Three to see!


Against a side that are scoring plenty, Robert Green needs to be on top of his game and thankfully he's the form goalkeeper of the Championship. His condfidence must be sky high after breaking the club record of eight clean sheets. To keep a clen sheet at Burnley would be outstanding but the form he's in and that of the defence, there is no reason why not. The goals at Millwall were not his fault but he'll feel he could have done better, all keepers do!

    He has told us he is doing extra training and that is showing in games. He is certain every ball he goes for he's going to get and he does so most of the time. He's a lot more vocal and that can only make the defence tighter.


   All eyes will be on Charlie Austin on his return to his former club; and look at the form he's in! He has scored in the last four games and that's exactly why Harry brought him in. The bonus is he's knows the Clarets way of playing and he'd have taken the defenders on in training and he'll know the strengths and weaknesses.

   I'm certain he'll score on his return to his former club; the question has to be if he'll be alone or have another striker to help him hit the back of the net? If he does I wouldn't discount a hat trick!



   I have to say every time I see Nico Kranjcar play he just gets better and better! His goal against Millwall last week was nothing more than he desrved after all the work work he's put in. The other thing I really like about him is he loves a good tackle and he really can tackle!

   Harry knew what he was getting with the Croatia International after working with him at two previous clubs and he could end up being the bargain of the season.

    At twenty nine he is in the prime of his football career and he's wearing the blue and white hoops; let's hope he shows the Turf Moor crowd just what he can do!

The Wig