Defender Luke O'Neill has signed a new two-year deal with the promoted Clarets
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Danny Ings is adamant that Championship table-toppers Burnley will extend their unbeaten home run and book a place in the League Cup's last eight at the expense of West Ham.
– Burnley striker Danny Ings
I'm sure we're going to beat them.
I'm really confident about that game. I'm sure with the confidence we've got at the moment we can turn anyone over.
The crowd have been great getting behind us and it seems to be getting louder and louder.
I was the guy who threw the bottle at Joey Barton.
QPR lost their unbeaten league record at league leaders Burnley on Saturday and Joey Barton was struck by a bottle of coke thrown at him by home supporters.
It was the only negative for Burnley after another impressive performance at Turf Moor.
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.