Dyche talks before the BurnleyOlympiakos match

first_imgThe Clarets coach is not happy about the field in the Karaiskakis Stadium but believes his team can get a win in Greek landFor Burnley coach Sean Dyche his team has history in the UEFA Europa League.Just this season the team has already beat Scottish Premiership club Aberdeen and Turkis Super Lig side Istanbul Basaksehir.And now, they will play against 44-time Greek champions Olympiakos.The field at the Karaiskakis Stadium is not in the best condition, but Dyche has decided to focus on other things.Burnley FC v Manchester City - Premier LeagueMatch Preview: Burnley vs Liverpool Boro Tanchev – August 30, 2019 Premier League leaders Liverpool travel to Burnley for the Matchday 4 of the 2019-20 Premier League campaign.“We’ve had a tough time of it really,” said the Burnley boss to the club’s official website.“There was a lot of noise with the so-called ‘Battle of Britain’ and then Istanbul were very technical.”“This is the prestige of the tournament. Olympiakos have got history here and a deep knowledge of European football and that’s slightly in their favor,” he said.“But we’ve got a freshness to take these challenges on. You want to play teams that challenge you and we take on every game to win and we’ve got that kind of mentality.”“These competitions are to be respected and whatever team we put out tomorrow I expect them to go out and deliver a performance, as we did against the Turkish side,” he added.last_img

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