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Date of Tips: 21/09/2023
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Vincent Kompany, a Manchester City legend, is set to lead his Burnley team in their battle against Manchester United on Saturday night at Turf Moor in the Premier League. Burnley secured a point from their previous match, a 1-1 draw against Nottingham Forest, while Manchester United faced a 4-3 loss against Bayern Munich in the Champions League.
The match against Nottingham Forest was not without its share of drama for Burnley striker Lyle Foster, who had a late strike disallowed for a contentious handball before receiving a red card from the referee for inflicting an elbow on Ryan Yates moments before the final whistle. Before this, Burnley took the lead against Nottingham Forest through a brilliantly taken Zeki Amdouni effort, only for Callum Hudson-Odoi to equalize for the hosts with a sublime curling effort.
This draw meant that Burnley finally got their first point in the Premier League, having previously lost to Manchester City, Aston Villa, and Tottenham Hotspur. While they have temporarily clambered off the bottom of the table, they remain only one point above Luton Town. Furthermore, Burnley have lost their last five Premier League home games dating back to April 2022, shipping two or more goals in each of those games.
Meanwhile, Manchester United continues to struggle on and off the field. They scored three goals against Bayern Munich on Wednesday evening but it wasn’t enough to claim victory, with Casemiro scoring twice and Rasmus Hojlund netting his first goal for the club. All of Leroy Sane, Serge Gnabry, and new arrival target Harry Kane had already found the back of the net before Casemiro added his second. The final whistle blew soon after Casemiro struck again, this time heading in a free-kick delivered by teammate Bruno Fernandes, leaving Man United to suffer their third successive defeat following losses to Arsenal and Brighton & Hove Albion.
Man United’s on-field issues are mirrored off the field, and manager Erik ten Hag is at risk of losing the dressing room. The Red Devils head into the game without any points on the road this season and having lost four of their last five top-flight away games. However, their five-game unbeaten run against Burnley may provide some reassurance for their travelling fans.
Lyle Foster will serve a three-match ban after receiving a red card in Burnley’s recent match against Nottingham Forest, which means the forward will also miss upcoming fixtures against Salford City and Newcastle United as well. Additionally, Michael Obafemi, Hjalmar Ekdal, and Darko Churlinov will be unavailable for the game, and Vitinho’s knee concern will be assessed in the coming days. Jordan Beyer should be fine after recovering from cramps. Jay Rodriguez will replace Foster, while Aaron Ramsey, Mike Tresor, Anass Zaroury, and Benson Manuel will compete to start in the final third.
Manchester United have 11 absentees, with Raphael Varane and Mason Mount returning to team training this week. Luke Shaw, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Tyrell Malacia, and Amad Diallo remain out of contention, as do wingers Antony and Jadon Sancho.
Due to a minor muscular issue, Harry Maguire was not able to join the trip to Munich. The possibility of his recovery before the upcoming showdown is uncertain, which puts Ten Hag in a difficult position as he has limited options for change.
Trafford; Roberts, Al-Dakhil, O’Shea, Taylor; Cullen, Brownhill; Zaroury, Ramsey, Koleosho; Amdouni
Onana; Dalot, Varane, Martinez, Reguilon; Casemiro, McTominay; Garnacho, Fernandes, Rashford; Hojlund
With Manchester United facing various crises, including injuries, off-the-pitch scandals, and defensive frailties, Burnley could not have a better chance to face them. Ten Hag is facing difficulties with his preparations yet again, which may work in Burnley’s favour.
Although Burnley’s home ground is known for conceding goals easily, the same can be said for the Red Devils. However, Manchester United’s attacking prowess can match Burnley’s firepower, making the away win an attainable goal.