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Burnley will be looking to inflict more pain on a Manchester United side who have made an awful start to the season.

Sean Dyche’s men themselves are yet to get off the mark, having lost at home to Chelsea and at Swansea City last weekend.

Nathan Dyer scored the game’s only goal, finishing off a lovely team move after an assist from the impressive Glyfi Sigurdsson.

Burnley were also eliminated from the Capital One Cup on Tuesday evening, going down to a 1-0 loss at home to Sheffield Wednesday.

If Burnley’s exit was a shock, Manchester United’s was pure embarrassment in the Capital One Cup.

League One MK Dons thrashed the 2012/13 Premier League champions 4-0, with both Will Grieg and Benik Afobe scoring twice.

United drew 1-1 away to Sunderland in the Premier League on the weekend, with Jack Rodwell earning the hosts a point.

Juan Mata had opened the scoring, however Louis Van Gaal’s men couldn’t hold on and the Black Cats were level before half-time.

Manchester United did complete the British transfer record signing of Angel Di Maria on Tuesday, in a rare positive in an awful week.

Burnley stunned Manchester United 1-0 when the pair last met in the Premier League at Turf Moor, with Robbie Blake scoring the winner.

Team news
Burnley are likely to keep faith with the same side that lost at Swansea, meaning Ashley Barnes will remain on the bench.

Stephen Ward will be pushing for a start having signed from Wolves, which would see Michael Duff miss out.

Sam Vokes remains a long-term injury, which means Lukas Jutkiewicz will continue to partner Danny Ings.

Di Maria may not feature for Manchester United, whilst Marcos Rojo’s eligibility is still a doubt.

Chris Smalling went off injured against Sunderland and Jonny Evans will start, despite a horror show at MK Dons.

Ander Herrera will be confident of featuring, meaning Tom Cleverley will miss out for Van Gaal’s men.

Burnley (4-4-2): Heaton, Trippier, Shackell, Duff, Mee, Arfield, Marney, Jones, Taylor, Ings, Jutkiewicz
Manchester United (3-4-1-2): De Gea, Jones, Evans, Blackett, Valencia, Fletcher, Herrera, Young, Mata, Rooney, Van Persie


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