PLAYER RATINGS: Burnley v Sheffield Wednesday

Lancashire Telegraph: Jason Shackell got eight out of 10 Jason Shackell got eight out of 10

BURNLEY reporter Suzanne Geldard gives her ratings for yesterday's 1-1 draw at home to Sheffield Wednesday.

Do you agree with her ratings? Have your say using the comment facility below.

Suzanne Geldard's ratings:

Tom Heaton 7: Burnley bossed it but still had a couple of smart saves to make. Communicated well.

Kieran Trippier 7: Mostly showed why he is billed as the best full back in the division, but switched off for goal.

Michael Duff 7: Did okay in aerial battle with Wickham and dealt with spells of second half pressure.

Jason Shackell 8: Limited Wickham to largely half chances and kept Lavery quiet. Concentrated to resist counters.

Danny Lafferty 7: Backed up Arfield and defended well to thwart Wednesday on the break.

Keith Treacy 8: Good all-round game. Caused Mattock no end of problems and dug in against ball.

Dean Marney 7: Poked a terrific chance wide in first half. Would have capped a good performance.

David Jones 8: Stopped Lee from pulling the trigger with a superb tackle in box and had chance off line.

Scott Arfield 6: A really bright first half but became too casual on the ball on second.

Sam Vokes 8: Scorer was more effective on the deck than in the air against lofty Loovens. Good feet.

Danny Ings 7: Repeatedly got into good areas but couldn't get the breaks. Did everything bar score.

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10:58pm Sun 19 Jan 14

eddyo says...

Fulham will make a £4m bid for prolific Burnley striker Danny Ings.
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They are wasting their time. He is not for sale at half the price!
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We are not a selling club.
Fulham will make a £4m bid for prolific Burnley striker Danny Ings. " They are wasting their time. He is not for sale at half the price! * We are not a selling club. eddyo

10:11am Mon 20 Jan 14

midas says...

Duff was caught on his heels for their goal. he turned anti-clockwise and was facing the goal, unable to attack the downward header and clear. If he hadn't turned his back on the ball he would have been able to head it clear!! Other than that - all credit to Kirkland and the Wednesday defence, they put their bodies on "the line"!
Duff was caught on his heels for their goal. he turned anti-clockwise and was facing the goal, unable to attack the downward header and clear. If he hadn't turned his back on the ball he would have been able to head it clear!! Other than that - all credit to Kirkland and the Wednesday defence, they put their bodies on "the line"! midas

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