Sean Dyche's side will progress to the fifth round of the FA Cup this weekend - that's the view of expert pundits Michael Owen and Mark Lawrenson.

Burnley welcome Norwich City to Turf Moor on Saturday looking to reach the fifth round for the first time since 2017 and record a third straight victory after Premier League wins over Leicester City and Manchester United.

Those welcome wins moved the Clarets up to 13th in the table, seven points clear of the drop zone, and they now turn their focus to the cup.

Dyche is likely to make changes to his XI but is still keen to progress against a Norwich side who are currently bottom of the top flight.

And Lawrenson and Owen feel the Clarets have a strong chance of victory.

"Two games for Burnley, two wins - and against Leicester and Man Utd too. It has been a very good week for them," said BBC Sport expert Lawrenson.

"It has been a difficult few weeks for Clarets boss Sean Dyche but I think he might fancy a bit of an FA Cup run now they have climbed out of immediate danger in the league.

"I was at Preston to see Norwich win in the last round, but they seriously changed their team around for that tie, and I cannot believe that Canaries boss Daniel Farke won't do that again. 2-0."

And Owen, in his column for Bet Victor, also thinks the Clarets will book a place in the last 16.

"Burnley bounced back to something like their best form when they beat Leicester at Turf Moor on Sunday and Manchester United on Wednesday," said Owen.

"I feel they will have too much for a Norwich side who also picked up a win at the weekend, beating Bournemouth at Carrow Road.

"Maintaining their elite status this season is the Canaries’ end-of-season objective.

"I felt the Clarets played with more energy and passion in the second half of their win over the Foxes, and at Old Trafford. A repeat is likely to be good enough to see them through to the last 16."