struggle when defending against set pieces so Newcastle will have to brush up on this side of their game and if they can they may just scrape a narrow win here.
midfielder Kieran Trippier exemplified the positive mood in the camp by insisting the fact his side have been written off for much of the season can serve them well in the weeks ahead.
have not lost at home this season, and their fans seemed relaxed in the knowledge they would soon spring into life.
If West Ham beat Wigan today and the Clarets
lose to Liverpool tomorrow they will be joining Pompey in the Championship next season.
and Fahey's other runner Fortunate Isle set the early pace but while the latter faded to finish 13th, the former took a clear lead early in the straight.
, who play in Division Two and Four of the Coventry and District League, are looking for new players.
The substitute curled in a delightful 20-yard free-kick as the Clarets
ended their mammoth goal drought.
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should be followed on his next start after an encouraging debut at Newcastle.
CHARLIE AUSTIN returned to form with the second goal in Burnley's 2-0 victory at home to Barnsley on Tuesday and he could contribute to a high shirts makeup for the Clarets
in tonight's Championship game at Reading, writes Dan Childs.
Adamson, below, made 486 appearances for the Clarets
in a playing career spanning 17 years, placing him sixth on the club's all-time list.
Although Nugent's loan spell with the Clarets
from relegated Portsmouth has three games to run, the 24-year-old has already written off his prospects of a south coast return.
have lost 11 of 13 Premier League games since Laws was appointed in January.
On an information card profiling all Blues' players in attendance, Liam Ridgewell (who was actually a no-show) was said to have made over 70 appearances for the Clarets
Carlisle headed home a Robbie Blake corner at the beginning of the second half as the Clarets
moved seven points clear of the pack chasing the top six.
The Knavesmire event and the Ayr Gold Cup are the two races which matter most to the Malton maestro and he has his sights set on victory in Scotland again after mare Flying Clarets
gave him a second successive triumph - and third overall - in York's valuable handicap.