Burnley v Watford live stream, Tuesday 18 January, 7.30pm GMT
Burnley and Watford will contest a relegation six-pointer when they go head-to-head at Turf Moor on Tuesday.
The Clarets were not in action at the weekend after the Premier League granted their request to postpone their game against Leicester. At the time of writing this match looks set to go ahead, but much will depend on whether Burnley have any fresh absentees.
Sean Dyche’s side slipped to last place in the table after Norwich’s victory over Everton and Newcastle’s draw with Watford. Burnley have still only won one match all season, although no team in the division has played as few games as the Clarets, who have up to four games in hand on some of their relegation rivals.
Burnley have experience of being in this position and Dyche will not be panicking just yet. Having said that, Burnley are on course to collect just 26 points this term. That is relegation form and Dyche’s side will need to improve if they are to survive in the top flight.
Watford came from behind to pick up a point against Newcastle on Saturday, with Joao Pedro nodding home a late equaliser. The draw in the northeast ended a six-match winless run and kept the Hornets above the bottom three, but defeat here would see them fall into the drop zone.
Burnley will be without Ashley Barnes through injury, while Maxwel Cornet is away with Ivory Coast for the Africa Cup of Nations. The club has not yet made public the players who contracted Covid-19, but Sean Dyche will probably be without a few more first-teamers on Tuesday.
Watford will be unable to call upon the services of Nicolas Nkoulou, Peter Etebo, Ismaila Sarr and Kwadwo Baah, all of whom are injured. William Troost-Ekong, Imran Louza and Adam Masina are representing their countries in Cameroon.
Kick-off is at 7.30pm GMT on Tuesday 18 January, and UK viewers can watch live on BT Sport 2 . See below for international broadcast options.
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Greg Lea is a freelance football journalist who's filled in wherever FourFourTwo needs him since 2014. He became a Crystal Palace fan after watching a 1-0 loss to Port Vale in 1998, and once got on the scoresheet in a primary school game against Wilfried Zaha's Whitehorse Manor (an own goal in an 8-0 defeat).
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