Burnley came home from Milton Keynes with a 5-0 win that left home boss Karl Robinson, apart from being deluded enough to think they were the better side in the first half, claiming his players were punch drunk at the end.
Ipswich are the visitors tomorrow for the Clarets and that means a return to Turf Moor for Mick McCarthy who has been with the Tractor Boys just two days less than Sean Dyche has been with the Clarets.
There was no doubt that current Burnley manager came out on top against former Burnley manager today with Burnley beating Bristol City 4-0, and that was reflected in their thoughts at the end of the game.
Steve Bruce and Sean Dyche were both smiling as they came face to face on the touchline before yesterday's game at Hull, but Bruce was the one with a smile on his face at the end with his side hitting three second half goals to take the points.
Burnley took the points with a 4-0 win against Charlton Athletic but the result left Charlton's interim head coach Karel Fraeye disappointed that they didn't get themselves in front during the first half.