MANCHESTER UNITED look to maintain their push for a top four finish in the Premier League when they take on Burnley this weekend.
Jose Mourinho takes his side to Turf Moor on Sunday knowing victory will take them within a point of Manchester City in the final Champions League position.
The 2-0 win over Chelsea has given United fresh hope they can secure a return to Europe’s biggest stage next season and a win will leave them within touching distance of the top four.
But Burnley have been hard to beat at home this season and boss Sean Dyche will want to put one over their local rivals.
Where can I watch Burnley vs Manchester United?
The match will be shown live on Sky Sports 1 with coverage starting at 1.30pm on Sunday 23 April, kick-off at 2.30pm. The game will also be streamed on Sky Go for subscribers.
Alternatively you can follow all the latest team news and match action on our live blog.
What is the latest Burnley team news?
Striker Sam Vokes is a concern for Burnley after suffering a hamstring injury in last week’s 3-1 defeat at Everton.
Scott Arfield is struggling to overcome a knee injury while Johann Gudmundsson is still not sure he will prove his fitness from a knee injury in time to figure.
What is the latest Manchester United team news?
Zlatan Ibrahimovic could be out for the rest of the season after appearing to hyper-extend his right leg in the Europa League quarter-final win over Anderlecht.
United are already without defenders Phil Jones and Chris Smalling through injury, while Juan Mata is unlikely to play again this season after a groin operation.
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Burnley have been so strong at home they will always fancy their chances, but Sean Dyche’s squad lacks the depth of others in the top flight and is starting to look tired after their excellent efforts over the season.
United were so impressive against Chelsea and look to be getting a head of steam up at just the right time in the season to snatch a top four finish.
They have had a tough schedule and will be coming off the back of the Anderlecht game on Thursday, but United should still have enough to get the win.
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