BURNLEY manager Sean Dyche makes three changes to the team which kicked off 2013 with a win at Sheffield Wednesday for this afternoon's FA Cup third round tie at Championship rivals Barnsley.

Goalkeeper Brian Jensen plays his first game since the Carling Cup fourth round defeat at Swindon Town in late September, with Lee Grant rested.

Dean Marney returns to the side after recovering from a thigh injury which ruled him out of the New Year's Day game at Hillsborough. The midfielder replaces Chris McCann, who misses out with a hamstring strain.

A similar problem keeps rules out Martin Paterson at Oakwell.

Keith Treacy, who scored and earned the penalty in the 2-0 win over Wednesday, starts against managerless Barnsley.

Wes Fletcher and January signing Dane Richards are named among the substitutes.

BARNSLEY: Luke Steele, Scott Golbourne, Stephen Dawson, John Stones, Tom Kennedy, Jimmy McNulty, Martin Cranie, David Perkins, Jim O'Brien, Chris Dagnall, Marlon Harewood.

Subs: Ben Alnwick, Stephen Foster, Kelvin Etuhu, Reuben Noble-Lazarus, Bobby Hassell, Danny Rose, Tomasz Cywka.

BURNLEY: Brian Jensen, Kieran Trippier, Michael Duff, Jason Shackell, Danny Lafferty, Dean Marney, Brian Stock, Danny Ings, Ross Wallace, Keith Treacy, Sam Vokes.

Subs: Lee Grant, Junior Stanislas, David Edgar, Luke O'Neill, Marvin Bartley, Dane Richards, Wes Fletcher.