First team coach Andrew Crofts may well remember the last time Albion won at home to Burnley.

But few others in the home changing room will.

It more than ten years since the Clarets were last defeated at the Amex.

Since then, they have remained unbeaten in six visits, with two wins and two last-gasp equalisers which felt like wins.

Crofts and Leo Ulloa were on target as Albion won 2-0 at home to Burnley early in 2013-14 to give Oscar Garcia his first home success in charge.

Two seasons prior to that, Burnley won 1-0 at the Amex in a game many will recall for the red cards shown to Romain Vincelot and Ashley Barnes inside ten minutes.

Since 2013, Burnley’s two wins in Falmer have been very convincing affairs, 3-1 and then, on their most recent trip to Sussex, 3-0 during that six-game Albion losing run under Graham Potter.

There have been two 0-0s and score draws in which Jeff Hendrick and Michael Keane scored late levellers.

The last Albion side to win at home to Burnley had Tomasz Kuszczak in goal with Inigo Calderon, Gordon Greer, Matt Upson and Stephen Ward across the back.

Crofts was joined in midfield by Rohan Ince and Kemy Agustein.

David Lopez and Will Buckley had wide roles, either side of Ulloa, with Solly March, Kazenga LuaLua and Jake Forster-Caskey going on subs while Casper Ankergren, Adam El-Abd, Vitalis Maksimenko and Adam Chicksen remained unused.

Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton was sent off for a second yellow card early in the second half having somehow escaped a straight red for a last-man foul in the first.