What makes this match a unique one is the impending records that could be made by both these two sides:
1. Everton's Dominic Calvert-Lewin could be the first player to score in Everon's first four matches in consecutive Premier League campaigns. This is even made easier by the fact that he has scored in three consecutive meetings with Burnley.
2. Burnley's Dwight McNeil is set to become the youngest player to reach 100 Premier League appearances for his club (21y 295d).
Burnley have only won two of their last four away league matches against Everton (L2). Should they win this match, they could jump straight out of the dreaded relegation zone to position 12th or 13th depending on the goal difference.
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