United will be looking to bounce back after a disappointing result against the Hammers
Sam Allardyce labelled Manchester United a long ball side following the Red Devils comeback against West Ham at the weekend and you’d expect that criticism might be playing on the minds of a few of the United line-up in this clash.
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But Burnley provide, perhaps, the perfect opposition in a situation like this with United having won six of their last seven home matches whilst the Clarets have yet to win in ten of their previous 11 away performances.
This is how we think Louis van Gaal will select his side against Sean Dyche:
GK: David de Gea
Kept United in it against the Hammers and you suspect Victor Valdes will have to be happy with his bit part role as the former Atletico man continues his impressive form.
RB: Antonio Valencia
Has looked secure at the back all season for the Red Devils, and whilst Ashley Young has been competing for his place, in a flat back four you’d expect the Ecuadorian would be the way to go.