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Rodgers Expecting A Difficult Game vs Burnley

Brendan Rodgers says he's expecting a difficult game on Saturday when Burnley visit the Liberty Stadium.

The Swansea City manager watched his side open their home account with a superb 4-0 win against Preston North End and he'll be looking for a repeat performance tomorrow against Burnley.

Rodgers told the Official Site:

'We know it's going to be difficult but we want to win every game at home,'

'For teams coming to the Liberty we want to make it as difficult as possible, that proved in the first game (against Preston) and we want to continue to do that.

'There's no doubt that we're going to be playing against one of the teams right up there over the course of the season, but it will be about us to make it as difficult as we possibly can.

'I have great confidence that we can do that, and if we win on Saturday it will be a terrific start - four wins from six - which will give us confidence going into our next games.'




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Writer: KevinE Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday August 27 2010

Time: 5:22PM

 

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