BURNLEY saw two penalty appeals waved away in their draw with Brighton as the Clarets wait a Premier League spot kick goes on.

It's 41 league games since Sean Dyche's side were last awarded a penalty but handball appeals against Lewis Dunk and Bruno were turned down on Saturday by referee Roger East.

Match of the Day pundits Jermaine Jenas and Alan Shearer looked at the incidents on Saturday night's show, when the Clarets were inevitably shown last after the goalless draw.

Jenas sided with East over both decisions.

He said: "I've slowed this down, I've looked at it a number of times, that comes flying off the post. It may hit Dunk on his arm, but it's so difficult to see and he's so close to it.

"It's rebounded off the post, I think it hits his arm there and goes out of play but I think it's too close and too quick in real time for that to be called as a penalty."

On the second shout against Bruno, Jenas added: "It's not a penalty. If it hits his other arm that's in the air then that's a penalty. But it's the right decisions from the referee."