After securing their place in the Europa League semi-finals, Man Utd welcome Burnley to Old Trafford this weekend.
With one win, but only two losses, in their last five games Burnley are likely safe from relegation.
The reverse fixture between these two saw Man Utd grab all three points thanks to a Paul Pogba goal.
United come into the fixture with the best recent form in the Premier League with four wins and are unbeaten in their last five.
With a win, United could tighten their grip on second place, whilst Burnley are close to consolidating their status as a Premier League team next season.
Man Utd team news
Marcus Rashford is being assessed ahead of the game with a decision being made on Sunday morning, after an on and off again ankle injury that kept him on the subs bench against Grenada.
Whilst on international duty with Ivory Coast, Eric Bailly tested positive for Covid-19 but could be involved for the first time in a month.
Both Anthony Martial and Phil Jones have been ruled out with knee injuries, with neither having an expected date to return to match fitness.
Burnley team news
Burnley could miss as many as five players including No 1 Nick Pope for the second match running.
After missing the last game for personal reason, Jay Rodriguez is expected to make a return.
Dwight McNeil will undergo a late fitness test, but Kevin Long’s calf injury is set to keep him out.
Winger Robbie Brady and striker Ashley Barnes have both been ruled out of the fixture.
What time is Man Utd vs Burnley?
The game kick offs at 4:00pm on Sunday April 18.
How can I watch the game?
You can watch the game on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event, with coverage starting from 3:30pm.
Sky customers can also tune in via Sky Go, available on phones, tablets and laptops
Man Utd are favourite to win at 4/11 with the draw available at 4/1.
A Burnley win is priced at 8/1.
* Odds courtesy of ThePools.com.