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PRESSURE is mounting on Erik ten Hag as Manchester United face Premier League strugglers Burnley TONIGHT.

The Red Devils suffered a 4-3 defeat in their opening 2023/24 Champions League encounter against Bayern Munich.

And fans are beginning to question the signing of goalkeeper Andre Onana who has now conceded three or more in his last three outings.

However, United have a huge opportunity to turn their fortunes around as they take on a Burnley side that sits 19th in the table.

  • Kick-off: 8pm BST
  • TV channel/ live stream: TNT Sports 1
  • Burnley XI: Team news to follow…
  • Man Utd XI: Team news to follow…


Follow ALL of the latest updates below…

  • By Sam Dymond

    Raphael boost for Red Devils

    Confirmation of tonight's starting line-ups is still a few minutes away, but the whispers circulating around the press box at Turf Moor is that Raphael Varane is in the visitors' matchday squad.

    Will the Frenchman start for Manchester United?

  • By Sam Dymond

    Burnley bigger than threes for win

    Vincent Kompany's Clarets are without a win since they returned to the Premier League in style, and it's for that reason that the bookmakers have chalked them up a tempting 100/30 to see off odds-on Manchester United this evening.

    • Burnley win 100/30
    • Draw 14/5
    • Man Utd win 3/4

    Odds from Paddy Power correct at the time of post publication.

    Good evening from Turf Moor

    Welcome to live SunSport coverage of Burnley against Manchester United in the Premier League.

    A home defeat to Brighton on the Saturday, a midweek mauling in the Champions League, and reports of squad unrest, it's been just another seven days in the recent history of the Red Devils.

    And yet here's an opportunity for Erik ten Hag's men to at least put a degree of respectability on the week that's been with a win at their newly-promoted near-neighbours.

    The Old Trafford outfit could be boosted by the return of both Raphael Varane and Mason Mount after injury, while deadline day loan signing Sofyan Amrabat could be in line for his first appearance for the club.

    Vincent Kompany's Clarets, meanwhile, will be without their main striking option Lyle Foster, who begins a three-match suspension following his red card for violent conduct at Nottingham Forest on Monday.

    It's a lesser-seen Saturday 8pm kick-off in Lancashire this evening, and team news will be with us shortly.

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