Burnley v West Ham United: match preview

Tony Pulis recently described Sean Dyche as “one of the league’s top three managers”, and his achievement in securing Burnley’s first consecutive season of top-flight football since the 1970s is certainly impressive. West Ham have had a vastly disappointing season, and Slaven Bilic will be well aware that a loss on the final day will do nothing for his managerial future at the club. Both sides would receive additional financial rewards if they were to win and leapfrog those above them. Freddie PaxtonKick-off Sunday 3pm Continue reading...
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