Manchester United are going to be looking to form it successive Premier League wins once they visit Turf Moor to face Arsenal on Saturday night.
The Red Devils will enter this weekend’s match off the rear of a 4-1 victory over Newcastle United on Boxing Day,
while Burnley suffered a 1-0 defeat at Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton last outing.
Manchester United have won two of nine away league games this season – and one among those came at Manchester City.
The short trip to Burnley offers an opportunity for United to urge over their travel sickness;
they need lost just one occasion at Turf Moor in 13 visits, a run that dates back to 1968.
Paul Pogba looks set to start out for the primary time since September due to Scott McTominay injuring his knee against Newcastle.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side suffered a dismal defeat to Watford on their last trip away to Old Trafford
but a cushty convert Newcastle United on Boxing Day eased a touch of the pressure growing on the Norwegian.
A trip to Turf Moor under the lights within the middle of a packed fixture schedule are going to be another huge test for his side.
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Arsenal vs Manchester United Team News
Burnley are unlikely to be without the services of either Ben Gibson or Aaron Lennon for Saturday’s match through injury
and illness respectively, but Jeff Hendrick is out there after a one-match ban.
Barnes is predicted to return back to the side having started on the bench against Everton,
while former United midfielder Danny Drinkwater is in contention to feature.
Dyche is probably going to resist the temptation to form wholesale changes, though, with the likes of James Tarkowski,
Wood and Dwight McNeil bound to continue within the starting XI.
As for United, Scott McTominay may be a huge doubt after learning a knee injury against Newcastle,
and it seems unlikely that the Scotland international are going to be fit participate at Turf Moor.
As a result, Paul Pogba could start alongside Fred in central midfield,
while Jesse Lingard is pushing to return to the starting XI at the expense of Andreas Pereira.
Ashley Young for Luke Shaw is another change that would occur at left-back with Solskjaer mindful of the latter’s fitness,
while Mason Greenwood could also drop to the bench despite his excellent form this term.
Like Burnley, though, the majority of the XI is predicted to be an equivalent from Boxing Day,
with in-form pair Rashford and Martial both keeping their spots within the final third of the sector.
Daniel James was rested against Newcastle, meanwhile,
and it seems likely that the Wales international are going to be used from the beginning against Dyche’s team.
Arsenal vs Manchester United Line Up
Pope; Bardsley, Tarkowski, Mee, Taylor; Hendrick, Westwood, Cork, McNeil; Wood, Barnes
Manchester United lineup:
De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Young; Fred, Pogba; Rashford, Lingard, James; Martial
Arsenal vs Manchester United Head to Head
United lead the general head-to-head 61 wins to Burnley’s 44,
with 23 draws also occurring within the 128 clashes between the 2 teams throughout history.
Burnley’s only Premier League victory over the Red Devils was a 1-0 success in August 2009,
with English giants winning five of their nine top-flight fixtures since.
Last season, Romelu Lukaku scored twice and Rashford was sent off during a 2-0 victory at Turf Moor,
which may be a ground where United have triumphed on each of their last three Premier League visits.
How to stream and watch on TV
The match will be televised live on BT Sport 1, with coverage starting from 7pm.
BT Sport subscribers will be able to stream the match online via the video player and the BT Sport app.
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Arsenal vs Manchester United
8:00pm Wednesday 1st January