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Home is where the heart is

When sides come up from The Championship, one of the biggest factors in survival is making your home ground a fortress.

Burnley have struggled with that this season and tonight’s game was a classic example.

On paper, in terms of stats, they were the better side and created far more clear-cut chances than Wolves.

Vincent Kompany’s side just seem to be lacking natural goalscorers in the final third however.

Cherries pick up valuable win

Bournemouth fans will not want to reflect back on that game as a Premier League classic from Andoni Iraola’s side.

However, winning games is what counts at this time of the season.

The Cherries are now only four points behind West Ham in seventh place and European football is not out of the question.

To achieve that would be a huge positive for their first season under their new manager.

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Forest address points deduction

After falling behind to Crystal Palace at home on the weekend, the turnaround by Nuno Espirito-Santo contributed to a big four points in their last two games.

As a result, they are now three points clear of Luton Town, who travel to The Emirates to face Arsenal tomorrow.

It looks like it is going to be a titanic battle to secure Premier League status at the bottom but tonight’s win was a huge statement.