Frank Lampard leads his in-form side to Turf Moor here looking to continue their impressive winning run that stretches to their last 6 games in all competitions.
In midweek, the Blues secured their most significant win of the campaign when they beat Ajax 1-0 at the Johan Cruyff Arena in Amsterdam.
The last time they lost a game was their 2-1 loss at home to Liverpool and their last two wins have proven that they can grind out results from whatever situation they find themselves.
The Blues are currently 4th on the league table and another win here would help them consolidate their position there.
Burnley is also not doing badly for a team of their quality. The Clarets are currently 8th on the league table.
They host this game after losing their last game, but that was their first defeat in their last 5 games.
Sean Dyche’s side has won just one of their last 5 head to head meetings with the Blues but they did put up a fight the last time these sides met as they drew the game 2-2.