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Burnley take on Millwall

Burnley take on Millwall

9:47am 2nd October 2010
(Updated 10:18am 2nd October 2010)

Burnley boss Brian Laws could name an unchanged side for the trip to Millwall later.

There are no new injury worries with Ross Wallace and Graham Alexander both hoping for a recall.

Laws says he's been encouraged by performances on the road despite the lack of a win...

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