However, no-one seems to want to make the final playoff position their own and, as such, Ipswich are still very much in the mix with just two points separating them from sixth-placed Reading.
However, victory over the league's second-best team is a must if they are to keep their increasingly slim hopes alive. Anything other than three points could see their playoff prospects ended this weekend, depending on results elsewhere.
Ultimately, matters are already out of their own hands, with Reading, Brighton & Hove Albion and Nottingham Forest all better placed in terms of points or goal difference.
However, should results go their way this weekend then they could find themselves in the driving seat going into the final game of the season, which sees them host Sheffield Wednesday.
Their away form has been respectable in recent weeks, with three victories and three clean sheets in their last five outings, but they will need arguably their biggest away performance of the season if they are to triumph at Turf Moor.
Ipswich's plight could well be helped by Burnley's promotion, with the Clarets unable to finish any higher or lower than second and likely to have one eye already on the Premier League next season.
Success in the Premier League with such a small squad is a much tougher ask, however, and Dyche will already have his sights set on potential targets that may help his side compete in the big time next season.
Consequently, some of the Burnley players who have helped gain promotion could be playing for their future in the final two matches of the season, a surefire way to motivate them not to tail off.
Fans at Turf Moor will want to cap their campaign off with a win in the final home match, and it is a ground that has been kind to the Clarets this season.
Their first home league defeat of the season came at the end of last month and, although that was swiftly followed by another, it has been something of a fortress for Burnley, a factor that they will be keen to continue in the top flight.
However, they will be without Sam Vokes for Saturday's match, while Dyche could opt to make a number of changes in order to have a look at players who could be on the verge of leaving the club.
Possible starting lineups
Burnley: Heaton; Trippier, Shackell, Duff, Mee; Jones, Arfield; Kightly, Ings, Marney; Barnes
Ipswich: Gerken; Chambers, Berra, Smith, Cresswell; Wordsworth, Skuse, Green, Anderson; Williams; Murphy
Sports Mole says: 2-2