Man Utd v Burnley: Back Burnley to bag but Utd too good
Burnley have a good recent record at Old Trafford and should find the net but Man Utd will be too strong, says Paul Higham...
Perception over reality at Ole's Man Utd
Clarets consistently inconsistent
The last five results sum up this inconsistent group, draws with Leicester and Arsenal, a win over Everton then defeats to Southampton and, worst of all, Newcastle! Just two wins out of 12 (D5 L5) after beating Liverpool and Aston Villa back-to-back show that this problem has been going on all season.
Man Utd hugely fancied
Mason Greenwood is likely to start on the bench but after coming on as a sub to assist and then score at Spurs he could still make an impact. He's bagged in his last two Premier League games, and with 13 league goals this season the 19-year-old needs just two more to match Wayne Rooney's record as a goalscoring teenager for the club.