Leeds’ energetic and pushing style has led to a variety of high-scoring matches this season.
Sean Dyche has no objective of developing a different strategy to cope with Leeds as the Burnley manager is positive his side’s normal approach to matches has shown effective.
Leeds’ energetic and pushing style has led to a variety of high-scoring matches this season with 15 goals in their last 2 getaways alone as a 5-2 win over Newcastle was followed up with a 6-2 defeat at Manchester United.
Burnley have started to turn a corner after a bad start to their Premier League campaign and are unbeaten this month, with 2 wins and 2 draws, and Dyche has faith in their techniques ahead of a journey to Elland Roadway on Sunday.
“I don’t think we’ll prepare too differently,” Dyche stated. “We discovered a constant way of working with the team and when it’s working properly, we have actually shown we can be efficient in the Premier League against numerous different designs.
“Leeds is a different style once again however there are great deals of different designs in the Premier League. They have actually been up and down with a great deal of goals entering however they have actually scored a couple of goals as well.
” We have actually got to capitalise on all the right things and do all the right things we do to win agame That will be our focus.
“We’ll certainly make the players aware of Leeds but we will be focusing on our performance of what we can do and what we’re looking to achieve.”
Leeds have actually yielded a variety of goals from set-pieces this season which appears an area Dyche, who exposed wingers Dwight McNeil and Robbie Brady are doubts for the weekend, is keen to make use of.
“We know Leeds have had some trouble with it this season, but it doesn’t guarantee you anything on the day,” Dyche stated.
“The stats and facts are there for all to see, but really we’ve got to go about the set-piece side of our game in the right manner which we have done and we do look a threat, without a doubt.”
After playing Leeds, Burnley’s next 2 matches are against fellow strugglers Sheffield United and Fulham, both at Grass Moor, however Dyche insists his side will not be taking either gently.
“No matter who you’re playing, everyone’s earned the right to be in the Premier League and if you’re there you must be decent, it’s as simple as that,” Dyche added
” Individuals speak about sides that have actually had battles in the Premier League and may state they’re a bad side– difficult, believe me. If you’re a bad
“You might have bad days or a bad run but it doesn’t make you a bad side. You’ve got to prepare properly for everyone and take them as seriously as the next game, and we do.”
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