Burnley host a much better Manchester United team today in the Premier League, MySportDab reports.
This is the 12th time in Premier League history that Burnley and Manchester United would meet.
Burnley won their last game at Old Trafford 2-0 some time back.
However, United also won 2-0 on their last visit to the Burnley stadium, Turf Moor.
Both sides have reached the FA Cup fourth round after securing wins in the third round.
Manchester United sealed a 1-0 Watford win while Burnley went past penalties MK Dons on penalties.
“Delighted to reach the next round,” United Coach Solskjaer said.
“We started the match brightly.
“I was thinking it would take us the first 15-20 minutes to get our rhythm going.
“But after a positive start we lost our composure, we lost the ball too many times.
“We lost the balls too easily. It was like we tried to complicate things for ourselves.
“I know they’re far better than that so they must not do that, but we’re in the next round. That’s important.”
Burnley Coach Sean Dyche said: “I told my centre-forwards at half-time, ‘look, there is pressure on the defenders to defend so I must pressure on you to creating goal scoring chances.”
Manchester United Team News
Eric Bailly is a major doubt for the Burnley game today after an incident in the FA Cup win.
Coach Ole Gunnar Solksjaer is likely to rest the Ivorian for the upcoming Liverpool match in the Premier League.
Edinson Cavani could return to the team after his long ban due to a racist post.
Burnley vs Man Utd kick-off?
The Premier League match starts at 8.15pm today.
How To Watch Burnley vs Man Utd?
The Turf Moor game will be broadcasted live on Sky Sports Main Event, and Premier League.
Premier League Matches Today:
Sheffield United Vs Newcastle 6:30pm
Wolves Vs Everton 8:30
Burnley Vs Manchester United 8:45pm