Courtesy of BBC Sport:
Burnley manager Sean Dyche has reported no new injury concerns ahead of Tuesday’s game against Stoke.
Fit-again midfielder Steven Defour is again likely to be a substitute, while Johann Berg Gudmundsson is not ready to return from knee ligament damage.
Stoke forward Peter Crouch is a doubt because of a sore knee but Phil Bardsley is available after suspension.
Xherdan Shaqiri and Geoff Cameron may miss out again because of respective calf and thigh problems.
- Burnley have only beaten Stoke once at Turf Moor in the seven most recent attempts – on Boxing Day 2005. They have scored just once in four subsequent meetings at home (D3, L1).
- Stoke’s only defeat in the last eight meetings came at home in the Premier League in November 2014.
- The Clarets are enduring their longest winless Premier League run of the season – although five of their seven fixtures during that time have been away from home (D3, L4).
- Burnley’s home record of 29 points this season is the joint-sixth best in the division.
- Sean Dyche’s side have won five of their last seven matches at Turf Moor, drawing against Chelsea and losing to Spurs.
- They haven’t lost successive home league games since April 2015, when beaten by Arsenal and Leicester.
- Burnley have 32 points this season – one shy of their best Premier League tally, set in 2014-15.
- All nine of Stoke’s league wins this season have come against teams currently 13th or lower in the table.
- Stoke could fail to score for the fifth successive away game, which would equal a club record in the Premier League.
- The Potters have picked up just four points in eight away games in the Premier League since the start of December (W1, D1, L6).
- They are on course to finish ninth for the fourth successive season.