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Matchday live: Burnley v Sheffield Wednesday
Updated 4:57pm Saturday 18th January 2014 in Sport
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- Burnley are unchanged for the visit of Sheffield Wednesday
Ings terrific effort tipped over at the death.
Full-time: Burnley 1, Sheffield Wednesday 1
Wednesday sub: McCabe for Maguire
Ings against the post. Then denied by Kirkland
Another Trippier ball, Ings fluffs a volley from six yards
Jones corner, drops for Duff, defender's right foot shot clears the bar
Tripper cross headed behind byPalmer
Wednesday sub: Helam for Lavery
Barnes making his home debut, replacing Treacy
Burnley grateful that Wickham was selfish. Wednesday broke in numbers but he put shot wide
Mattock booked for bringing down Treacy in full flight on the right touchline
Maguire booked for diving in the penalty area under Shackell's challenge
Arfield drives across face of goal. Ings was square and unmarked
Trippier plays it back to Duff, high ball into box, headed by Ings, saved comfortably by Kirkland
Sheffield Wed sub: Nuhiu for Maghoma
Vokes lays off to Jones in box - first shot headed off the line by Palmer, follow-up deflected
Treacy free kick, after foul on Marney, headed over by Duff in the box
Ings volleys wide across face of goal. Instinctive effort
Lavery shot looped up off Duff, Heaton saved
Wednesday getting plenty of men behind the ball
No significant opening for either team yet
Second half under way
Half-time: Burnley 1, Sheffield Wednesday 1
Wickham free kick into the box was twice headed on and Maguire volleyed in from close range at the left hand post on the stroke of half-time. Defence just switched off
Marney's clever chipped ball just outside the area was controlled by Vokes and slotted past Kirkland. Goal had been coming for Clarets
Mattock heads corner wide at far right post
Brilliant block by Shackell from Wickham in the box.
Heaton tips low Wickham drive around the post
Treacy thunders a low cross across face of goal, beats everyone in the box and goes through Shackell's legs at the other side
Pressure building from Burnley. Corner
Jones curls free kick straight at Kirkland, who releases ball quickly but Burnley get it back
Mattock takes Treacy's ankles in a terrible challenge from behind. Incredibly no booking. Treacy back on his feet, no treatment required
Vokes thinks about the shot after Trippier's looping throw drops to him, selflessly lays off to Marney to his right in the box. Midfielder prods just wide with outside of right boot. Should have scored
Treacy burst down the right causes linesman to lose his flag, Vokes shoots after receiving cross, canons off Ings and behind
Kirkland long kick, flicked on by Wickham to Lavery, who fired just wide across goal
Ings through on goal but had narrowly mis-timed his run. Flag up
Ings controls Treacy's header, turns onto his left foot, shoots Kirkland tips over
Wickham blatantly handles Heaton long kick - arms over his head - no booking
Jones perfectly timed challenge in the box as Lee was about to pull the trigger
New Wednesday signing Onyewu missed a headed clearance from Vokes' looping header forward to give Ings the initial opening
Wicked cross from Treacy for Vokes is well defended but Burnley come again.
Arfield has a diagonal run cut out.
Ings clips ball against keeper, Treacy follows up, shot deflected away from empty net
Wednesday playing Burnley at their own pressing game at the moment, making it difficult for either side to advance
A minute's silence for 'In Memorium 2014' has just taken place.
Game underway now
BURNLEY are unchanged for this afternoon's home game with Sheffield Wednesday.
Keith Treacy starts for the fifth straight game, marking the winger's longest run in the team for more than two years, while new signing Ashley Barnes is again named on the bench.
Strikers Danny Ings and Sam Vokes responded to the front man's arrival from Brighton last week with a goal each in either half to secure a 2-1 win at Huish Park.
Sheffield Wednesday have picked up under caretaker boss Stuart Gray - a former Clarets coach.
The Owls have not lost in their last seven visits to Turf moor, where Burnley are unbeaten in the league since March.
SHEFFIELD WEDNESDAY: Chris Kirkland, Liam Palmer, Oguchi Onyewu, Glenn Loovens, Joe Mattock, Kieran Lee, Jose Semedo, Chris Maguire, Jacques Maghoma, Connor Wickham, Caolan Lavery.
Subs: Damien Martinez, Rhys McCabe, Stephen McPhail, Miguel Llera, Jermaine Johnson, Jeremy Helan, Atdhe Nuhiu.
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, Kevin Long, Brian Stock, Michael Kightly, Junior Stanislas, David Edgar, Ashley Barnes.
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