Burnley are back in Premier League action on Monday as they head to Merseyside to take on Rafa Benitez’s Everton.

Sean Dyche’s men were held to a 1-1 draw against Leeds United in their last outing before the international break, with Chris Wood getting on the scoresheet.

The Clarets enter the match in 16th place in the league table after failing to win any of their opening three league fixtures.

Here is everything you need to know about the game.

When and where is the game being played?

The Premier League clash is being played at Goodison Park on Monday night (KO 8pm).

The Clarets are expected to take a strong following, having been allocated 1,830 tickets.

Team news

New signing Maxwel Cornet has a minor knock after returning from international duty with the Ivory Coast, while Connor Roberts is still recovering from a groin problem.

Everton captain Seamus Coleman could feature despite suffering a hamstring injury during the break.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin is expected to start despite pulling out of the England squad, but Fabian Delph is sidelined by a shoulder problem.


Burnley have faced Everton 118 times in their history, with a record of 37 wins, 30 draws and 51 defeats.

The Clarets ran out 2-1 winners when the sides last met at Goodison Park back in March, with Wood and Dwight McNeil on target.

Calvert-Lewin pulled one back for the hosts but Dyche’s men held on to secure a vital three points on Merseyside.

How to follow the action

The game is available to watch live on Sky Sports Premier League (402) for UK viewers. Commentary is also available on Clarets+.