Burnley have Danny Drinkwater and Matej Vydra fit and available for Saturday's Premier League home game with Crystal Palace.

The Clarets have won their previous two games 3-0 and sit seventh in the table heading into the weekend.

Boss Sean Dyche will be forced into one change with midfielder Ashley Westwood suspended after picking up his fifth yellow card of the season in the win at Watford last time out.

Midfielder Drinkwater is fit again after a lengthy time of the sidelines recovering from an ankle injury while Vydra is fit again after a hip problem.

Johann Berg Gudmundsson remains sidelined as he continues to recover from a hamstring problem picked up on international duty with Iceland.

We round up the latest injuries and suspensions from Turf Moor.

Danny Drinkwater

Danny Drinkwater

The midfielder is back in contention for a place in the squad, and possibly the starting XI.

He has yet to feature in the Premier League since joining on loan from Chelsea but has now come through 90 minutes for the Under-23s and in behind closed doors games.

Matej Vydra

Matej Vydra in action against Sunderland

The striker is fit after overcoming a hip problem which sidelined him for the past two weeks.

Given the form of Ashley Barnes and Chris Wood the frontman can be expected to be on the bench at best for the clash with Palace.

Johann Berg Gudmundsson

Johann Berg Gudmundsson

The midfielder remains sidelined with the hamstring injury picked up on international duty with Iceland.

The Clarets winger is now back on the grass and stepping up his recovery but remains a couple of weeks away from full fitness.

Ashley Westwood

Ben Mee and Ashley Westwood of Burnley confront referee Paul Tierney

The midfielder is suspended having collected his fifth yellow card in the win over Watford last weekend.

He will be able to return for Tuesday's game with Man City. James Tarkowski is one booking away from a one-match ban of his own.