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- Kick-off: 15:00 GMT
It seems like ref Lee Mason has blown up early.
Boos predictably ring out. West Ham in big trouble on and off the pitch.
That was a decidedly unpleasant end to a decent game.
Trevor Brooking is alone in the directors' box after the club's owners David Sullivan and David Gold have had to leave to calm the situation.
Gudmundsson has a shot. Joe Hart can't hold it and Chris Wood is there to tap in.
'Sack the board' is still ringing out here.
But you have to feel for David Moyes and his West Ham players trying top focus amid all this chaos.
They actually played well in the first half but this looks beyond them now.
ANOTHER fan is on the pitch. This is insane.
This time he's holding a corner flag.
Unprecedented scenes here.
Chicharito is on for the Hammers (replacing Joao Mario) as things get very heated in the stands. Fans protesting in the direction of the directors' box and scuffles with stewards.
Johann Berg Gudmondsson prods the ball across the area and Chris Wood scores from five yards out.
Two West Ham fans have managed to get on to the pitch here as anger over Burnley's goal boils over.
What a hit, son!
Sean Dyche's change has made all the difference.
Wood tees up Barnes, who finishes tremendously from just outside the area.
They've got two up front now and Ashley Barnes seems to be enjoying the support.
He's just sent a decent shot narrowly wide as Burnley start to come into this.
Burnley make a change and it's as thought.
Chris Wood is on for Jeff Hendrick.
Joe Hart is lucky the linesman didn't spot that.
Tries to take a touch before clearing but it's a poor one and replays show the ball actually went out for what should have been a corner to the visitors.
It looks like Chris Wood is coming on shortly.
Ashley Westwood booked now too.
Manuel Lanzini booked.
Ooof that was tight.
Ashley Barnes thought he'd scored his third goal in three games but the linesman's flag went up. Wasn't much in it.
Moments earlier Marko Arnautovic should have done better when West Ham broke but he dallied and the chance faded away.
Burnley haven't had a shot on target yet. They've got to do better in the final third.
No changes for the Clarets either but you'd guess Chris Wood might get on eventually after he scored the winner against Everton last weekend.
The players are back out. No changes for West Ham.
We're just waiting for Burnley.
It looks like there was a small protest by some West Ham fans earlier.
It's been a good half for the hosts who have had some really good chances but Burnley keeper Nick Pope has been in inspired form.
David Moyes will ask for more of the same.
Sean Dyche will want his team to create better openings but they've defended typically well.
There have been a few knocks!
The home fans have been reciprocating the effort from their team. Really getting behind them.
We have a break in play as Stephen Ward is down and being treated. He took a blow to the forehead while winning a header under pressure from Michail Antonio.
Aaron Cresswell booked for a professional foul. Blocking off Aaron Lennon as Burnley tried to counter-attack.
Wow! Pope makes ANOTHER great save with his legs.
This time he denies Lanzini who went through and looked certain to score.
Bit better from Burnley, who haven't won on the road since November, as they create a few attacking phases.
But Angelo Ogbonna and James Collins both make important interventions.
Good defending. Moyes will be pleased.
Pablo Zabaleta gets forward and tries to break his West Ham duck but the full-back heads a cross wide.
He hasn't scored for the Hammers yet and has only got eight in a long Premier League career.
Joao Mario was an ever-present when Portugal won Euro 2016. He's an experienced and efficient midfielder and is looking good today.
David Moyes has got him on loan him from Inter Milan - wonder if he'll look to make it permanent in the summer?
West Ham fans wants a penalty and they have a good claim as Aaron Lennon hand-balls in the area.
Referee Lee Mason waves away protests.
Nearly 60% possession for the hosts so far.
They're doing well at keeping the ball and pressing Burnley into mistakes when the visitors do manage to get it.
David Moyes' side have started with more intent. Burnley are a bit under the cosh.
Barnes has changed his bloody shirt for another one and is OK to continue.
This time it's Portugal midfielder Joao Mario who fires over for the Hammers. He connects with a loose ball from a West Ham corner.
Should have got that on target.
The Hammers are on top. Ashley Barnes meanwhile is bleeding from his nose after being injured in that scramble from the corner.
Manuel Lanzini is looking up for this. Cuts inside and sends a shot from the edge of the box over the bar. Decent effort and the Hammers need him firing like this.
Nick Pope makes a great save to deny Marko Arnautovic who was palyed in one-on-one by Manuel Lanzini.
The Burnley stopper saved with his legs. Good chance.
Kouyate is back on the pitch as Burnley keeper Nick Pope send a free-kick into the Hammers box. Dealt with and Mark Noble is fouled as he tries to clear.
Cheikhou Kouyate is down. He landed awkwardly after an aerial challenge and doesn't look too clever.
He's being treated as Declan Rice warms up on the touchline.
Joao Mario is penalised for a bit of over-enthusiasm on his return to the team.
Another Burnley free-kick but it comes to nothing.
The home fans are making a good clamour so far. The atmosphere is decent.