MANCHESTER UNITED are hosting Burnley in the Premier League as the Red Devils attempt to make an unlikely title charge.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side were brilliant in their 3-1 win over Tottenham last weekend and will be looking to continue their fine form in the league against the Clarets.
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Marcus Rashford is expected to be fit for this clash, despite being left on the bench for the win over Granada.
Anthony Martial remains out and that could give Edinson Cavani another chance to lead the line.
Eric Bailly and Phil Jones are missing for the hosts, while Dean Henderson is expected to reclaim his place between the sticks.
Nick Pope is a fitness worry for the Clarets, who may have to start No2 Bailey Peacock-Farrell if the England man can't go.
Ashley Barnes, Robbie Brady and Dwight McNeil are all set to miss out.
*Odds courtesy of Paddy Power and correct at time of publication.
And welcome to the live blog for Man Utd vs Burnley!
Ole Gunnar Solksjaer's men could take another big step towards confirming their place inside the top four and qualifying for next season's Champions League if they beat Burnley today.
The Red Devils beat Jose Mourinho's Tottenham 3-1 last week, dealing a blow to Spurs' top-four ambitions.
Man Utd are currently on 63 points with seven games to go, and they're eight points clear of 4th place West Ham with a game in hand.
Burnley, on the other hand, are down in 17th place on 33 points, just above the relegation zone.
They do, however, have two games in hand on 18th place Fulham and one game in hand on now-relegated Sheffield United.
In terms of team news, Man Utd starman Marcus Rashford was left on the bench for last Thursday's Europa League second leg quarter-final.
But the forward should be ok to start today.
Centre-back duo Eric Bailly and Phil Jones will miss today's game alongside Anthony Martial.
And Edinson Cavani is set to keep in his upfront after scoring in both of his last two appearances.
As for Burnley, Ashley Barnes, Robbie Brady and Kevin Long will all miss out.
Jay Rodriguez could return for the visitors, adding some much-needed firepower upfront.
The teamsheets are due to be released in half an hour so don't go anywhere!