There we have it. Heroic defending from Burnley at the death.
- Tarkowski puts Burnley ahead on the brink of half-time.
- Brighton apply late pressure but fail to find an equaliser.
After a string of Brighton corners, Chris Wood finally gets one clear. Surely there's just seconds left now.
Leon Balogun heads a free-kick back across goal but James Tarkowski makes a vital intervention.
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Solly March fires wide from the edge of the box.
Was that Brighton's last chance?
Fresh legs up top for Burnley. Jeff Hendrick is on for Ashley Barnes.
Ashley Barnes sees a shot blocked.
And down the other end Jurgen Locadia wastes a fine, fine chance. He heads Glenn Murray's cross over the bar from six yards out.
Brighton are still yet to have a shot on target..
Dale Stephens is on for Pascal Gross.
Brighton's final change.
Solly March beats his man and drives infield but his low, rapsing effort goes wide of Joe Hart's goal.
Lewis Dunk rises highest to meet Solly March's ball in from deep, but he fails to direct his header on goal.
No shots on target for the Seagulls today.
Charlie Taylor does well to get away down the left and stand up a cross for Chris Wood, but the former West Brom man cannot beat Mat Ryan to the ball.
Aaron Lennon replaces Johann Berg Gudmundsson, who limps off.
Brighton have started to dominate possession at Turf Moor but the Clarets' backline are holding firm thus far.
The rain is really coming down at Turf Moor now. Pascal Gross' ball for Solly March skids off the surface and into Joe Hart's arms.Copyright: Reuters
Glenn Murray and Jurgen Locadia have come on for Anthony Knockaert and Florin Andone.
Can Murray find his team a goal?
James Tarkowski almost has another!
His near-post header from Jack Cork's corner drifts just wide of the back post.
Chris Wood wins his side a corner. He drops deep to collect the ball from Jack Cork, turns, and fires a shot off which is deflected behind for a corner.
Ooh close one. Ben Mee's attempted clearance from Davy Propper's cross flies straight into Joe Hart's arms.
That one could have gone anywhere.
Chris Hughton is unbeaten in all six league encounters as a manager against Burnley, winning two and drawing four.
That record could be under threat if his side don't buck up their ideas soon.Copyright: Getty Images