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Burnley’s 2017/18 season ended with a very reputable 7th place finish. Now they return to Chelsea’s home for what will be a fiercely contested encounter. Burnley have provided Chelsea with repeated shocks during several of their fixtures and this April match-up may prove to follow in this pattern.
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Over the course of the two club’s rivalry, Burnley have won 38 and, surprisingly, Chelsea have won 35. Despite the overall success Chelsea have felt over the years, Burnley have remained a constant irritant whenever they meet. Between 1983 and 2009 a Chelsea vs Burnley match-up remained dormant. On both these occasions, The Clarets did not disappoint in holding their own against the Premier League goliaths.
Chelsea 0-3 Burnley – 1982/83 Division Two Season
The 1982/83 season was filled with frustration for both Chelsea and Burnley. By the close, Chelsea barely held on whilst Burnley felt the cold shame of relegation. In a season such as this, a late season win was vital.
Despite the poor performance over the year, Burnley held strong against the Blues with a smattering of goals scored by Billy Hamilton and two occasions and one penalty by Terry Donovan. This safely flew Burnley into a victory but was too little too late for the northern side. With a slightly better record of success, Chelsea remained out of the danger zone to take on the next season to a record high to reap the rewards of promotion.
Chelsea 1-1 Burnley – 2009/10 League Cup
A match that put Chelsea, a team who enjoyed a plethora of success during the 2000s, as the odds-on favourite, there were still unanswered questions for Burnley following a 26 year gap in play. With their ongoing success, a victory was a sure thing. Burnley, once again, were able to quash that expectation.
This was a chance for Burnley to show the world that they were not a low-level team of little accomplishment. Although they were outdone in the 28th minute by a strike from Didier Drogba, Ade Akinbiyi was able to return a goal after 69 minutes had passed.
This tense fourth round proved to be tense as it ended in a penalty shootout. It may come as a surprise that the plucky Burnley side claimed a victory 5-4. After an upset to Chelsea’s League Cup dreams, Burnley were able to see off Arsenal before being bested by Spurs. Burnley had proved that they were a team to be reckoned with as they entered the next Premier League season.
Chelsea 1-1 Burnley – 2016/17 Premier League Season
Burnley’s ongoing history of being a thorn in Chelsea’s side has moved through every season and the 2016/17 season head-to-head held the Blues at bay. A positive start for Chelsea thanks to an early strike from Pedro gave the away side a building confidence suggesting an extension of another Chelsea-led season.
Unfortunately, it was Robbie Brady who equalised in the 24th minute as Burnley held the rest of the game to a draw. The second half brought no further goals but saw 5 bookings – three for Burnley and two for Chelsea – showing two sides that are desperate to surpass the other.
The Chelsea vs Burnley match on 20th April 2019 will give the Blues the opportunity to improve their standing against a surprisingly difficult side. Chelsea must ensure they continue their consistent performance and remain unfazed by any side no matter their position in the standings. Fans will be treated to a truly unforgettable day of first-class football.
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