Burnley remain on to of the Championship – just – however the Clarets face a tricky test away at Huddersfield on Saturday after the Terriers picked up a vital three points away at Sheffield Wednesday last time out.
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After a rip-roaring start to the campaign, Burnley have allowed others to close in on them following a run of three successive draws against Millwall, Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest.
While Burnley current stuttering shouldn’t be any cause to panic, Leicester and QPR are now sitting level with the league leaders on 35 points, and a slip up this weekend will likely see Burnley lose top billing in the division.
Yet the Clarets will be confident they have enough talent to turn the tide at The John Smith’s Stadium. Burley have the division’s best strikeforce, with Danny Ings and Sam Vokes having amassed 23 goals between them already this season. Moreover, the Clarets have an impressive away record this season with five wins, two draw and one defeat under their belt away from home.
Huddersfield, though, beat Burnley home and away last season, and Mark Robins will be hoping his side can build on their good performance at Hillsborough.
With the likes of Adam Hammil, Sean Scannell and James Vaughan in their side, Huddersfield have enough talent to prise open Burnley.
The match also has an interesting sideline, with Scott Arfield a former Terrier and Martin Paterson, a former Claret lining up against each other.