Burnley pair stepping out

Latest youth products ready for first-team action at Barrow

Burnley boss Eddie Howe has overseen a clear out of the old guard at promotion hopefuls Burnley

Joe Jackson and Alex-Ray Harvey have joined Barrow on loan Burnley boss Eddie Howe has confirmed.

The pair are the latest promising youngsters to leave the club temporarily in search of first-team action.

They follow reserves skipper David Lynch who has joined his cousin Chris Lynch, also a former Burnley player, at Stalybridge on Monday.

And the pair are hoping to be available for the game against Fleetwood, fresh from their FA Cup derby against Blackpool, on Tuesday.

"It is important for them to get some first-team football experience to further their development," said Howe.

"We have been keen to give as many as possible the chance and moving to Barrow is an ideal opportunity for Joe and Alex to play senior football at the decent level.

"We will closely monitor their progress and wish them well during their time there."