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Watch Reserves Tonight Against Liverpool on TV

Watch Reserves Tonight Against Liverpool on TV

Burnley Reserves were originally scheduled to play their home fixture against Liverpool Reserves at Accrington Stanley's Crown Ground back in February but it was postponed at the last moment.

The fixture is now being played tonight at Turf Moor and will kick off at 7pm. There is however a bonus for Clarets fans who will not be able to go to the game.

The whole 90 minutes is being recorded by Liverpool FC TV and will be shown on their 'Reds In Reserve' programme starting at 10pm tonight (Friday 16th April)

If you have Sky (Channel 434) or Virgin(Channel 544) you will be able to tune in and watch the match albeit with a biased Scouse commentary!


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Writer:turfmanphil
Date:Friday April 16 2010
Time: 3:23PM

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I'll record this and hope that I don't end up watching and listening to Ian St John like last time.
WelshClaret
16/04/2010 15:27:00
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Will be good to see the second string. I enjoyed watching the earlier away fixture at Prenton Park on TV with Owen Coyle playing and proving he was crap! Just missed out on a point when Liverpool scored from a free kick in added time to win 1-0. Lund in goal was making his debut and looked on form
turfmanphil
16/04/2010 15:29:00
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Already set my reminder for this, I was hoping to go on but my mate let me down :-( at least we get to watch it.
8clarets8
16/04/2010 15:31:00
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team line-ups for this:Burnley: Daniel MacDonald, Benjamin Hoskin, Jake McEneaney, Christopher Anderson, Kevin Long, Neil Yadolahi, Adam Kay, Alex-Ray Harvey, Frederic Nimani, Wes Fletcher, Alex MacDonald Subs: Diego Penny, Dominic Knowles, Michael King, Joe McKee, Curtis Woods Liverpool: Martin Hansen, Steven Irwin, Alex Cooper, Victor Palsson, Chris Mavinga Francisco Duran, Lauri Dalla Valle, David Amoo, Nikola Saric, Damien Plessis, Gerardo Bruna Subs: Jakub Sokolik, Deale Chamberlain, Jordy Brouwer, Nicolaj Kohlert, Alex Kacaniklic
8clarets8
16/04/2010 17:07:00
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17 year old centre back makes his Clarets Reserve debut, D Macdonald is in goal ahead of Penny.
8clarets8
16/04/2010 17:11:00
0
Damn I missed the debuts name ;-) Yadolahi
8clarets8
16/04/2010 17:12:00
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Some interesting names in Liverpool's team - good to see them giving local youngsters a chance. Might tune in to this after Ashes to Ashes though will have to turn the sound down. Gillespie, Hansen, Beglin, Thompson, McMananananaman - every station has a Liverpool player on hand to spout Red rubbish.
RickersTwickers
16/04/2010 18:05:00
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Thanks RT I'd forgotten about ashes to ashes. That's my weekend part sorted bottle of chablis in front of tele ashes to ashes followed by the reserve game and then Sunderland tomorrow.
sheclaret
16/04/2010 18:37:00
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Good for you SheC. With all the shift work you do you deserve a good weekend.
RickersTwickers
16/04/2010 20:45:00
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Burnley 2-0 up with in the first ten minutes goals from Yadolahi stroke A MacDonald debatable, Second goal from Nimani from corners something the first team have yet to do.
8clarets8
16/04/2010 22:16:00
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