Burnley striker Chris Woods has not scored for two games in the Premier League and the New Zealand international would be hoping to end that two-game goalless run when his team travel to Sheffield to face bottom team Sheffield United who have already been condemned to the English Championship for next season. Opponents Sheffield United are back in the second tier of English football after just two seasons in the top flight.


New Zealand international Woods has scored 12 goals in 32 games in the Premier League this season ahead of the final game against the Blades at Bramall Lane. In addition, the ex-Leicester City and Leeds United player has three assists in those games. His last goal came earlier this month in the 2-1 home defeat at the hands of Europa League chasers West Ham United.

The New Zealand international gave the Clarets the lead from the penalty spot on 19 minutes before the visitors roared back into the game with two goals from Michail Antonio in the first half. The brace from the West Ham United helped the London club to an important victory in their quest for European football next season as the two teams failed to score in the second half of the game. Antonio levelled proceedings for West Ham United two minutes after the goal from New Zealand international Woods before he notched the winning goal of the match shortly before the half hour mark.

Woods failed to score in the 4-0 thrashing received by Burnley at the hands of visitors Leeds United last week Saturday and he also failed to score in the 3-0 defeat at home to Champions League chasers Liverpool to take his drought to two games.

MatheusKlich, Jack Harrison and substitute Rodrigo Moreno (2) were the goalscorers for Leeds United during the abovementioned game, while Roberto Firmino, Nathaniel Philips and substitute Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain scored for the Reds.