Post-match analysis: A familiar tale for Burnley on their travels

Burnley still await a first away win of the season after going down 1-0 to West Ham United at the London Stadium on Wednesday night. Mark Noble struck on the cusp of half-time to clinch the game for the hosts, tucking home the rebound after seeing his penalty saved by Tom Heaton. Similarly to their previous away game at Stoke City, the Clarets began slowly but improved in the second half, with Scott Arfield and Sam Vokes going agonisingly close to restoring parity. But it is now seven away games without an away win for Burnley, who will rue a wasted opportunity of securing that first three-point haul against the struggling Hammers. Another Jekyll and Hyde performance At half-time, the statistics made for grim reading for the Clarets. West Ham had more than four times as many shots (14 to Burnley’s three) with more on target (5 to none), while the visitors completed just 68...
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