The four league fixtures are all against sides in the bottom half of the table following a run of six successive games against top-10 opposition.
But Dyche insists his side will approach their latest tests in the same manner in a bid to prolong the club’s top-flight presence.
“We know the challenge of the Premier League. We know it’s very difficult, whoever you’re going to play,” he said.
“You’ve got to acquit yourself property against all the different teams.
“I’ve always had a balanced view of that. Six out of seven seasons teach you there are no gimmes and no easy games.
“You have to fight for everything, no matter who you play and we just focus on that.”
The Clarets will check on ex-Brighton strikers Chris Wood and Ashley Barnes, midfielders Josh Brownhill and Robbie Brady and defender Charlie Taylor.
If fit, Wood will be looking to add to the eight goals he has scored against the Seagulls, where he previously played on loan.