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Mixed feelings for Burnley after QPR draw

BURNLEY boss Sean Dyche had mixed feelings after his side claimed a 3-3 draw at second-placed QPR – but had chances to win the game.

QPR secured a point thanks to Modibo Maiga’s 79th-minute equaliser after a goal from Danny Ings and a brace from strike partner Sam Vokes had put the Clarets 3-2 up.

Ings even had a chance to make it 4-2 but Dyche was happy with his side’s display, which kept them third in the Championship table – three points behind QPR.

“We go to win every game and that was absolutely evident today,” said the Clarets boss.

“It was a great performance. That’s a great marker for us, to take four points off the pre-seson favourites, arguably the market leaders.

“We’ve earned the right to be where we are.”

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7:44pm Sat 1 Feb 14

earwego says...

As much as it hurts to say so I thought Burnley deserved to win today they were the better team over 90 mins. I thought QPR started well but.were poor at the beginning of the second half and your guys made them pay. Credit where credit is due,but automatic promotion seems to be drifting away.You should make the play-offs. Perhaps both teams making the play-offs may yet be a possibility.
As much as it hurts to say so I thought Burnley deserved to win today they were the better team over 90 mins. I thought QPR started well but.were poor at the beginning of the second half and your guys made them pay. Credit where credit is due,but automatic promotion seems to be drifting away.You should make the play-offs. Perhaps both teams making the play-offs may yet be a possibility. earwego
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2:23am Sun 2 Feb 14

twquick says...

Milwall and Bolton next, that's 6 points the Clarets really need.
Milwall and Bolton next, that's 6 points the Clarets really need. twquick
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