C Wood (85)
M Antonio (19),A Carroll ( 27)
Burnley vs West Ham
3:00pm Saturday 14th October
WATCH: MATCH HIGHLIGHTS
BURNLEY 1-1 WEST HAM
It ends 1-1 at Turf Moor with Chris Wood's 85th-minute header cancelling out Michail Antonio's opener with Andy Carroll's sending-off in between making this a better point for the visitors. But they had nine minutes to hold onto all three points before Wood's well-placed header.
90+3: It looks like being a battling point for West Ham, which will be a source of frustration for Sean Dyche after the run his side has been on.
90: How is that a corner? The ball clearly hits Wood last and Zabaleta is furious. Ah... but a quick discussion with assistant Eddy Smart and Attwell gets the decision right in the end. We're now into four minutes of stoppage time.
89: Burnley are coming on really strong now as Lowton wins a corner. But they play it short, with Brady's left-foot effort dragged into the grateful arms of Hart.
87: SUB! Bilic opts to bring on Arthur Masuaku for these final few minutes. He replaces Lanzini.
86: BOOKED! Wood and Reid were booked for a bit of pushing and shoving inside the mouth of the goal after the equaliser.
GOAL!! BURNLEY 1-1 WEST HAM (Wood, 85)
It's textbook Chris Wood as the big target man meets a delicious ball from Gudmundsson to head the ball into the bottom corner leaving Hart with no chance. Game on!
BURNLEY 0-1 WEST HAM
84: Another test for Hart he passes as he punches the ball clear under pressure from Wood. Can Burnley find an equaliser in the final five minutes?
83: Brady produces a wand of a ball from the left, as it bends away from Hart. Fonte clears, but behind him, Hart clatters into Barnes. He's nowhere near the ball and he completely took Barnes out!
82: Slaven Bilic will be delighted with how his side have reduced Burnley to very few chances despite playing against 10 men since the 29th minute of the first half. They've created one or two chances of their own too.
81: SUB! Stephen Ward is replaced by Ashley Barnes. That should push Brady to left-back, with Barnes giving the hosts a more physical presence for the final nine minutes plus stoppage time.
80: BOOKED! Obiang goes into the book for a foul on Defour. He can have no complaints, he was very late.
79: Burnley are going more direct inside the last quarter of an hour. But Reid and Fonte have been resolute so far.
77: OFFSIDE! Defour is becoming increasingly influential, as he drifts the ball in from the right, onto the head of Wood who flicks the ball onto Tarkowski, but he's a yard offside before he clatters into Hart.
75: Sakho is straight into the action to win a corner for his side, which is taken by Lanzini, but Burnley are all back to clear.
74: Javier Hernandez is going off, again. He's not best pleased, but Bilic shouldn't be criticised this time. It's a sensible one, as Diafra Sakho - the match winner against Swansea - comes on in his place.
73: West Ham clear their lines before Kouyate gets his effort to hack a long ball back into the area clear, with the ball gratefully collected by Hart. No intentional back-pass there!
72: Brady and Defour stand over it. Attwell tells Fonte you can't throw people out of the way. Defour shoots, but it's off the wall, and Cork then wins a corner off Lanzini.
71: West Ham aren't happy but Jack Cork has won a free-kick after Antonio left his leg out. This is an excellent position for Robbie Brady, dead centre.
70: Wood drops a little deep to collect the ball, with the striker laying the ball out wide to Defour. The Belgian whips the ball into the box onto the head of Vokes, but it's not troubling Hart.
65: Antonio, who has now scored all of his last six Premier League goals away from home, cuts inside and gets plenty of power on his shot, but it is gathered by Pope. Perhaps a ball that was on for Lanzini was the better option there.
63: OFF THE POST! Gudmundsson cuts inside Cresswell and shoots from 25 yards, but his effort smacks the post and is gathered by Hart. He knows he's fortunate the ball didn't hit his back and go in. The ball bounces back into his arms. Burnley are desperately unlucky to still find themselves behind!
61: This is another terrific ball into the box from Brady, around the corner to Wood who fires it across from the byline, but Vokes isn't on his toes. Burnley are building a head of steam.
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60: Javier Hernandez is fouled but he's asking for a yellow card for Ben Mee. No need for that. Home fans show their frustration with the Mexico forward.
58: Matt Lowton simply has to get the ball on this. Defour swings the ball in, and it goes all the way through to the former Aston Villa full-back who dives in a vain attempt to meet it, but from two yards out, he just leaves his leap a second too late, and ball goes out for a goal-kick!
57: SAVE! It's beautiful football from West Ham, all one-touch football, as Obiang starts by back-heeling the ball into Hernandez, who plays a one-two with Lanzini before the ball is worked to Antonio on the overlap, but he appears to hit the ball twice as his effort is tipped around the post by Pope! What a goal that would've been...
56: The West Ham wall does its job, but the ball loops up into the area and eventually goes out for a goal-kick.
55: Bilic will be fuming with Fonte, who gives away a cheap free-kick for a foul on Sam Vokes. It's about 30 yards out with Brady standing over it.
54: Gudmundsson wins a corner off Zabaleta. West Ham are a lot more vulnerable in these situations since Andy Carroll went off, but Cresswell clears the danger.
52: Nice interlinking from West Ham as Lanazini feeds Obiang, who tries a curler from the edge of the box but it's meat and drink for Pope.
50: OFFSIDE! Wood has a shot that is blocked by Fonte and the ball is then fed through to Sam Vokes, who goes down under a challenge from Reid, but the referee has already seen the linesman's flag for offside.
47: CHANCE! West Ham have made a positive start to the second half as Pope's poor clearance is pounced upon, and Manuel Lanzini's fierce cross is inches away from the outstretched Antonio.
WE'RE BACK UNDER WAY
46: Arfield and Hendrick make way for Sam Vokes and Johann Gudmundsson.
West Ham have also made a change with Pedro Obiang coming on for Arnautovic.
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It was a cagey first-half at times, but the only goal of the game so far came from Michail Antonio. A long punt from Joe Hart found the former Nottingham Forest man, and he rounded Pope to score.
But the visitors will have to play the second-half with 10 men after Andy Carroll received the third red card of his career for two very similar bookable offences as the striker connected with the point of his arm in challenges with James Tarkowski and Ben Mee - all in the space of one minute and 40 seconds.
45+1: Hernandez lays the ball off to Lanzini, he shoots from distance and it takes a deflection off Tarkowski, but Pope gathers the ball with ease.
45: SHOT! That's a good chance on the stroke of half-time, as Hart gets a good punch on Ward's cross but it falls to Defour on the edge of the box and he slams the ball over the bar!
We're into two added minutes at the end of this half.
44: Joe Hart will take his time with this goal-kick, after Hendrick's lofted pass goes harmlessly off the pitch. We should see a fascinating second-half based on what we've seen in these opening 44 minutes.
42: It's all about organisation now for Slaven Bilic, who is out there on the touchline barking instructions at his players, who have a few minutes to hold out before the interval, when they can regroup. They've dropped into a back six.
40: BOOKED! Steven Defour goes into the book for a foul on Cresswell, who was caught just as he was trying to clear his lines.
38: Arfield produces a lovely flick around the corner, and a slip from Jose Fonte almost allows him to get onto his own touch before the Portugal defender recovers to hack the ball clear. Hendrick then tries his luck from distance, but his shot sails harmlessly over the bar.
David Moyes, who has been linked with the vacant Scotland job, strokes him chin watching on in the stands. Last five minutes or so of a first-half that has not seen too many clear-cut openings but with West Ham protecting a 1-0 lead.
37: Not a great deal has changed in terms of West Ham's shape since Carroll's dismissal with Chicharito ploughing a lone furrow now up front.
36: Hendrick tries to take the game by the scruff of its neck for Burnley, playing a block one-two with Brady, but he is adjudged to have fouled Reid. West Ham just want to take the sting out of the game at present.
34: Javier Hernandez has gone down after a rash challenge from Ben Mee. There's definitely a current here at the moment as the Burnley fans let their feelings known to the match official.
32: PENALTY APPEAL! Brady threads the ball through to Chris Wood, and Hart is out in a flash, but he catches the striker. He pulls his hand away, but Wood gets to the ball first. It's a definite penalty, but Attwell sees it as just a corner.
Hart got plenty of contact with Wood's ankle. He was fortunate the other day in similar circumstances for England!
31: There was one minute and 39 seconds between the two yellow cards. There was no intent in the first challenge, but he's just been booked. Carroll wins some of the ball with the duel with Mee, but he certainly catches the defender as well. It's the third sending-off of his career.
27: RED CARD! Within minutes, Andy Carroll is off. Second yellow card. Sheer stupidity. This is more of a booking than the first one, as he tries to win the ball in a challenge with Bee Mee this time, and he again catches the defender. Attwell brandishes another yellow, then a red.
26: BOOKED! Andy Carroll is judged to have used his elbow on James Tarwkowski. He certainly catches him, but he's looking at the ball. What else can he do? But Attwell shows him a yellow card.
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