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In focus: Burnley v Wednesday

17 January 2014

Burnley v Wednesday
Sky Bet Championship
18 January 2014


Owls fans can pay on the day at Turf Moor.


Kick-off will be preceded by a minute’s silence to honour all Burnley fans who passed away in 2013.


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Team news




The Clarets will be at near full-strength, with the only concern defender Ben Mee, who recently sustained a thigh strain.


Winger Ross Wallace, missing since August with a knee injury, could return to first team duty.


New signing Ashley Barnes is set to feature on the bench.




Wednesday will welcome back Connor Wickham after the in-form striker sat out the FA Cup win over Macclesfield on Tuesday under the terms of his loan agreement with Sunderland.


Caolan Lavery – on target twice against Leeds last weekend – is also available having missed the cup-tie due to eligibility rules.


Elsewhere, Chris Kirkland is set to resume between the sticks after Damian Martinez played in midweek.

Latest from Sky Bet 
Owls win and both teams to score 13/2
Owls win to nil 6/1
Owls win 1-0, 2-0 or 2-1 4/1
Connor Wickham to score first 7/1


Last meeting


10 August 2013
Owls 1-2 Burnley
(Prutton 71; Ings 33, Vokes 38)


Head to head


FA Cup432


One to watch – Danny Ings


The Clarets’ striker has led the line superbly this season with sidekick Sam Vokes, with the duo sharing 33 Championship goals so far.


Ings is enjoying a particularly fruitful campaign having struck 21 times in all competitions, including four in his last three outings.


The former Bournemouth man is yet to go more than two games without a goal this season.

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