Burnley are now winless in two English Championship games after they were held to a 1-1 draw by home team Preston North End in their latest league meeting at Deepdale on Tuesday night. The Clarets dominated possession for large parts of the game, but were unable to convert it into the creation of clear-cut chances to win the game.

Manchester City legend Vincent Kompany has seen his players dominate games in the Championship this season without end product. The Belgian was appointed as the Burnley manager this summer and he has been tasked with the responsibility of getting the Clarets back to the Premier League alongside his backroom staff including Craig Bellamy. Craig Bellamy also worked with the aforementioned Kompany while he was the Anderlecht manager. Welshman Craig Bellamy spent around one year with Kompany at Anderlecht before he left his assistant manager role. They (Kompany and Bellamy) were teammates at Manchester City.

Burnley were relegatedfrom the English top flight at the end of last season alongside Norwich City &Watford and they are keen to return to the Premier League after a single season in the Championship. However, their quest to return to the Premier League has not been helped by the inability to add end product to their dominant displays in the second tier of English club football as witnessed during the Preston game earlier this week.
English defender Taylor Harwood-Bellis is a regular in the Burnley starting XI under Kompany following his loan move from Manchester City this summer and he scored the opener against Preston in the tenth minute off the assist from Josh Brownhill. The lead lasted for just five minutes thanks to the strike from Preston defender Jordan Storey off the assist from Brad Potts. With the result against Preston, Burnley have now played 1-1 in each of their last two Championship games.