Lancashire rivals Burnley and Blackburn will meet on Saturday with both sides in need of the points for different reasons.
The Clarets will enter the weekend top of the pile in the Championship, a point ahead of Hull and Middlesbrough but having played a game more than their rivals.
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The club are in an excellent run of form of late, winning 8 and drawing 3 of their last 11 games. Last time out they came from a goal down away to Bolton to score two goals in the last 12 minutes and pick up all three points.
The win was their third in succession, while the brace for Andre Gray, the club’s top scorer was his first goals since the 1-1 draw away to Sheffield Wednesday.
The league’s top scorer with 20 goals has not scored at home since a penalty in the win over Derby in January, with his last goal from open play at Turf Moor coming in December when he netted a hat-trick against Bristol City.
Thankfully for Sean Dyche, Sam Vokes has hit form in recent weeks scoring three goals in his last five games.
While Blackburn will have their hands full dealing with Vokes and Gray, the club will be full of confidence following a morale boosting 2-1 win over another promotion rival Middlesbrough last time out.
The win made it back to back wins in the league, moving the club up to 16th in the table and onto the magic 40 point mark.
The club have won three and lost two of their last five games and in Danny Graham and Jordi Gomez have two played in good form and capable of causing problems.
Graham has scored two goals in his last three games, the same tally as Gomez and the duo along with Hope Apkan and Tony Watt will be keen to the away side’s hope of another three points.