Swansea 1-0 Burnley live score and goal updates from Premier League clash at the Liberty Stadium

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New signings Andre Ayew and Andy King start on the bench for Swansea at home to Burnley.

Renato Sanches (hamstring) remains out, and Angel Rangel (groin) is the latest Swansea player to need surgery after Leroy Fer (Achilles) and Wilfried Bony (knee) suffered season-ending injuries.

James Tarkowski (groin), Tom Heaton (shoulder), Robbie Brady, Steven Defour, Dean Marney, Chris Wood and Jon Walters (all knee), all remain sidelined for Burnley.

Swansea: Fabianski, Naughton, van der Hoorn, Fernandez, Mawson Olsson, Dyer, Ki, Carroll, Clucas, Jordan Ayew.

Subs: Abraham Narsingh, Nordfeldt, Routledge, Andre Ayew, King, Bartley.

Burnley: Pope, Lowton, Long, Mee, Taylor, Gudmundsson, Cork, Hendrick, Lennon, Vokes, Barnes.

Subs: Nkoudou, Westwood, Wells Lindegaard, Ward, Arfield, O’Neill.

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Swansea clinch a 1-0 victory over Burnley at the Liberty Stadium after a game that lacked much quality throughout, but Ki managed to break the deadlock late on to make it three home victories on the bounce in the Premier League for the Swans and move them further away from the relegation places.

FULL-TIME: SWANSEA 1-0 BURNLEY

90+4 minsminute by minute

That’s the full-time whistle! Swansea secure a massive three points here, a win that could be key to their survival this season.

Ki’s goal

Ki opened the scoring here.

It looks like it is going to be the difference in this one.

Carlos Carvajal’s magic touch continues.

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Swansea City v Burnley Premier League Liberty Stadium
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90+3 minsminute by minute

Swansea are doing a good job of running down the clock now, Burnley are struggling to get a touch on the ball and get anywhere near the Swans goal.

90 minsminute by minute

There will be a minimum of four minutes added time played here. Can Swansea hold on for the victory?

90+1 minsminute by minute

Swansea make a late change, with Jordan Ayew being replaced by Andy King.

90+1 minsminute by minute

André Ayew picks up a late yellow card.

89 minsminute by minute

It’s very tense inside the Liberty Stadium now, they know how important this victory could be in their bid to avoid relegation this season. This victory would move them up to 15th in the table and two points clear of the final relegation spot.

90 minsSTATS

Overall Possession Ratio

Possession

87 minsminute by minute

Can Burnley score an equaliser in the dying minutes of the game? At the moment they are struggling to get a touch on the ball as Swansea dominate possession and even look to try and double their lead, which would well and truly wrap up all three points.

85 minsminute by minute

Burnley make their third and final change of the afternoon, with Johann Berg Guðmunds­son heading off to be replaced by Georges-Kevin N’Koudou.

81 minsminute by minute

Carroll and Naughton link up well down the right-wing, the ball gets pulled back to the edge of the penalty area towards Ayew, but Ki is in a better position and he shows that with the finish.

81 minsminute by minute

GOOOAAALLL! SWANSEA LEAD! Ki Sung-yueng with a low strike from the edge of the box, it went through a few legs before landing up in the bottom corner, with Pope rooted to the spot. Naughton drove at the Burnley defence, pulled the ball back looking for Jordan Ayew, but he leaves it to Ki who finishes superbly.

79 minsminute by minute

GREAT CHANCE! Abraham goes close late on and forces Pope into making a superb save to deny the Swansea man. Pope looked to be heading the other way as Abraham gets manages to flick on Carroll’s cross, but the Burnley keeper managed to get a hand to it and then dive on the ball to prevent any chance from the rebound.

81 minsminute by minute

Burnley make their second substitution and it’s an attacking change, with Sam Vokes being replaced by Nahki Wells.

77 minsminute by minute

There is still plenty of time left on the clock for either time to nick a winner here. They are both going for it, throwing players forward in attack, still just lacking that clinical touch when it matters.

74 minsminute by minute

Swansea respond by making a substitution of their own, Nathan Dyer is the man coming off and he has been replaced by Tammy Abraham.

75 minsSTATS

Overall Possession Ratio

Possession

74 minsminute by minute

Burnley make their first change of the afternoon, with Aaron Lennon being replaced by Scott Arfield.

72 minsminute by minute

Swansea manager Carlos Carvalhal only managed one point in two Championship games against Burnley, as Sheffield Wednesday manager in the 2015-16 season.

69 minsminute by minute

If the scoreline remains the same today, Swansea will remain in 17th spot, just outside the relegation zone on goal difference over Stoke City. Meanwhile, Burnley will tighten their grip on seventh position in the league, moving two points ahead of Leicester City.

67 minsminute by minute

CLOSE! Dyer fouls Taylor on the left-hand side touchline, giving Burnley another free-kick and the opportunity to get the ball into the box. Gudmundsson once again puts it into the penalty area, this time Mee gets his head to it and fires it towards goal, but it drifts just over the bar. Burnley are getting closer.

64 minsminute by minute

Head-to-head: Burnley’s last away win at Swansea came in December 1995 at Vetch Field in the third tier, they won 4-2 that day.

62 minsminute by minute

There is much more pace to the game now, with Swansea now starting to take a grip of the game. There’s plenty of effort on display today, but not much quality yet. It may take one player to turn the game on its head.

60 minsSTATS

Overall Possession Ratio

Possession

58 minsminute by minute

Decent effort! Ki Sung-yueng steps up to take the resulting free-kick which was given away by Hendrick. The midfielder tries to bend it into the bottom corner, but there isn’t enough pace on the ball and Pope gets across to make a comfortable save.

59 minsminute by minute

Swansea make the first substitution of the game, as Martin Olsson heads off the pitch and he has been replaced by André Ayew.

57 minsminute by minute

Jeff Hendrick is shown a yellow card for a foul on Jordan Ayew, giving Swansea a free-kick in a very good position around 25 yards out from goal.



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