New loan signing Georges-Kevin Nkoudou will go straight into the Burnley squad at Crystal Palace. But Sean Dyche will have to make a decision as to whether the Spurs winger starts or features from the bench. The France Under 21 wideman agreed a switch to the end of the season, and he could make his debut against the Eagles. Dyche, asked whether he is ready to play, said: “Possibly. He has been bright in training. “He has a thirst for it, because he has waited a long time.
: “It’s not ideal. But a few making their way back. “I think Scott Arfield will probably be the closest, touch and go. “Tarky should be fine. Ben Mee had a niggle but should be fine. “Kevin Long had a niggle but should be fine. “Chris Wood is not quite there yet. Wardy is making good progress. “Robbie and Tom are making good progress but are long term.”Arfield is out of contract in the summer and is being linked with a number of Premier League clubs in the January transfer window.
And in terms of distance covered in the league this season, the Clarets aren’t lagging too far behind Tottenham at the right end either. Sean Dyche’s side are sixth in the most recent figures, with 2,500km, with Spurs third with 2,519.5km, behind leaders Bournemouth (2,536.5km).
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