Slaven Bilic's future at West Ham remains the topic of widespread debate, and now rumours of a summer switch in the Hammers dugout have been further fuelled after the club's reported target, Roberto Mancini, was made the odds-on favourite for the East London job.
The injury prone 28-year-old has been a dominant presence in West Ham's front line when available, but has only managed 22 games in claret and blue this season, as he has spent large periods of the campaign on the sidelines.
Given that neither Burnley nor West Ham have nothing much to play for, Sunday's game could prove to be a low-key affairs.
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"Take our last game against Liverpool".
This season has been a disaster for West Ham.
However, Bilic was adamant his current squad have enough leaders in the dressing room who have helped with overcoming hard periods this season. He been on the bench as an unused substitute five times in the Premier League this season.
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"He can not play the last game of the season and played in pain for the last few games and we chose to send him for his operation". The last West Ham player to score more than 10 goals in a Premier League season was Bobby Zamora (11) in 2006-07, meaning the club will have gone nine successive seasons without one of their squad scoring more than 10 times in the competition.
They'll hope to end the season on a high with three points at Turf Moor this Sunday.
Burnley returned to the top flight with many fans and pundits expecting them to go straight back down as they did two years ago.
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Adrian has not been the only Hammer to endure a notable drop off in form compared to last season, with West Ham likely bound for a finish in the bottom half of the Premier League.