BURNLEY made it a Premier League award nomination double for the second month in a row with Sean Dyche and Robbie Brady up for November honours.

Dyche is up against Antonio Conte of Chelsea, Man City boss Pep Guardiola, Liverpool's Jurgen Klopp, Manchester United chief Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger of Arsenal for the Premier League manager of the month award.

Brady has been nominated for the player of the month award, although the recognition is bittersweet for the Republic of Ireland international who this week saw his season ended early after rupturing the patellar tendon in his left knee.

He faces competition from City pair Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling, Chelsea's Eden Hazard, United left-back Ashley Young, Arsenal centre back Shkodran Mustafi and Liverpool's Mohamed Salah.

November proved to be another stellar month for the Clarets, who collected nine points from a possible 12 with away wins at Southampton and Bournemouth and a home success over Swansea City.

It is that success which earned Dyche his nomination, while Brady's individual displays saw him nominated alongside some of the league's biggest stars.

The winger scored once and set one up during November, while also creating five chances and competing 74 per cent of his passes.

The awards are partly decided by a public vote and you can cast your vote for manager of the month on the Barclays Facebook page and the player of the month at potm.easports.com.