BURNLEY continue their Europa League campaign tonight with a third qualifying round first leg tie against Istanbul Basaksehir in Turkey.

The Clarets received an allocation of just under 900 tickets for the clash in the Fatih Terim Stadium, which has a capacity of around 17,300.

But for those back home watching Burnley's first overseas adventure, having seen off Aberdeen in the second qualifying round, could yet prove problematic, with no UK broadcaster picking up the rights to screen the game.

The first leg with Aberdeen at Pittodrie wasn't shown on TV but Burnley managed to secure a live feed back to the fanzone at Turf Moor and had been hoping to secure a similar arrangement for tonight's fixture.

But despite a week of discussions with officials at the Turkish about being able to beam the game back to Turf Moor, there has been no resolution and the game won't be screened.

A club spokesman said: "Burnley Football Club regrets to announce that tonight’s Europa League qualifier in Istanbul will not be shown on the big screen at Turf Moor.

"The club has, for almost a week, made every conceivable effort to obtain a feed of the game for supporters to enjoy in the fanzone.

"However, circumstances beyond our control means this has not been possible on this occasion.

"The club apologises for any inconvenience caused to supporters."

If the game isn't available to watch live then you can still follow all the action with the Lancashire Telegraph's live blog, with minute-by-minute updates from the Fatih Terim Stadium.