Watch Live >> Burnley vs Bournemouth Live Stream FA Cup 2021 Online Live Streaming Links Full HD

Watch Live >> Burnley vs Bournemouth Live Stream FA Cup 2021 Online Live Streaming Links Full HD

Brighton had taken maximum points from clashes with Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool before their journey to Burnley, so a point for the Clarets in that fixture is not the worst result on paper by any stretch.

However, Sean Dyche was left scratching his head after his side could only take a share of the spoils despite a dominant second-half showing,

with Johann Berg Gudmundsson finding the back of the net for the first time since August 2019 after Lewis Dunk’s header had broken the deadlock.

Despite failing to win any of their last three matches in the top flight, 17th-placed Burnley are still eight points clear of the bottom three after 22

outings, and fixtures with Crystal Palace, Fulham and West Bromwich Albion in the coming weeks are certainly more welcoming than their first few matches of 2021 were.

As much as the Turf Moor faithful will be desperate to see their side stay up, they would undoubtedly love a cup run, and Burnley’s penalty

-shootout victory over MK Dons in round three preceded a dominant 3-0 victory at Fulham last month, with Jay Rodriguez (2) and Kevin Long notching up the goals in that one.

By reaching the fifth round this season, Burnley have already achieved their best finish in the FA Cup since the 2016-17 campaign – where they were famously knocked out by then non-league side

Lincoln City at this stage – and victory over Bournemouth would see the 1914 FA Cup champions advance to the quarter-finals for the first time since the 2002-03 season.

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The sacking of Tindall did not go down well with sections of the Bournemouth fanbase, but they at least got to witness Woodgate get off to a dream start in the Vitality dugout with a narrow in over Birmingham at the weekend.

Jack Wilshere continued his impressive start to life with the Cherries as he notched up Bournemouth’s second on the day – with Woodgate going on to hail

the midfielder’s “unbelievable talent” after the game – while Arnaut Danjuma and Philip Billing also netted as the Cherries ended a five-game losing run in the Championship

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