Programme insults and Matej Vydra magic inspire buoyant Burnley to important victory at Southampton 

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STEVE STAMMERS AT ST MARY'S STADIUM: When facing Burnley, the last thing you want to do is give them extra motivation. Unwittingly, Southampton did just that.
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