Burnley visit West Ham in the Premier League on Saturday and the pundits feel the Clarets will be held back by a familiar problem.
Sean Dyche's side have mustered just nine goals in 16 top flight matches, a league low, and have failed to score in five of their last six away matches.
But they have improved of late and did win this fixture last season, while they have won 1-0 in each of their previous three visits to the capital.
Michael Owen and Mark Lawrenson however, are predicting another blank in front of goal for Burnley as they assess the fixture.
Owen, in his Bet Victor Blog, said: "Burnley have welcomed most of their starting XI back from injury in recent weeks, so the Clarets should be near full strength for their trip to West Ham. Despite seeing an upturn in results, they have failed to score in five of their last six away games.
"They take on a West Ham side who have had a decent season, so far. The Hammers have improved at home this campaign after struggling to find their feet in previous seasons since their move from Upton Park.
"Tomas Soucek continues to impress, and I feel if he is on his game, West Ham will have just enough to take the points."
Lawrenson, in his BBC Sport column, said: "As ever, Burnley were extremely competitive against Manchester United on Tuesday and it took a moment of high quality from Paul Pogba to beat them.
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"The Clarets don't change, and they will make things difficult for West Ham on Saturday too but they have been short of goals on the road with just four in eight league games so far this season.
"I don't see them creating much here, either. West Ham have been playing well and they should pick up three points. 2-0."