Kieran Trippier and Danny Ings in contention for Burnley at Barnsley

TOP scorer Danny Ings and right back Kieran Trippier are set to hand Burnley manager Sean Dyche a double fitness boost at Barnsley tomorrow.

The pair have both missed the last four games through injury, with Ings also sidelined for the visit of Leeds in mid-March after sustaining an ankle knock in the previous game against Birmingham City.

Trippier suffered a hamstring strain against Leeds.

But both mark their return at Oakwell tomorrow, with boss Dyche pleased with their progress in training over recent days.

"Tripps has come through another few days' training. Danny Ings has been back on the grass for five or six days," said Dyche, who confirmed they would both come into contention.

Dean Marney is set to go straight back into the side after completing his two-match ban, while midfield partner David Jones is available after being withdrawn in the 75th minute of Saturday's 1-1 draw at Watford through illness.

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6:31pm Mon 7 Apr 14

McClaret says...

TurfMoortom writes, what a shame this is just not fair boohoohoo.

Brilliant news and no reason to risk them should it not be necessary. Neither Derby or QPR have easy games tomorrow and I don't expect we will get an easy ride at Barnsley, good scrap at the bottom and would expect teams to be fighting hard.
TurfMoortom writes, what a shame this is just not fair boohoohoo. Brilliant news and no reason to risk them should it not be necessary. Neither Derby or QPR have easy games tomorrow and I don't expect we will get an easy ride at Barnsley, good scrap at the bottom and would expect teams to be fighting hard. McClaret
  • Score: 9

6:39pm Mon 7 Apr 14

RobH2O says...

Bloody marvellous news. Use them sparingly though. It would be great to win tomorrow. However, after Barnsley there are 5 games to play. Two wins will do it. Give them half an hour and then run them full on Saturday.
Bloody marvellous news. Use them sparingly though. It would be great to win tomorrow. However, after Barnsley there are 5 games to play. Two wins will do it. Give them half an hour and then run them full on Saturday. RobH2O
  • Score: 14

6:40pm Mon 7 Apr 14

twquick says...

McClaret wrote:
TurfMoortom writes, what a shame this is just not fair boohoohoo.

Brilliant news and no reason to risk them should it not be necessary. Neither Derby or QPR have easy games tomorrow and I don't expect we will get an easy ride at Barnsley, good scrap at the bottom and would expect teams to be fighting hard.
But Burnley had injuries and that was supposed to derail everything, making all of tommy boys fantasies come true! How dare they come back! Hahaha, GO CLARETS!
[quote][p][bold]McClaret[/bold] wrote: TurfMoortom writes, what a shame this is just not fair boohoohoo. Brilliant news and no reason to risk them should it not be necessary. Neither Derby or QPR have easy games tomorrow and I don't expect we will get an easy ride at Barnsley, good scrap at the bottom and would expect teams to be fighting hard.[/p][/quote]But Burnley had injuries and that was supposed to derail everything, making all of tommy boys fantasies come true! How dare they come back! Hahaha, GO CLARETS! twquick
  • Score: 11

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