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17 August 2015

'Keeper looking to make it a hat-trick of Portman Road victories as Sean Dyche's Clarets visit Suffolk looking for their first win of the season

  • 'Keeper ready for Burnley test
  • Looking for third Portman Road win of the week
  • Praise the support of the Blue Army 

Bartosz Bialkowski is looking for Town to continue the bright start to the season, by recording a third Portman Road victory in seven days.

The Blues saw off Sheffield Wednesday at the weekend, having also beaten Stevenage in the Capital One Cup the Tuesday prior.

Mick McCarthy’s side now welcome Burnley to Suffolk tomorrow evening, with the Town ‘keeper excited to go head-to-head with a potential promotion rival.

“We’re in good form at the minute and we enjoy playing at Portman Road,” Bart told the official Club website.

“It’s another home game in front of our fans and their superb support, so hopefully we can get another win under our belts.

“Burnley will be another tough opponent for us, especially having come down from the Premier League and having some very good players, but we do as well so it should be a good game.

“Our aim is to get promoted and to do that, you have to test yourselves against the best teams and beat them.

“The League is so tight you would expect a whole host of teams to think they can get promoted too.

“So we know it won’t be easy but one thing I can promise the supporters is that we will be up for it and we will be fighting in every single game to try and achieve our aims.” 

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