BURNLEY'S STUNNING WIN AT CHELSEA CAN HELP MAKE OUR SHOCKING AWAY RECORD HISTORY, SAYS BOSS SEAN DYCHE

Burnley's stunning win at Chelsea can help make our shocking away record history, says boss Sean Dyche news
The Clarets have already matched last season's number of victories on their travels — after just 90 minutes

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