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Matchday live blog: Yeovil v Burnley
Updated 5:02pm Saturday 11th January 2014 in Sport
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- The first meeting ended in a 2-0 win for the Clarets at Turf Moor in August. Follow today's live blog to see if Sean Dyche's side can do the double over the Championship strugglers and strengthen their position in the top two.
A far nervier ending than it should have been for Clarets but it's finished Yeovil 1, Burnley 2. 50-point mark reached— @LT_Suzanne 11 January 2014
Stech is going up for a last throw of the dice for Yeovil
Ashley Barnes makes his Burnley debut from the bench, replacing Ings in 88th minute
Shackell hurt by Moore in heading out Ralls' ball in from the left
Upson goes ambitiously for goal from 35 yards but Heaton watches it wide
Shackell heads dangerous Dawson free kick into box behind. Upsin blocked from follow-up corner
Moore pulls a goal back with a cross that misses everyone and sneaks past an unsighted Heaton. 1-2
Eaton watches a header from substitute Moore drop onto the roof of the net
Marney cross from the right to the far post, Vokes climbs well but header across goal is wide
Ralls dipping header tipped over by Heaton
Yeovil make final change: Morgan for Hayter (75)
Burnley sub: Stanislas for Treacy (73)
Change of plan, Junior Stanislas is stripped
Kightly looks as though he is getting ready to come on
Ings header claimed by Stech
Jones bundled off the ball in middle of the park, Yeovil try to use it to get back in the game but Ralls curls over
Yeovil sub: Upson for Lundstram
Ings and Vokes combine for what is almost a second for the latter. Stabs shot on target but Stech saves
Pitch invader, who tried to pat Vokes on the back, is taken away by stewards
2-0 Burnley. Brilliantly worked goal for Vokes to side foot in
Yeovil sub: Moore for Dawson (61 mins)
Ayling cross finds the head of Grant, who beats Heaton but clips the top of the crossbar
Vokes denied by near right post from Arfield cut back
Brilliant challenge by Duff denies Joel Grant in the area after turning to shoot
Treacy free kick is bent round the wall but tipped round the post by Stech
Attendance: 6,293 (1,705 Burnley fans)
Arfield makes an angled run towards the box from the right, shot blocked by Duffy
Early Yeovil corner ultimately falls to Ralls, who bends a low shot wide with outside of his left foot
Second half underway
Half-time: Yeovil 0, Burnley 1— @LT_Suzanne 11 January 2014
1 minute of added time
Yeovil break and Ralls has a shot from distance charged down by Shackell
Vokes heads Treacy cross from the right straight at keeper
Ings almost gets another after Jones nicks ball again and links with Arfield
Edwards strikes from edge of box, cleared by Duff - not completely - but Burnley eventually get the ball away
Duffy shot headed behind by Marney
21 for Ings. Key to the door for another Burnley win?— @LT_Suzanne 11 January 2014
Top scorer unleashed super strike after Jones nicked possession and laid the ball off
Yeovil look to break again but Clarets deal with it. Visitors have yet to settle
Jones shoots left footed from distance but deflection takes the sting off it and carries it comfortably towards keeper
Lafferty wins a corner after exchange with Arfield
Treacy nudges ball out for overlapping Trippier to cross first time, Ings controls and hooks overhead shot onto roof of the net
Ralls shot blocked on edge of box
Vokes and Ings kick us off
Enjoying a debut at Huish Park - lovely family feel to the club, friendly folk, flowers in the toilets, and a strong smell of Bovril— @LT_Suzanne 11 January 2014
YEOVIL: Marek Stech; Luke Ayling, Shane Duffy, Byron Webster, Liam Davis; Kevin Dawson, John Lundstram, Joe Edwards, Joseph Ralls; James Hayter, Joel Grant.
Subs: Christopher Dunn, Jamie McAllister, Edward Upson, Samuel Foley, Kieffer Moore, Matteo Lanzoni, Adam Morgan.
BURNLEY: Tom Heaton; Kieran Trippier, Michael Duff, Jason Shackell, Danny Lafferty; Keith Treacy, Dean Marney, David Jones, Scott Arfield; Sam Vokes, Danny Ings.
Subs: Alex Cisak, Junior Stanislas, David Edgar, Michael Kightly, Brian Stock, Kevin Long, Ashley Barnes.
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