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Clarets give Hull what "four"

Clarets give Hull what "four"

11:04am 29th September 2010
(Updated 11:05am 29th September 2010)


Chris Eagles and Chris Iwellumo both bagged a brace as Burnley thrashed Hull City 4-0 at Turf Moor last night.

The result takes the clarets up to fifth in the Championship table and only two points off second place.

Speaking to the clubs website boss Brian Laws says he's delighted with his sides fourth clean sheet on the bounce.

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