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Pre-match press conference: Sean Dyche v West Ham Utd


Filed: Friday, 2nd November 2018
By: Staff Writer


Sean Dyche says he expects several of his recently sidelined players to return ahead of Saturday's trip to West Ham.

The Burnley boss has been training without several first team stars due to a succession of minor injuries and an illness which has swept through the Clarets camp this week.

However most are expected to return in time for Saturday's clash at the Olympic Stadium, according to the manager.

Hear what else Dyche had to say ahead of this weekend's Premier League clash below...








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