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Thread: Burnley v Leicester Match Preview

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    Burnley v Leicester Match Preview

    The first of a run of three really critical League fixtures for the Clarets as we face Leicester then Manchester United and Arsenal. Our threadbare squad has been made even weaker by the absence of Ashley Barnes. Have we recruited some new faces and legs before the start of these three games? No. Why not? I am Foxíd. Will we lose this game? Ndidi we are odds on to lose even though said gent is unavailable for the Foxes. Dangermen for Leicester Jamie Vardy and Harvey Barnes. I am sure Harvey would love to shine on his dadís old stomping ground. What I donít want to hear are chants about Rebekah Vardy and VAR decisions in favour of Jonny Evans. The match referee is Anthony Taylor. Letís hope he doesnít stitch us up. I am not a Happy Bunny. Three unexpected points would do me and everyone else at Burnley a power of good. COYC.

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    Another stuffing is on the cards methinks.

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    We dont stand a chance:-
    Leicester are creative and pacy and Vardy is on fire.
    We are slow and cannot pass the ball let alone shoot on target.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClaretinBudapest View Post
    We dont stand a chance:-
    Leicester are creative and pacy and Vardy is on fire.
    We are slow and cannot pass the ball let alone shoot on target.
    0-4 For me we have done nothing in the transfer department , Or looking likely we will Again !!
    Cannot be bothered to go, or even watch a stream, That is how bad it is!!...
    Maybe Dyche should have stood up to Garlic, instead of taking the Pay rise??

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    The referee does not fill me with confidence, imo Anthony Taylor is the worst in the PL by some distance. Of course a referee's ineptitude could easily work in our favour, but it just never seems to does it.

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    Lester still running cool - yes, they recently beat Newcastle, who were abysmal, noted as their worst performance this season , they squeezed a win from Wham - but seems, have improved little since their draw with Norwich in December - so again, do our basic best, no mistakes, and Is possible we take "something" from this .




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    Remember when Leicester beat us at the Turf during one of our promotion seasons and Chris Wood scored for them? Well, he's going to score again tomorrow, for the right team this time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norder View Post
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    Lester still running cool - yes, they recently beat Newcastle, who were abysmal, noted as their worst performance this season , they squeezed a win from Wham - but seems, have improved little since their draw with Norwich in December - so again, do our basic best, no mistakes, and Is possible we take "something" from this .



    No mistakes Norder...........Cork is way past his sell by date in the PL

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    Absolutely delighted.What a comeback and Pope MOM - fantastic.

    Great in second half.Would have loved to be there So much for all the half time negativity from the panel.

    Well done boys.Bring on Man U.

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    Brilliant result - well done lads. Really looking forward to MOTD2 for a change. Could have watched the game on Sky, but it makes me too nervous

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