Burnley will look to end a four-game losing run when they host Leicester City on Sunday.

Below we take a look at what to expect…

Foxes’ potent attack

Burnley have a difficult task on their hands this Sunday as the third-highest scorers in the Premier League, and second-highest away from home, visit Turf Moor. With 47 goals this season, Leicester City possess an array of attacking talent that can be used in a variety of combinations, including the league’s top goal scorer Jamie Vardy. Some 33 of their 47 goals have been scored by players operating in the attacking third, so the Clarets will need to be switched on from the first whistle until the last.

Cards expected?

Burnley and Leicester have been more disciplined than most this season. Neither team has had a player dismissed and in terms of yellow cards, the Clarets have received 40 and the Foxes the joint-league lowest of 22. However, the referee this weekend is Anthony Taylor, who has given out 76 yellows and three reds in 18 Premier League matches. He took charge of the fixture at the King Power back in September 2016, where only one yellow card was shown.

Burnley need to find goals from somewhere

With second-top scorer Ashley Barnes having had surgery on a hernia problem, this begs the question: where are the goals going to come from? Chris Wood tops the list with eight, but with Barnes out of the side, the next highest scorer for Burnley is Jay Rodriguez with three league goals. The Clarets have managed 24 goals all season and are 18th in both shots and shots on target. Improvements are needed if Burnley want to be clear of any relegation trouble towards the end of the season.

Both sides looking for a response

Both clubs lost last time out and will be looking to put themselves in the best position to finish the campaign strong, albeit at different ends of the table. The Foxes have had a recent dip in form, losing three of their last five games and will be hopeful of a return to winning ways. With only one win in their last five, the Clarets will be looking to take all three points on Sunday, particularly with Manchester United and Arsenal on the horizon.