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Matchday live: Burnley v Barnsley
Updated 5:08pm Saturday 7th December 2013 in Sport
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- Stay with us throughout the game for live updates from Turf Moor
Defeat for Leicester at Brighton, and point for QPR at home to Blackburn, puts Burnley back on top of Championship
Burnley 1, Barnsley 0. Kightly's 65th minute goal - his first at Turf Moor - is enough to win it for Clarets
Final whistle goes.
Ings close to making it 2-0 after a short corner
Real energy and drive from Arfield leads to a corner
Leicester losing at Brighton, QPR drawing 0-0 at home to Blackburn.
if scores stay the same Burnley will go back to the top of the Championship.
Mellis in to Scotland on edge of the box, turns and shoots, deflected wide
4 mins added time
Attendance: 11,462. 762 from Barnsley
Burnley sub: Stanislas for Kightly. 86 mins
Bit of Barnsley pressure ends with Mellis curling over from edge of box
Final Barnsley sub: Pedersen for McCourt
McCourt robbed of possession on the halfway line, Arfield charges down left, cuts inside, but shot is straight at Butland
Vokes tries to make amends willow 20-yard shot. Just wide
Vokes in off the post, but flag is raised for offside, albeit a late one
Barnsley sub: O'Brien for Cywka -76mins
Sub for Burnley: Edgar for Stock. 76 mins
Cywka free kick flies goalwards. Heaton got his fingertips to it
69 mins - Jason Scotland in for Kelvin Etuhu
Deadly left foot finish
Winger received ball from Trippier, cut inside again and rifled into top left corner
Kightly makes a strong angled run into penalty area from right touchline, might have won a penalty had he gone down under challenge but stayed on his feet, drove ball across goal and Wiseman almost turned into own net
Ings breaks free in the box after linking with Vokes, Tom Kennedy goes in hard with a fair challenge as Ings shaped to shoot. Kennedy hurt in making block, needed treatment
Kightly puts ball back in after his corner comes back to him, Ings over with an overhead kick
Tudgay booked for unsporting behaviour. Got in the way of Duff taking free kick for a foul he had committed
Arfield has a shot blocked on the edge of the box, Jones fires over from distance from the rebound
Kightly gets second chance at a cross but Ings heads over
Burnley get second half under way
Half-time: Burnley 0, Barnsley 0
One minute added
Last minute of normal time in the first half
Arfield receives lay-off from Ings but fires wildly off target
Free kick for foul on Etuhu, straight at Heaton
Pause in play while Duff receives treatment for a blow to the head. He's back in play immediately
Jones header across box headed straight at Butland's by Ings
Referee plays on after Tudgay's lunge at Stock, ball breaks to Ings who wins a corner
Cross from the right drops for Cywka, who blazes high over bar from 12 yards
Barnsley carry ball up the other end quickly, Heaton blocks well from Cywka in box
Stock plays ball out wide to Trippier, cuts inside to pick out Ings at the left post with a lofted pass. Ings climbs well but heads narrowly wide
Tom Kennedy puts ball into box, Shackell heads out
Kieran Trippier concedes a free kick just outside the left hand edge of the box. Foul on Cywka
Jones stings Butland's hands with a shot from just outside the area after a good build-up. Ball palmed out away from Arfield's reach
Vokes runs into a Shackell clearance but scuffs shot into side netting
Barnsley earned their first away win of the season at Brighton on Tuesday, in Micky Mellon's first game in caretaker charge
Barnsley kick us off
A minute's applause to celebrate life of Nelson Mandela
BURNLEY: Tom Heaton; Kieran Trippier, Michael Duff, Jason Shackell, Ben Mee; Michael Kightly, Brian Stock, David Jones, Scott Arfield; Sam Vokes, Danny Ings.
Subs: Alex Cisak, Danny Lafferty, Steven Hewitt, Junior Stanislas, Kevin Long, David Edgar, Ryan Noble.
BARNSLEY: Jack Butland, Tom Kennedy, Marcus Tudgay, Scott Wiseman, Kelvin Etuhu, Peter Ramage, Paddy McCourt, Jacob Mellis, Tomasz Cywka, David Perkins, Martin Cranie.
Subs: Stephen Dawson, Jason Scotland, Marcus Pedersen, Jim O'Brien, David Fox, Bobby Hassell, Jan-Yves M'Voto.
The teams have made their way out onto the pitch
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