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Already a done deal according to pretty much the only reputable ITK left.We'll beat these comfortably because that's what we do at home now.
Him and another poster on there seem pretty clued up As you say,you can't get em all right all the time thoInterestingly the other lad says man city have been tapping up Barkley 😕
Will be good to get a look at Keane up against Lukaku.
Depends. If they're both up for it and competing well, it will be great. If Keane does too well though, there'll be a lot of 'one of Rom's quiet days' days shouts and if Rom does have a quiet day there'll be a lot of 'wasn't really tested' shouts.
Burnley's defensive tactics are pretty interesting. This video shows some examples of how their defenders position themselves to make the target smaller for the attacker. It helps explain why Heaton makes so many saves (he has less area to cover on the shots that get through) and why the defenders block so many shots (when attackers still aim for the corners).Here's the full article I pulled that from (for those interested).http://statsbomb.com/2017/02/burnley-doing-it-differently/Burnley appear fortunate when you look at simple shots for/against but when you really break it down, they're making a deliberate choice to concede a high number of lower-quality chances. It might not be the prettiest football but I have a ton of respect for what Dyche has accomplished. Burnley's wage budget is comfortably the worst in the division but they've managed to stay on the fringes of the relegation battle all season long. Clubs like Stoke and West Ham must look at the table and think "how the fuck are we behind them on goal difference?"
It must eat away at the Redshite mouth breathers to see how tidily we put away the mid-table rabble at home...
Even Spurs?They score for fun too.
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