Neil Warnock has said that he was 'not very happy' about Burnley's decision to make six changes in Saturday's clash with Reading.

The veteran Huddersfield Town boss was previewing their trip to Sunderland this evening, and made comment on the Clarets' 0-0 draw with the Royals last week.

Vincent Kompany's league leaders have already wrapped up promotion, and could win the title this week.

Fighting for relegation, just one point separates Warnock's Terriers and Noel Hunt's Reading- with the two meeting in Yorkshire on the final day of the season.

"I watched them when they played at Burnley and I thought they were very very good, should have got something out of the game," he said of the Black Cats. "I don’t think many teams can go there- unless like Saturday they leave quite a lot of numbers out of the team, which I wasn’t very happy about. That’s another story."

Losing 1-0 at Swansea City on Saturday, Huddersfield were on a four-match unbeaten run.

Without a game on Saturday, those around them could put them back into the bottom three, albeit with a game in hand.