Burnley vs Manchester United – 101 Great Goals prediction: Burnley 0-2 Man United
Manchester United head into the game full of confidence.
Burnley, meanwhile, are without a win in any of their last seven and are likely to struggle against an in-form United side.
Burnley vs Manchester United: Who will win?
Manchester United are strong favourites for the win at 8/15.
Burnley, who are tough to break down at Turf Moor, are 6/1 for the win.
Draw at half-time and Manchester United to win is 3/1.
Antonio Valencia, to score the first goal, as he did against Stoke, is rated at 22/1.Claim a £20 free bet on Burnley vs Man United with Paddy Power.
Burnley vs Man United: Premier League preview
Manchester United take on Burnley at Turf Moor on Saturday.
Jose Mourinho’s side are on a six-game unbeaten run, which includes three consecutive victories and four consecutive clean sheets.
The Red Devils remain 2nd, and closed the gap on league leaders Manchester City after last weekend’s 3-0 win over Stoke.
Antonio Valencia, Anthony Martial and Romelu Lukaku all netted against the Potters.
Burnley have hit a sticky spell
Burnley’s early season form looks to be a thing of the past. Sean Dyche’s men have lost their last three matches and are without a win in any of their previous seven.
The Clarets remain 7th in the table, despite last weekend’s 1-0 defeat at Crystal Palace.
These two sides played out a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford on Boxing Day. Ashley Barnes and Steven Defour gave the Clarets an unlikely 2-0 lead before a Jesse Lingard brace earned United a point.
Swansea City are the only team to scorer fewer home goals than Burnley this season, while Manchester United have taken the second most points away from home.Claim a £100 bet on Burnley vs Manchester United with Royal Panda
Burnley team news vs Man United
Georges-Kevin N’Koudou is in contention to make his first start for the Clarets.
Former Manchester United goalkeeper Tom Heaton remains sidelined with a long-term shoulder injury. Heaton returned to training this week.
Another former United shot-stopper, Anders Lindegaard, could be on the bench.
Chris Wood, Stephen Ward and Scott Arfield are all slight doubts, with the latter the most likely to making a recovery.
A knee injury means Robbie Brady won’t face his boyhood club, although former United defender Phil Bardsley is available.
Man United team news vs Burnley
United will be hoping to complete the Alexis Sanchez deal before the weekend, although it’s unlikely that the Chilean will be registered in time for the weekend.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan won’t feature as his move to Arsenal reportedly draws nearer.
Eric Bailly and Michael Carrick remain out with long-term injuries.
Ashley Young is available again after serving a suspension, while Zlatan Ibrahimovic will miss out with a knee injury.
Chris Smalling should partner Phil Jones at the back – a partnership which flourished earlier in the season.Claim a £30 bet on Burnley vs Man United with Dafabet
Burnley predicted line-up vs Man United
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