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Burnley v Tottenham 13:30 - Sun 5th April

Pyeman

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Not really confident in making a prediction. You never know which Tottenham will turn up. They'll either smash us 4-0, or we'll grind out a gutsy 1-1.

Hopefully the latter.
 

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Think this could be the game of the weekend to watch.

Burnley 1 - 2 Spurs
 

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Not really confident in making a prediction. You never know which Tottenham will turn up. They'll either smash us 4-0, or we'll grind out a gutsy 1-1.

Hopefully the latter.

^^^^ This ^^^^
 

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All bets are off....Vlad's playing.
 

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Kane as captain?
 

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That should be 1-0, really poor effort from Ings.
 

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Gary Neville and his 'moments'. I wonder how many he says a game. Think I've heard about 10 in the last 30 mins.
 

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Rubbish game of football really. Lacked quality from both sides, but Burnley probably should have won it on effort alone.

Burnley are lacking that bit of consistent quality in the final third. Their work rate and tempo both on and off the ball is brilliant, they just need to take advantage more when when they get into good positions.
 

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Burnley have a strong record against the top sides at home don't they?
 

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Think I put a curse on it saying it could be the game of the weekend - sorry all! :gmc:
 

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Spurs didn't even sell out I'm hearing. Given up?
 

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I'll happily take a point, but can't help but think it was two points dropped given how the game went.

That's been the story of our season though. There have been too many games where the consensus has been "great effort, great commitment, just lack the killer instinct." That's what will probably be the difference between us just going down and just surviving.

I can't fault the players or manager though. They give everything each week, and ultimately if that isn't enough, then we go down knowing we gave it a bloody good shot.


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