And now they have the chance to get their first double against Liverpool since the 1929/30 season and end their home program at a real all-time high after securing their top status a little over a week ago.
Trying to end an outstanding season of his own, Lowton told Clarets +: “We know how good Liverpool are and they are still fighting to get into the Champions League.
“We know they will come and try to win the game. We handled the threat in their place very well and we have this experience to fall back on and we will try to give the fans three points and something to scream about.
“It’s been a long, tough season. Since the break between last season and this season is short, you get the feeling that two seasons have been merged into one.
“It has been difficult for everyone involved, but when we do we get results when we need to.
“We work hard together and this togetherness has brought us through again and given us another year in the Premier League.”