KICK off: 8 February after 22:00
Team news: Burnley will have Josh Brownhill back from suspension for Tuesday’s contest, and the midfielder is expected to go straight back into the starting side at Turf Moor. The Clarets will again definitely be missing Matej Vydra and Johann Berg Gudmundsson, while Ashley Barnes and Charlie Taylor could also be unavailable for selection. Dyche is unlikely to make many alterations from the side that started the goalless draw with Watford, but Jay Rodriguez could be introduced alongside Weghorst in the final third, with Maxwel Cornet moving out wide. As for Man United, Jadon Sancho and Bruno Fernandes are expected to overcome issues that they picked up against Middlesbrough, while Jesse Lingard and Edinson Cavani will come back into the squad. Victor Lindelof remains a doubt through illness, though, while Eric Bailly (ankle) and Mason Greenwood (club suspension) will again be unavailable for selection on Tuesday night. Fred and Alex Telles are also out of the contest, having both tested positive for COVID-19. Rangnick will make changes from the side that started in the FA Cup, with David de Gea and Anthony Elanga all in line to return to the first 11, but Luke Shaw and Paul Pogba should keep their spots. Cristiano Ronaldo missed a penalty against Boro on a frustrating night for the Portugal international, but he will again lead the line, with Sancho dropping to the bench to allow Elanga to return.
Prediction: 2
Stake: 8/10
League: England
Result: pending
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