The Clarets weren’t affected by the loss of George Boyd on Saturday after his replacement Scott Arfield scored a last-minute winner to take Burnley up to 14th in the Premier League table.
George Boyd has been in a slump and it could not come at a worse time as Burnley are amid a dogfight to avoid relegation.
Burnley defeated Manchester City 1-0 at Turn Moor and provided a huge blow to Manchester's title chances.
It was far from pretty, but Burnley were able to erase 1-0, 2-1, and 3-2 deficits to earn a 3-3 draw at Newcastle, with George Boyd's strike the final equalizer that earned the Clarets a coveted road point.
George Boyd was one of the more active players for Burnley in their 2-0 loss to QPR and it showed on the stat sheet.
George Boyd tallied his second goal of the season to give Burnley the advantage but Newcastle United would eventually level the score and the two sides played to a gritty 1-1 draw.
George Boyd looks to be an attractive budget option for Burnley as he has settled in nicely since his move from Hull City.
Burnley midfielder George Boyd was impressive in the team's loss to West Ham over the weekend.
Burnley have signed George Boyd from Premier League rivals Hull City.
Steve Bruce handed George Boyd a start upon returning from a three match ban for spitting on Manchester City keeper Joe Hart, and the midfielder rewarded his manager by scoring the game-winner as Hull City defeated Swansea City 1-0.
Hull, having spent the early part of the summer bolstering their defense, are now looking to the attack with a bid for Burnley striker Charlie Austin.