Real nameDanny Ings
Age26 (Born 23 Jul, 1992)
Height5ft 10in (1.78m)
Weight11st 6lb (72.56kg)
Place of birth
Date Signed08 Jun, 2015


Southampton 08 Aug, 18 Loan 11 (1)60 (0)01 (0)10 (0)0
Liverpool 08 Jun, 15 Free 6 (8)30 (1)01 (3)11 (5)0
Burnley 15 Aug, 11 08 Jun, 15 Signed 99 (23)383 (0)14 (1)40 (0)0
Bournemouth 01 Jul, 09 15 Aug, 11 Trainee 22 (5)70 (0)00 (0)02 (1)1
Totals   £0 138 (37)543 (1)16 (4)63 (6)1
Goals per Game    0.30 0.25 n/a 0.11

Games played by Danny Ings in 2012/2013

ChampionshipTu 23Oct 2012Bristol C3 - 4Burnley
ChampionshipSa 27Oct 2012Cardiff4 - 0Burnley
ChampionshipSa 03Nov 2012Burnley2 - 0Wolves
ChampionshipSa 17Nov 2012Burnley0 - 1Charlton
ChampionshipSa 24Nov 2012Hull0 - 1Burnley
ChampionshipTu 27Nov 2012Barnsley1 - 1Burnley
ChampionshipSu 02Dec 2012Burnley1 - 1Blackburn
ChampionshipSa 08Dec 2012Nottm Forest2 - 0Burnley
ChampionshipSa 15Dec 2012Burnley1 - 1Watford
ChampionshipSa 22Dec 2012Birmingham2 - 2Burnley
1 goal1
ChampionshipWe 26Dec 2012Burnley2 - 0Derby
ChampionshipSa 29Dec 2012Burnley0 - 1Leicester
ChampionshipTu 01Jan 2013Sheff Wed0 - 2Burnley
English FA CupSa 05Jan 2013Barnsley1 - 0Burnley
ChampionshipSa 12Jan 2013Burnley1 - 0C Palace
ChampionshipSa 19Jan 2013Millwall0 - 2Burnley
1 goal1
ChampionshipSa 26Jan 2013Burnley1 - 2Birmingham
ChampionshipSa 02Feb 2013Peterborough2 - 2Burnley
ChampionshipSa 09Feb 2013Bolton2 - 1Burnley
ChampionshipSa 23Feb 2013Brighton1 - 0Burnley
ChampionshipTu 26Feb 2013Burnley0 - 1Huddersfield
ChampionshipSa 02Mar 2013Charlton0 - 1Burnley
ChampionshipTu 05Mar 2013Burnley1 - 1Barnsley
ChampionshipMo 11Mar 2013Burnley0 - 1Hull
ChampionshipSu 17Mar 2013Blackburn1 - 1Burnley
ChampionshipFr 29Mar 2013Watford3 - 3Burnley
ChampionshipMo 01Apr 2013Burnley1 - 1Nottm Forest
ChampionshipSa 06Apr 2013Burnley3 - 1Bristol C
ChampionshipSa 13Apr 2013Blackpool1 - 0Burnley
ChampionshipTu 16Apr 2013Leeds1 - 0Burnley
ChampionshipSa 20Apr 2013Burnley1 - 1Cardiff
ChampionshipSa 27Apr 2013Wolves1 - 2Burnley
1 goal1
ChampionshipSa 04May 2013Burnley2 - 0Ipswich


Match in Focus


Arsenal v Tottenham

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • Arsenal have scored two or more goals in five of their last seven matches
Expert verdict
Arsenal came from behind to get the better of rivals Tottenham in the Premier League earlier this month and should frank the form in their League Cup quarter-final clash. The Gunners’ 22-match unbeaten run finally came to an end at Southampton on Sunday, but the club has been rejuvenated by the arrival of Unai Emery. Spurs lacked the desire of their hosts in the recent 4-2 defeat at the Emirates.


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