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Burnley vs Liverpool live: Latest score and updates

Follow the latest from the Premier League meeting at the Turf Moor

Sam Dymond
Saturday 20 August 2016 12:03
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Vokes celebrates opening the scoring at Turf Moor
Vokes celebrates opening the scoring at Turf Moor

After Manchester United sent out a statement in Friday’s night’s 2-0 win over Southampton at Old Trafford, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and Leicester all get the chance to respond on a busy day of Premier League action.

Today’s Premier League fixtures

Stoke vs Manchester City – 12:30

Burnley vs Liverpool – 15:00

Swansea vs Hull – 15:00

Tottenham vs Crystal Palace – 15:00

Watford vs Chelsea – 15:00

West Bromwich Albion vs Everton – 15:00

Leicester City vs Arsenal – 17:30

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More Premier League news

Manchester United 2 Southampton 0 match report

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This weekend’s other Premier League fixtures

Friday

Manchester United 2 Southampton 0

Sunday

Sunderland vs Middlesbrough – 13:30

West Ham vs Bournemouth – 16:00

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28 mins: Stoke are rattled, and Aguero nearly takes advantage with his second in as many minutes. This time, however, Given is equal to the effort and diverts the striker's shot behind with his legs. From the corner, the home defence are again all over the place, allowing David Silva of all players a free header, but the Spaniard's effort crashes into a Stoke player.

Meanwhile, the boos ring out from the stands in the direction of the match official.

Sam Dymond20 August 2016 13:01
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35 mins: GOAL! STOKE 0 MANCHESTER CITY 2:

And now Sergio Aguero does have his second! After Erik Pieters had felled Jesus Navas on the right wing, Kevin De Bruyn swung over a peach of a free-kick, and the striker got up ahead of Glenn Whelan and Philipp Wollscheid - not to mention teammate Aleksandar Kolarov - to flash a glancing header beyond Shay Given. That's five goals in five days for the Manchester City hitman!

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38 mins: Mike Dean is not endearing himself to the home crowd. Having given the visitors a spotkick they have adjudged to have been harsh, he has now waved away Stoke appeals for a penalty of their own. Mark Hughes' team looked to have a good case to as Kolarov tripped Joe Allen just outside the six-yard box. With the ball still live, Stoke frustrations then grew further seconds later as Mame Biram Diouf inexplicably headed wide from point blank range. 

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43 mins: Ironic cheers from the home crowd as an offside flag goes up to stop Pablo Zabaleta in his tracks. Or it may have just been relief that they were celebrating because once again the visitors had cut their hosts to pieces.

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Burnley vs Liverpool

Mark Critchley20 August 2016 14:07
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Swansea City vs Hull City

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