Cape Town - Burnley will look to striker Danny Ings to provide their main
attacking threat when they travel to face Liverpool at Anfield on Wednesday.
The England Under-21 international has been strongly linked with a
move to Liverpool at the end of the season when his contract at Burnley
Sean Dyche, Burnley's manager, expects the 22-year-old to play his
"His determination has been there for all to see," Dyche
"I think he has been delivering good performances no matter
what. He had the one quiet one, and other than that, he has been very good in
his performance level, very good around the group and wants to do well for this
football club. The rest will take care of itself.
Burnley took points from trips to Manchester City and Chelsea and
Dyche reckons that mentality gives them hope ahead of facing Liverpool.
"The weight of expectation is on who we're playing against
because it's Liverpool," Dyche said.
"All the world is thinking they'll win but it's not that
"We know what a good side they are.
"They've spent a lot of money on players and it's taken a
while to come together but since Christmas, you can see that's started to
The match kicks off at 22:00.