Not that it has been a serious worry for a number of weeks now, but Sean Dyche will be pleased that Burnley finally made certain of another campaign of a top-flight football.
It is the first time in Premier League history that all three relegation spots have been decided with as many as three games of the season still to play.
That means the pressure is fully off Burnley heading into games with Leeds and Liverpool at Turf Moor, before concluding their campaign away at Sheffield United.
The aim for Dyche's 15th-placed side now will be to finish as high as possible, with 12th the best that they can realistically hope for.
Burnley have scored six times without conceding in their last two away games, having also thumped Wolverhampton Wanderers 4-0, but it has been a different story on their own patch.
The Clarets have won none of their last eight league matches at Turf Moor - their joint-longest winless home run in the English top flight - losing back-to-back games 2-1 there.
Leeds will be looking to extend their opponents' winless home run this weekend, though they lost 2-0 to Brighton & Hove Albion last time out on their travels.
That is the only real blemish for Marcelo Bielsa's men over the last two months, however, having won four and drawn three of their last eight matches.
What makes that all the more impressive is that the Whites have faced Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham during that run.
Leeds won this season's reverse fixture 1-0 at Elland Road and are looking to complete their first league double over Burnley since the 2011-12 Championship campaign.
Bamford netted a pen in December's win at Elland Road and could become the first Whites player to score home and away against Burnley in a season since Peter Lorimer in 1974-75.
Former Leeds striker Wood seems certain to retain his place up top, meanwhile, as he looks to build on a return of eight goals in his last eight matches.
Burnley possible starting lineup:
Pope; Lowton, Tarkowski, Mee, Taylor; Brownhill, Cork, Westwood, McNeil; Wood, Vydra
Leeds United possible starting lineup:
Meslier; Ayling, Llorente, Struijk, Alioski; Raphinha, Dallas, Phillips, Roberts, Harrison; Bamford
We say: Burnley 0-2 Leeds United
Burnley have gone eight league games without a win at Turf Moor, while Leeds have won four of their last eight on their travels.
United have also won their last three top-flight meetings against the Clarets, a run in which we can see them extending this weekend.
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