Burnley and Fleetwood Town will come into this after swift returns to the win column with the Championship side set to welcome the League One outfit to Turf Moor with the Clarets still in their record-breaking form in the second tier.
Burnley hammered Huddersfield Town last time out in the league, as Anass Zaroury scored after just four minutes before Connor Roberts and Josh Brownhill added goals each in the first half. Michael Obafemi scored in the 74th minute of the game to end the game with three points, a 4-0 scoreline and a 19-point gap on third-placed Middlesbrough.
Now, in reality, it should be near enough impossible to see Burnley drop their lead on top spot and at the very least, one place in the automatic promotion spots back into the Premier League seems all but certain.
Vincent Kompany's revolution at Burnley has also seen the Clarets lose just three times on the domestic front all season long, as Manchester United beat them 3-0 in the EFL Cup final while they've lost only twice in the Championship. They have still drawn 10 games, but in winning 22 times, Kompany's men have scored 68 goals and let in 28.
As for Fleetwood, they are on a stunning six games without a loss in all competitions that has also seen them beat the League One league leaders Sheffield Wednesday in the FA Cup and draw 0-0 with promotion hopefuls, Plymouth Argyle. A 1-0 win has also come against Peterborough United, Cambridge United and Morecambe in recent weeks.
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