Burnley vs Everton Live Streaming : Toffees look for Turf Moor win

Its Burnley v Everton this lunchtime, with latest live stream of the match, betting odds and match preview. (KO 13:30).

Everton travel to Turf Moor lunchtime looking to build on a recent good run of form. The Toffees have lost just of their last 5 games in all competitions.

Last time out in the league they beat Aston Villa 3-0 and they followed up that result with a 0-0 draw with Lille, ensuring back to back clean sheets for the first time this season.

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They face a Burnley side that has yet to win this season and is second bottom of the table on goal difference from QPR.

Four draws and four defeats from their opening 8 games has marked the club out as set for a short stay in the top division, however despite their slow start, Everton manager Roberto Martinez insists his side will not underestimate the league newcomers.

watch burnley v everton live streamingMartinez said: “It’s a huge challenge because I saw Burnley play a lot during last season and they are a really strong unit.

“I think they play as a team, they know each other really well, they’ve got really good energy.

“I think the start they had in the Premier League has already given them very good experiences and I know it’s going to be really tough to face them on Sunday.

“It’s difficult to describe the job that manager Sean Dyche has done. Going into a team that had no expectations to get promoted and all of a sudden they played a very dynamic and exciting brand of football that gave them promotion.

“They’ve been able to play eye to eye against any team that they’ve faced already. They got a good draw against Manchester United at home and Sunderland.

“You’re going to get defeats in this league but they never stop competing. They got a really important point against Leicester showing that mentality and togetherness.

“We know we’ll have to be at our best and we don’t underestimate how difficult it’s going to be.”

Martinez will be without four players for the game with John Stones, Kevin Mirallas and Bryan Oviedo all joining long term absentee Arouna Kone on the sidelines.

Burnley for their part will be without Sam Vokes and Matt Taylor as they looking to move level with third from bottom Newcastle.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.