West Bromwich Albion play hosts to Burnley on Monday with Slaven Bilic hoping to see his side finally get some points on the board. Burnley are very much sailing in the same boat as Albion, As the Clarets have three straight defeats from their opening three games and boss Sean Dyche will see the match at the Hawthorns as an opportunity to change that. Facing the media this week, Dyche gave his thoughts ahead of the game.
Sean Dyche said “They are a hungry group who want to be in the Premier League. Slaven is a fella I like as a manager and a bloke. If you are having a tough run doesn’t mean the next one will be a tough one. We try and work on a one-game basis. We have to play everyone home and away, we have been here before and we know the challenges. I am never one to worry too much, I am a realist We plan and we re-think and add detail. We look at ourselves and myself with the staff and what we are doing. We add in the challenges of the game we are playing and look to process that together and move forward.”
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