• Burnley have won just two of their last 14 league contests against West Ham (D3 L9), losing each of their last three.
  • The Hammers have won each of the last two encounters 1-0, thanks to goals from Mark Noble, though both games were at home.
  • The Clarets only home victory in their last six home contests with West Ham came in the Premier League in February 2010, with David Nugent and Daniel Fox bagging the goals.
  • Burnley have won each of their two final day games in the Premier League, however in both seasons (2009-10, 2014-15) they were already relegated.
  • West Ham have lost the last game of the season in each of their last three Premier League campaigns, with each match coming away from home and the Hammers just scoring once.
  • 33 of Burnley’s 40 Premier League points this season have come at Turf Moor (83%).
  • Should Burnley win this game, their 36 points total at home in the Premier League this season would be the joint-third highest by a newly promoted side at home in a 38-game PL season.
  • Despite playing his last Premier League game on January 2nd, Dimitri Payet will end the season as West Ham’s most creative player in the competition this season (74) as the next best is Manuel Lanzini with 56 chances created for the Hammers.
  • Since Slaven Bilic took over as West Ham manager in the summer of 2015, the Hammers have lost a league-high 41 points from winning positions. They have also dropped the most in 2016-17 alone (22).
  • The injured Michail Antonio is West Ham United’s top Premier League goalscorer this season with nine goals. The last West Ham player to score more than 10 goals in a Premier League season was Bobby Zamora (11) in 2006-07, meaning the club will have gone nine successive seasons without one of their squad scoring more than 10 times in the competition.