It's all over and Fer's goal is the difference.
- Burnley XI: Heaton, Lowton, Keane, Mee, Ward, Arfield, Jones, Marney, Boyd, Vokes, Gray.
- Swansea XI: Fabianski, Naughton, Fernandez, Amat, Kingsley, Britton (C), Cork, Fer, Barrow, Routledge, Llorente.
Gudmunsson tries a free kick but Fabianski saves with ease as the seconds tick away.
Lucasz Fabianski dives to his left to superbly touch away a shot from Dean Marney.
Another Burnley caorner is swung in from the right, but Fernando Llorente is back to power the ball away with a firm header.
A great response from Burnley falls just short when Andre Gray shoots wide within seconds of the restart.
Leroy Fer latches on to a rebound from Tom Heaton's save and taps in from close range.
Gylfi Sigurddson floats the set piece in, but Ben Mee heads clear. Stephen Kingsley takes aim from distance, but his shot is horribly off target.
Matt Lowton clips the heels of Jefferson Montero and concedes a free kick on the edge of the box.
Fernando Llorente misses an opportunity from close range, rising to a cross from the left but putting his header wide when it seemed easier to hit the target.
It's been a quiet second half for Fernando Llorente, and when he gets another chance with a header it lacks enough power to worry Tom Heaton.
Johann Gudmundsson replaces Scott Arfield for Burnley
The ball falls nicely for Andre Gray inside the box, the striker spins around but his shot skews off wide of the left-hand post.
Jefferson Montero has a half-chance with a header, but from a tight-ish angle the weak effort is easily collected by Tom Heaton.
After that flurry of excitement the game has settled down a bit, but it has been a much better game since the break.
Stephen Ward lunges in on Jefferson Montero, who has just replaced Modou Barrow, and goes in to the book.
Gylfi Sigurddson takes aim from long range with a free kick. It takes a deflection and forces Tom Heaton into a diving save to his right, and from the resulting corner Federico Fernandez somehow misses an open goal from inside the six yard box.
George Boyd's shot rebounds nicely for Matt Lowton, who lashes a right-footed effort wide of Swansea's left post. Burnley are very much on the up at the moment.
Gylfi Sigurddson replaces Leon Britton.
Sam Vokes volleys the ball on target from the edge of the box, but Lucasz Fabianski pulls off a fine effort to touch it around the post with his left hand.
Lucasz Fabianski races out of his box to deny Andre Gray with a skilful sliding tackle that he had to time perfectly. Burnley are definitely a lot more urgent in this second half.
David Jones floats a corner over, Lucasz Fabianski flaps and misses the ball completely and Michael Keane cannot get a touch from point-blank range on the far post. Any kind of contact, and that would have been a goal.
Jordi Amat wrestles Andre Gray to the floor and goes into Jon Moss' book.
Kyle Naughton wastes a chance to put Tom Heaton under pressure, volley a poor effort over the bar from an angle.
Modou Barrow claims a penalty after firing a shot at Matt Lowton, but the ball clearly hit the Clarets defender in the chest before rebounding away.
Dean Marney has Burnley's best chance so far, looping a header from near the edge of the box just over an onto the roof of the net.
A long throw towards Sam Vokes from near the Swansea area is cut out by Jack Cork, Burnley failing to take advantage of a spell of possession.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche is still prowling around the touchline from the tunnel - which is in the corner at Turf Moor - as the game starts, but that doesn't stop him barking out his orders as he goes back to the dugout.
We're under way again, with no changes for either side.
It's murky at Turf Moor, where the lights have been switched on. So much for summer, then...
Swansea wasted no time in trying to get Fernando Llorente (on the right in this graphic) involved, but Burnley counterpart Andre Gray (left) has seen less of the ball so far.
Burnley hang on after that shaky spell in their own area and will be grateful to calm things down at half-time
Jordi Amat flicks the corner goalwards, and Scott Arfield has to clear off the line while stood by the right hand post. Swansea's best chance of the game by some distance.
Sam Vokes rides to the rescue after Ben Mee misses his clearance inside the six yard box, hooking the ball behind.
Pressure from Swansea around the Burnley half forces Michael Keane to concede a corner.
David Jones earns the first booking of the day a foul on Leroy Fer near the halfway line.
Swansea win their first corner, but Burnley break at pace. Andre Gray eludes the defence and hits a fierce effort straight at Lucasz Fabianski for the best moment of Burnley's half so far.
35 mins: Modou Barrow is spoken to by Jon Moss, presumably for grumbling about the foul that wasn't given against him. It's the first sparky moment of a quiet game, and as a result the home fans target Barrow for a spot of barracking.
33 mins: Leroy Fer lashes a wild effort miles over the bar from the edge of the box, but then protests to referee Jon Moss about what he saw as a foul by Matt Lowton on Modou Barrow in the build-up. Mr Moss is unmoved.
31 mins: Wayne Routledge volleys wide from an acute angle, hitting a first time shot from Modou Barrow's cross that flies across the face of goal and wide of Tom Heaton's right stick.
29 mins: That's much better from Burnley's Andre Gray, who gets his first real sight of goal but pulls his volley high and wide of Lucasz Fabianski's goals. This is Gray's first Premier League outing, but he's struggled to assert himself so far.