Everton and Burnley both fighting for survival

Burnley’s response to Sean Dyche’s resignation has been one of “togetherness,” according to interim manager Mike Jackson, after the club drew 1-1 with West Ham United in their first encounter without their long-serving boss.

After Wout Weghorst’s first-half opener at the London Stadium on Sunday, Tomas Soucek equalized in the 74th minute to give Burnley a share of the spoils.

Dyche was fired on Friday after nine-and-a-half years in command, and Jackson stated the players’ reaction was positive.

He told Sky Sports, “There’s a closeness about them.” “I believe they are aware that they can improve and improve.

“I think if this time they really come together on that, they have together been for a long time, they know each other. They’ve been really running around each other and have been great.”

Burnley and Everton’s hopes of Premier League survival will be on the line when the two teams face off at Turf Moor