Burnley take on the visitors Southampton in the postponed round 3 match of English Premier League. The match will be played on Thursday, April 21th at Turf Moor (Burnley). Burnley lost their manager this month. Sean Dyche was not just a coach – he worked in one place for 9 years. He twice lifted the Clarets to the Premier League, and even climbed sensationally into European competitions with them. But the main thing that he succeeded in was from year to year to keep the team in the Premier League, which is frankly weak in terms of personnel and finances. It was hoped that this would be the case this time as well. Not everything worked out, but on April 6, we managed to beat our direct competitor, Everton. But in the next round, all achievements were lost: firstly, Burnley managed to lose to the main outsider, Norwich, and secondly, the Everton managed to beat Manchester United and restored the gap. This was the point, Dyche was fired. On April 17th, the team were in the lead for a long time with West Ham after a goal by Weghorst. But Soucek in the 2nd half was able to score 1-1 – the result that did not suit any of the opponents.
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Southampton managed to win in the last round against a nominally very strong and precisely motivated opponent. On Saturday, they managed to beat Arsenal at St. Mary’s. Bednarek managed to score the only goal at the end of the 1st half, and then the Saints managed to defend this handicap. This is all the more unexpected because before this success, Ralph Hasenhüttl’s wards took only 1 point in 5 previous rounds of the Premier League (1-1 with Leeds, who had enough of their own problems), and also flew out of the cup, losing devastatingly at home 1 -4 Manchester City. Southampton were able to win both head-to-head sagainst Burnley last season. The Saints also had a lead in head-to-head this fall, but due to Cornet’s double, the Clarets took a 2-2 draw. Burnley were left without Westwood, Mee and Gudmundsson, and Peters was also in question. Southampton have almost no problems, except that McCarthy may miss the trip to Turf Moor. Bookmakers consider the teams’ chances equal, with Southampton slightly ahead. But it is unlikely that the parties have the strength (and the visitors also won’t have the intention) to play spectacularly.