Derby V Burnley (Monday Night Football)

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We always lose to these without fail. We may aswell just have a rest, and not bother showing up.

Derby 0-2 Burnley
 

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Out of the 98 matches between the two clubs, Derby have won 41 and Burnley have won 37, so that ^^^ quite simply isn't true. Your negativity is really quite boring James :lol:
 
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Derby to get all the planets lined up. 3-1. Jason Shackell to get a hat-trick, including an overhead bicycle kick from outside the area while holding a carpet sample for his Texan wife for their luxury new pad.
 

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Out of the 98 matches between the two clubs, Derby have won 41 and Burnley have won 37, so that ^^^ quite simply isn't true. Your negativity is really quite boring James :lol:

Although admittedly you haven't beaten them since '07

Yeah, I didn't mean in our entire history, you fool. :lol:
 

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History says we're going to get absolutely tonked.
Heart says we're going to win like 3-1.
Head says now we can actually win a game we'll either draw (But probably not get the final goal as always, even if we are showing some more quality) or sneak something like 2-1 or 1-0.

Hate it that it's on the Monday night though, mind.
 

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1 win in our last 10 at home, need to sort that shit out if we've got any ambitions of competing for the top 6.

It'd be nice to look like a good team and win for a change, can see a 2-1 smash and grab job from the Clarets. Hopefully I'll finish work in time to set off back for this, if not it's SKY Sports for me.
 

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Good to see Darikwa doing well and an ever present so far for Burnley. What this game needs is a goal to really liven it up though.
 

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Pleased with that. Maintained our unbeaten run and bagged a clean sheet in the process.

Who needs Jason Shackell?
 

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We just look like a mid-table side, and I wouldn't be surprised if that's where we finish.

Another dull, subpar performance.
 

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All that time wasting, and the ref gives two minutes added time? :lol:

Given I expected a defeat to this horrid club, a draw will do. God knows the last time we actually scored a goal against them.
 

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What a complete waste of time that was. At least we tried to win. Or tried to try. Burnley basically had Sam Vokes playing CDM for them in the second half, decent away point for them maybe but it was fucking boring. I was gutted with my drive back never mind the bus back up north after watching that.

Plus points: Richard Keogh, the return of Cyrus Christie, Thorne fit and apart from a few suicidal moments from Shackell we were very solid.

Dyche couldn't resist either. "Market Leaders" :lol: Sad, sad man.
 

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A bit rich from Dyche talking about Derbys spending considering what they spent on Gray.
 

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Dyche has spent money this summer and Burnley fans expectation must have risen as a result. So yeah, expectation and pressure management on his part there!
 

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I just don't see why he feels the need to mention money so often. Not sure what we gain from it.
 

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I just don't see why he feels the need to mention money so often. Not sure what we gain from it.
He's fast becoming the new Karl Robinson, and that blokes reputation has taken an absolute bashing for it. That, and him being fat and Scouse we should note.
 

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