Burnley boss Sean Dyche and his Norwich City counterpart Daniel Farke have a shared view on how their Premier League seasons have panned out so far.
Neither side have tasted victory in the top flight with the Clarets having two points from six games and the Canaries yet to get off the mark.
It means the Turf Moor clash on Saturday is a crunch clash with the international break to follow.
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Dyche has spoken of his belief that Burnley's performances will eventually translate into points with the Clarets having played well in large spells of their outings thus far.
And Farke is speaking in similar tones about Norwich's start to the season following promotion last term.
“There’s no replacement for points," said Farke.
"The earlier we can get off the mark the better. You have to win against the teams around you and we should have won against Watford. We want to pick up a point on the road or a surprising win.
“If we perform like this and use our chances better than we can win points. We need a really good training week to focus on the Burnley game and will try our best to win.”
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