ball in from a corner, Rice gets up and flicks it to the back post and Ogbonna fires a header from close range off the woodwork! 
35' Burnley have the ball in the back of the net but it won't count. Wood is deemed to be offside in the build-up and the official has spared Cresswell's blushes after he flicked the ball into his own net. It remains 1-0 to the hosts.
32' West Ham break on the counter but Soucek's pass is wasteful and the chance goes begging. That was a real chance to double their lead before the break.
30' Each of Michail Antonio's last three Premier League goals have come in the opening 20 minutes of games.
28' Brady's free-kick attempt hits the wall and Lowton tries his luck on the volley but it was always rising over the crossbar.
28' Brownhill wins a free-kick just outside the penalty box in a dangerous position.
27' Burnley are enjoying a good spell of pressure now. Barnes is getting more involved in the play and Brady has delivered a few dangerous crosses that have brought Dawson and Ogbonna into action.
25' Burnley win their first corner of the match. It gives a chance for Mee and Tarkowski to get forward and potentially get an equaliser.
23' Rice collides with Barnes and the referee awards Burnley a free-kick.
20' It looks as though Antonio, Benrahma and Bowen have the license to change positions naturally. This time it's Antonio looking to set free Bowen who finds himself in the striker role but Pope comes out to collect the ball.
18' Ogbonna rises up well but his header is wide of the target. He should have done better with that, it was a free header.
18' Antonio does brilliantly to hold the ball up and plays through Bowen who wins a corner for the home side.
15' The visitors have struggled to get going so far. Wood and Barnes are feeding off scraps and haven't been able to get involved in the play at all. Ogbonna and Dawson are doing a good job of winning their aerial battles against the Burnley strikers.
12' David Moyes will be pleased with his attackers so far. All of them are running their socks off to win the ball back, making runs in behind the Burnley defence and causing all sorts of problems.
M. Antonio
Goal
9' GOALLL! ANTONIO OPENS THE SCORING! A brilliant finish at the far post as he reacted quickly from a flick from Mee and slots the ball into the back of the net. 1-0 West Ham.
7' Gudmundsson has a go from distance but Fabianski deals with it comfortably. West Ham have controlled the possession so far.
4' Antonio is the only senior striker left at West Ham after the departure of Sebastian Haller to Ajax. He's got a big task ahead of him today against a stern Burnley defence, boosted by the return of Mee.
2' Both players are able to continue after receiving treatment.
2' Rice is down after a collision with Brownhill.
1' KICK OFF: Burnley get us underway.
The teams are making their way out onto the pitch.
West Ham lost just two of their first nine Premier League games against Burnley (W6 D1) but have since lost their last three in a row against them without finding the net. 
Sean Dyche names an unchanged side from the 1-0 defeat to Manchester United on Tuesday as they look to get back on track against the Hammers.
David Moyes makes five changes from the FA Cup win against Stockport as Randolph, Johnson, Noble, Lanzini and Yarmolenko make way for Fabianski, Cresswell, Soucek, Bowen and Fornals.
SUBSTITUTES: Will Norris, Phil Bardsley, Kevin Long, Jack Cork, Dwight McNeil, Dale Stephens, Josh Benson, Jay Rodriguez, Matej Vydra.
BURNLEY XI (4-4-2): Nick Pope; Matthew Lowton, James Tarkowski, Ben Mee, Erik Pieters; Johann Gudmundsson, Ashley Westwood, Josh Brownhill, Robert Brady; Ashley Barnes, Chris Wood.
SUBSTITUTES: Darren Randolph, Issa Diop, Ryan Fredericks, Ben Johnson, Manuel Lanzini, Mark Noble, Andriy Yarmolenko, Ademipo Odubeko, Frederik Ibsen.
WEST HAM XI (4-2-3-1): Lukasz Fabianski; Vladimir Coufal, Craig Dawson, Angelo Ogbonna, Aaron Cresswell; Declan Rice, Tomas Soucek; Jarrod Bowen, Said Benrahma, Pablo Fornals; Michail Antonio.
West Ham have failed to score in their last three meetings against Burnley, with their last win against the Clarets dating back to 2018.
Welcome to live coverage of West Ham v Burnley in the Premier League.