Skip to main content Skip to site footer

Kick off 13:30 (UK)

Buy tickets
10 September 2017 Venue Turf Moor Attendance

Kick off 13:30 (UK)

Listen live now

Watch live now

Listen or watch live now

Recent results


Premier League

Advertisement block

Advertisement block

Live commentary of this match has not yet started.

toggle inactive

key moments

Updated at

There are currently no key moments to display.

Advertisement block

Advertisement block

Advertisement block

Advertisement block

Match Previews

Preview: Burnley v Crystal Palace

10 September 2017

Premier League football returns at Turf Moor this weekend with Palace’s visit to the north west to take on Burnley,in a game chosen as one of the live television matches this afternoon.

This season so far The Clarets have won away at Chelsea on the opening day and a draw against Tottenham on their travels this season but their one home game this term has seen them fall to a 1-0 defeat against West Bromwich Albion.   

Palace go into the game looking to open their points tally for the season following two home defeats and a narrow loss at Anfield in their one match away from Selhurst.

Burnley have won six of their eight top-flight encounters against the Eagles whilst the visitors took maximum points in a 3-2 win in January 2015.

The last meeting between the two sides was at Selhurst Park towards the end of last season and Sean Dyche’s side picked up their first away win of the season with a 2-0 victory.

Sean Dyche


This is the first match back in the dugout for Sean Dyche since the closing of the summer transfer window and he was pleased with the business his club was able to carry out. 

“I don’t think it’s ever going to be massive jumps in finance here, or alleged quality – I say alleged because there are no guarantees even if you pay £30m-plus on a player, it’s always going to be about edging forward and building, we’ve done it year after year. I’m measured on results, but the way the club has moved forward has been very good and effective to date.

“We’ve built again, the group is stronger and can take it forward again. We’ve lost two important players, but that has happened almost yearly, and we’ve come through those challenges before well.”

Chung yong-Lee



Midfielder Jeff Hendrick is a doubt for the game as he had to miss both Republic of Ireland matches during the international break with a thigh injury.

Chris Wood could make his first Premier League start since his move from Leeds United and Jon Walters is available for selection.

Crystal Palace

In this match Chung yong-Lee could become the third South Korean player to make 100 Premier League appearances, after Park Ji-Sung and Ki Sung-yueng. 

Frank de Boer is still without Connor Wickham and Wilfried Zaha but it is likely he will have Ruben Loftus, Yohan Cabaye and James Tomkins back available. 

Michael Oliver


Referee: Michael Oliver

Assistants: Simon Bennett, Stuart Burt

Fourth official: Craig Pawson

Michael this season has taken charge of two Premier League games, showing five cards during the 180 minutes.


Tickets will be available on the day of the match from the main ticket office at Turf Moor, next to the main reception. Please note that payment for tickets will be cash only. 

Any tickets that have been paid for and are being left for collection will also be from the same ticket office.

Tickets are priced at: Adults - £30, Seniors (65+) - £20, 18-21 - £20, Under 18s - £15.

Getting to the Ground:-

Details for supporters travelling to Turf Moor by rail or road.

Accessible Facilities:

If any fans require information regarding accessible facilities for visitors, full details are available from the Burnley Football Club Access Guide.

Areas For Visiting Fans 

The cricket club next to the stadium is open for fans of both clubs and inside the away end there is food and drink available on the concourse adjacent to the seating area. 

Further details for your visit is available in the visiting supporters guide. 


If you can’t make it to Turf Moor for the game, there will be live commentary on Palace Player, updates on Twitter, with highlights available on Palace TV from midnight on Sunday. 

Advertisement block

Match Reports

Report: Burnley 1-0 Crystal Palace

10 September 2017

Despite the search for their first Premier League point and goal of the campaign extending, Palace were desperately unlucky not to achieve both on a frustrating afternoon at Burnley.

Chris Wood’s early strike ultimately settled the game in the Clarets’ favour, but Frank de Boer’s team would spend the rest of the match dominating possession, territory and chances but simply couldn’t find a way to force the ball home.

Having carved out 23 opportunities during the encounter, late ones for Christian Benteke and Scott Dann failed to be converted, meaning the Eagles still remain pointless and goalless despite deserving both from this performance.

Things began disastrously for Palace as they fell behind after just two minutes. There seemed to be little danger when Chung-yong Lee received possession in the Clarets half on the left flank but he attempted a risky backpass towards Wayne Hennessey 50 yards away, but it was far too short and seized upon by Wood who curled the ball home from 25 yards out to punish the South Korean on the occasion of his 100th appearance.

Such a huge setback could have sent Eagles heads dropping, but instead they quickly rallied and had two good opportunities to pull level immediately. Firstly, a Jason Puncheon corner found Dann at the back of the box, and a superb touch and turn allowed the centre-back to fire goalwards but Matthew Lowton cleared off the line, and then Benteke was fractions away from steering in a header from an Andros Townsend delivery.

A lively opening continued when Sam Vokes was next to try and get on the scoresheet but after a good cross by Stephen Ward found the striker he sent also sent a header just wide, and the two teams’ battle for aerial supremacy continued when James McArthur met a Yohan Cabaye corner on 21 minutes but couldn’t test Tom Heaton in the home goal.

However, the England international’s afternoon would end prematurely with 10 minutes of the half remaining as he injured his shoulder collecting a Lee cross, with Nick Pope forced to make his Premier League debut in Heaton’s place, and he would make his first stop in the division in stoppage time when he comfortably saved a deflected Townsend effort from outside the box.

Despite trailing at the break, Palace had created the better opportunities and would have felt hard-done-by at half-time, and even more so following the restart as they found themselves camped in the hosts’ half but unable to penetrate a claret and blue wall that sat deep and soaked up the persistent pressure.

Trying to find something different, De Boer handed Levi Lumeka his professional debut just after the hour mark, but chances continued to be squandered with Jeffrey Schlupp hastily blazing over from the edge of the box, but Hennessey would be next to be called into action when he denied last season’s scourge Ashley Barnes from netting in a third successive game between the sides by pushing away his curling shot on 73 minutes, in what would be the home side's second and final shot on target.

That was a rare foray forward for Sean Dyche’s team though and soon the Eagles were back on the attack, and they came so close to equaliser moments later when some intricate build-up play involving Benteke, McArthur and Townsend created a sight of goal for the Belgian, however his sidefooted effort, destined for the bottom corner, was briliantly saved by the boot of Pope.

The siege on the Burnley goal continued and Dann was denied in similar style to the first half when he was again found at the back post from a corner and blasted towards the target, only to see it scrambled away by James Tarkowski, then Townsend saw a left-footed curler deflected wide before Cabaye had a 30-yarder flapped away by Pope.

But with 90 seconds to go, possibly of the best chance of the game went begging for the Eagles. A clipped pass forwards was nodded into space by Benteke for Cabaye to race onto, and the Frenchman stood up a perfect cross to the back post where Dann was waiting to head in the equaliser, but he sent it wide of the mark to sum up a frustrating afternoon in front of goal for De Boer’s men.

Burnley: Heaton, Lowton (Pope 36), Tarkowski, Mee, Ward, Berg Gudmundsson, Cork, Defour (Westwood 82), Brady, Wood, Vokes (Barnes 64). Subs not used: Bardsley, Long, Arfield, Walters.

Palace: Hennessey, Ward, Fosu-Mensah, Dann, Schlupp, McArthur (Riedewald 81), Cabaye, Puncheon, Townsend, Lee (Lumeka 65), Benteke. Subs not used: Speroni, Van Aanholt, Kelly, Milivojevic, Kaikai.

Advertisement block

Ticket News

Tickets: Burnley Away

8 August 2017

Tickets for our second away Premier League match of the 2017/18 season, against Burnley on Sunday 10th September, kick-off 1.30pm, are now on sale in the following selling order:

Phase 2

Tuesday 8th August from 10am

Season Ticket holders & paid Members with 2500+ Loyalty Points

One ticket per client reference

Phase 3

Wednesday 9th August from 10am

Season Ticket holders – No Loyalty Points requirement

One ticket per client reference

Phase 4

Thursday 10th August from 10am

Paid Members – No Loyalty Points requirement

One ticket per client reference

Phase 5

Monday 14th August from 10am

Season Ticket holders & paid Members can book one additional ticket (maximum of two tickets per Client Reference) – No Loyalty Points requirement

All sales phases are subject to availability.

Tickets will be priced at:

Adults - £30

Seniors (65+) - £20

18-21 - £20

Under 18’s - £15

Disabled supporters receive a free Personal Assistant ticket (must be booked in person at the Box Office, or by calling 08712 000 071).

Coach Travel

This will depart Selhurst Park at 6am and is priced at £27 per seat.

Match tickets and coach travel will be available to book or by calling the ticket line on 08712 000 071, or in person at the Box Office.

Loyalty Points can be viewed at any time, by logging into your account selecting “My Account”, then “Loyalty Points”.

Advertisement block

Advertisement block