Friday, 22 April 2016

Burnley Moves Again To Burst Out And Win ! ! !


    Burnley moved again to the pinnacle of the Championship, and  wins from promotion, with victory over    local competitors Preston at Deepdale

   Joey Barton's deflected free-kick incorrect-footed North stop  keeper Chris Kirkland to provide Burnley an early lead.Andre gray and George Boyd almost added a second aim after the ruin however both hit the woodwork in short succession.

Jermaine Beckford nodded Preston's exceptional danger over because the Clarets, subsidized by using five,630 enthusiasts, made it 21 video games unbeaten.

Burnley have now not lost within the Championship due to the fact a three-zero defeat at Hull on Boxing Day, but the excellent shape of Middlesbrough and Brighton has ensured the warfare for merchandising will go to the twine.
However, with second-placed Boro playing third-placed Brighton at the Riverside on the final day, Sean Dyche's side will go up with two more wins.
The Clarets, relegated from the Premier League last season, host Queens Park Rangers on 2 May, followed by a trip to Charlton five days later.
And the signs they will make an immediate return to the top flight look good as they head into the matches on the back of their longest unbeaten run since November 1972.
Defeat for Preston, who were in with an outside chance of a play-off place at the start of April, means Simon Grayson's men are now winless in five.
"It's how I want the team to play - that's almost an advert for it. I used the word clarity a lot and I thought that was on show.
"We talk about automaticity and that's the ability to do it properly all the time.
"We do it in training so when it's a game we can deliver and we're showing good signs."
"We've got honest lads who will give everything. When you look at Burnley and their recovery runs, they get back into their shape.
"It's a learning curve and something to look at for future seasons."

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