34′ Brady whips in the resulting free-kick, and somehow it evades everyone in the box and fizzes wide of De Gea’s far post. 

L. Shaw

Yellow Card

Manchester United

32′ After consulting VAR, Burnley are awarded a free-kick just outside the United box and Shaw is shown a yellow card. Brady’s initial booking has also been rescinded.

30′ VAR are also looking at that earlier challenge from Shaw on Gudmundsson. He looked to catch the Burnley midfielder quite high with a late tackle and could be in trouble himself here. 

27′ After Gudmundsson looked to fouled at one end, United break quickly as Fernandes fires a searching throughball forward. Mee misjudges the pass, allowing Cavani to get in behind. On the cover, Brady gets across and fouls the United striker. He is initially shown a yellow, but the incident has gone to VAR.

25′ NOT FAR AWAY! Burnley lose the ball deep inside their own half following a throw-in. Matic plays a first-time pass into the path of Martial, who curls a left-footed strike fractionally wide of Pope’s far post from the edge of the penalty area. 

24′ Fernandes sends a lofted throughball down the right flank for Rashford to chase. The Englishman does well initially to hold off Pieters, but is eventually outnumbered and loses possession.  

22′ CLOSE! A poor touch from Fernandes sees Burnley regain possession high up the pitch. After some clever passes, Barnes steers the ball into the path of Wood, and his strike from the edge of the box loops up off Bailly and drops just over the bar. De Gea was totally wrong-footed there. 

21′ Having lost their first Premier League away game against Burnley in August 2009, United have avoided defeat in each of their last five visits to Turf Moor, keeping a clean sheet each time. 

19′ BLOCK! Rashford cuts inside of Pieters before laying Fernades in behind. The Portuguese international cuts back onto his right foot, and clips an edge-of-the-foot cross into the box. Martial peels away from his marker, but sees his overhead kick blocked by Mee. 

17′ CHANCE! Shaw finds a yard of space down the left flank and drives a low cross into the box. Fernandes meets the delivery following Martial’s clever dummy, and fires a first-time shot straight at Pope.

15′ The Red Devils are just starting to find their feet at Turf Moor. The away side are knocking the ball around confidently inside the Burnley half as they patiently look to carve out an opening.  

13′ A loose ball drops to Mee, who, from some range, opts to try his luck. The defender’s ambitious strike sails well wide of De Gea’s goal. 

12′ Barnes looks to latch onto Pope’s long, searching clearance, but is pushed to the floor from behind by Pogba. Free-kick Burnley just inside the United half.  

10′ The home side are winning a lot of aerial balls deep inside the visitors’ half. Wood rises above Pogba to cushion it down for Brady, and his strike from range is blocked by Bailly.

8′ Neither side have been able to find their rhythm in the opening stages of the match due to a succession of early fouls. This time, Fernandes is pushed from behind by Pieters and the decision goes United’s way. 

7′ Gudmundsson again cuts inside and onto his left foot, before lofting a diagonal cross into the United box. Wood beats Wan-Bissaka to the first ball, before Barnes impedes Maguire in seeking to latch onto the knockdown.  

6′ From deep, Shaw whips a low cross into the hosts’ area, and it cannons up into the air off Mee. Martial climbs over the back of Westwood to win the ball and concedes a free-kick. 

4′ The Clarets have started well here. Gudmundsson cuts in from the right-hand side of the field and lashes a fiercely-struck effort straight at Maguire.

3′ Fernandes is clipped on the halfway line by Brady, and United are awarded a free-kick.

1′ OVER! Straight from kick off, Lowton launches a long pass forward which Barnes is able to nod down. Brady latches onto the loose ball and fires over the bar from the edge of the box.  

1′ Kick off! The referee, Kevin Friend, blows his whistle and Burnley get the game underway.  

The teams are out, and kick-off will soon be upon us here at Turf Moor.

Burnley won 2-0 at Old Trafford in their last Premier League meeting with United. They have not won consecutive league games against the Red Devils since September 1968.

Sean Dyche’s team head into this match having lost just one of their last six top-flight matches. Moreover, the Clarets have not been defeated in any of their previous four home fixtures. Heading into this game, Burnley sit 16th in the table, four points ahead of 18th-placed Fulham. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side, on the other hand, have the chance to go top with a victory over their hosts. The Red Devils have won five of their last six away matches, and will be looking to extend that run and go three points clear of Liverpool. 

There is only one change from the Burnley side that beat Sheffield United last time out in the Premier League. After suffering a hamstring problem against the Blades, Charlie Taylor misses out, and he is replaced by Gudmundsson. Despite an injury concern, Pope is deemed fit to start for the home team. Meanwhile, there are two alterations to the United team. Matic and Cavani are named in the starting line-up, while McTominay and Fred drop to the bench.

MANCHESTER UNITED SUBS: Dean Henderson, Axel Tuanzebe, Alex Telles, Fred, Scott McTominay, Donny van de Beek, Juan Mata, Daniel James, Mason Greenwood.  

BURNLEY SUBS: Will Norris, Phil Bardsley, Kevin Long, Josh Benson, Jack Cork, Dale Stephens, Dwight McNeil, Matej Vydra, Jay Rodriguez.  

MANCHESTER UNITED (4-2-3-1): David de Gea; Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Eric Bailly, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw; Paul Pogba, Nemanja Matic; Marcus Rashford, Bruno Fernandes, Anthony Martial; Edinson Cavani.  

BURNLEY (4-4-2): Nick Pope; Matthew Lowton, James Tarkowski, Ben Mee, Erik Pieters; Johann Gudmundsson, Josh Brownhill, Ashley Westwood, Robbie Brady; Ashley Barnes, Chris Wood. 

The home side come into this clash seeking to secure back-to-back top-flight wins following their recent 1-0 victory against Sheffield United. The Red Devils, meanwhile, are chasing their third consecutive Premier League win, beating Aston Villa 2-1 last time out.  

Hello and welcome to live match coverage of the Premier League fixture between Burnley and Manchester United at Turf Moor.