Sean Dyche insists the promoted duo Leiceister and Burnley have been rewarded for their faith in continuity
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Former Burnley captain, Clarke Carlisle, talks to Granada about his new book: You don't know me but ... A Footballer's Life.
The ITV co-commentator talks of alcoholism, his attempted suicide, his fall-out with old boss Kevin Blackwell, and his anger at Rio Ferdinand over the Kick It Out campaign.
CORRECTION: BURNLEY: Heaton, Trippier, Mee, Shackell, Duff, Jones, Marney, Arfield, Kightly, Vokes, Ings
ROVERS: Kean, Kane, Dann, Hanley, Spurr, Lowe, Evans, Marshall, Cairney, King, Rhodes.
Two goals in the space of five first-half minutes gave Burnley a 2-1 win against Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough.
Headed goals from Danny Ings after 33 minutes and Sam Vokes five minutes later won the game but Wednesday created a nervous finish for the Clarets after pulling a goal back on 70 minutes through David Prutton.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche insists there is life after Charlie Austin as his side impressed in a 1-1 draw on the opening day of the Championship season against local rivals Bolton.
– Burnley boss Sean Dyche
They looked really fit and there were good signs. It (the departure of Charlie Austin) has been, it's gone and we move on.
It bodes well for how we think the group is developing. It's one game and we've got so much still to do.
The new Football League season kicks off this weekend.
Sammy McIlroy has been assessing the chances of the north west's Championship sides.