Dyche 'parks' Cup rout to focus on Burnley's league survival

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

I can not give them days off.

While the jury is split on the decision but some people feel that the inexperience of the Reds could eventually cost them the title.

Manchester City booked their place in the FA Cup fifth round with a straightforward 5-0 victory over fellow Premier League side Burnley. The EFL Cup and the FA Cup look like they are going City's way, while it might be a hard, yet doable, job to catch up with the Merseyside Reds in the league.

"If not, it's nearly over". "He has the quality to play every game when (getting into) this team is too hard because we have wonderful players and everyone deserves to play".

"What should we do, if after we have to win and before we have to win?"

"I could say it's because we played against lower league sides but even in that position you have to score goals, it's never easy".

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"That's why we tried to handle his minutes".

Wolves, who knocked out Liverpool in the third round, rested key players for the game despite not being in genuine danger of relegation in its first season back in the Premier League.

"They will head into next Wednesday's game against Leicester knowing nothing less than three points will do if they want to compete with City and that pressure will mount as the finishing line gets closer".

Dyche, whose side have picked up 10 points from their last four Premier League games to move three points out of the relegation zone, revealed his priorities by ringing the changes for the trip to City. Before that we have plenty of fun and games, as we preside over Sam Ricketts taking on his former club, Wolverhampton Wanderers, in the dugout at Shrewsbury, plus Steve Lovell's return to Swansea, after knocking out Cardiff City in the previous round. "The big clubs, that is the big difference, what are the best clubs in the last decade?"

"They won the title because they're a very good team. We control their counter-attacks better and we concede few set pieces and we attack more fluently". "It's the only way I understand when you are in four competitions". They have everything - but we'll try to use our strengths. "We want to go through and we want to play the later stages".

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