After Burnley’s promotion to the Premier League last season they have certainly made it clear they are looking to stay in the top flight with a brilliant home form record.
Sean Dyche’s men have the 6th best home record in the league this season as they have 10 wins, 2 draws and 5 losses so far this season, collecting a total of 32 points at home.
Turf Moor has been a very tricky place to go this season with the Clarets taking points of some of a few of the top teams such as Chelsea, Liverpool and Southampton and Everton so far.
Burnley have been very reliant on their home form this season with 32 of their total 39 points coming at home.
However their away record has been the worst in the league only picking up 4 points all season up until the game away to Crystal Palace.
The Clarets won their first away game of the season with a 0-2 win over Place at Selhurst Park in the late kick off on Saturday afternoon.
Ashley Barnes opened the scoring in the 7th minute and Andre Gray finished off the Eagles with a late 85th minute strike past the Palace goalkeeper.
This is a massive 3 points for Burnley and takes them that little bit closer to safety.
However after a first away win of the season they will be hoping that they can kick on from this and take points from this and continue their good home record in their remaining games against West Brom and West Ham.
As well as aiming to go into their next away game against Bournemouth and repeat an away win for the travelling supporters and to ensure safety in the top flight.