Everything you need to know about the Premier League fixture at Turf Moor
West Ham need to end the season on a high.
Last weekend they were humiliated at home by Liverpool, losing 4-0 at London Stadium, and they appear destined to finish in the bottom half of the table, barring a miraculous thumping of Burnley this weekend.
However, the Irons can still send their fans home happy if they manage to beat the Clarets at Turf Moor.
WEST HAM INJURIES
Winston Reid and Mark Noble are both likely to miss the final game of the season with knee and hernia injuries, respectively.
Andy Carroll is unlikely to feature, while Cheikhou Kouyate is out.
Elsewhere, Arthur Masuaku is a doubt with a foot injury, while Pedro Obiang, Angelo Ogbonna, Diafra Sakho and Gokhan Tore are all definitely ruled out.
WEST HAM SUSPENSIONS
West Ham have no suspensions for the game against Burnley.
POTENTIAL WEST HAM LINE-UP
Injuries mean West Ham may have to make a number of changes to their planned starting line up.
Adrian is likely to continue in goal but Reid is out, meaning Angelo Ogbonna should be restored to the team.
Noble is likely to be replaced by Havard Nordtveit in central midfield, while Jonathan Calleri is set to play up front.
BURNLEY TEAM NEWS
Burnley do not have many injury worries, having already secured their Premier League safety.
The result of this match is unlikely to mean too much to Sean Dyche's men, but they may have to compete without central defender Michael Keane, who has been heavily linked with a return to former club Manchester United.
Keane is struggling with a calf injury, while Ben Mee could also miss out with a shin problem.
Dean Marney, meanwhile, is on the long-term injury list.
BEST OPTA MATCH FACTS
Burnley have won just two of their last 14 league contests against West Ham (D3 L9), losing each of their last three.
Burnley have won each of their two final day games in the Premier League, however in both seasons (2009-10, 2014-15) they were already relegated.
Since Slaven Bilic took over as West Ham manager in the summer of 2015, the Hammers have lost a league-high 41 points from winning positions. They have also dropped the most in 2016-17 alone (22).
TV COVERAGE & KICK-OFF TIME
The game is due to kick off at 15:00 on Sunday, but will not be televised live. Highlights will be broadcast at 22:30 on BBC One.