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Manchester United will look to avoid a repeat of their last visit to Burnley in the Premier League as they look to curb their poor start to the season.
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On that occasion the Red Devils went down 1-0 at Turf Moor thanks to a superb volley from Robbie Blake and after a slow start to the season that includes defeats to Swansea and MK Dons and a draw with Sunderland they will be keen to avoid another setback.
The club have received a huge boost ahead of the game with British record signing Angel di Maria completing his move to the club. The £59.7 million star could feature against Burnley if he’s work permit and registration are complete by Friday noon.
Either way Di Maria will be at Turf Moor and he will hope his arrival can boost a United start that is struggling with personnel.
Out of the clash with Burnley are Luke Shaw and Michael Carrick while Chris Smalling is a doubt after going off injured last weekend.
Summer signing Anders Herrera, Marouane Fellaini and youngster Jesse Lingard all missed the clash with Sunderland last weekend with only Spanish star Herrera, who resumed light training midweek, in contention to feature.
Another summer signing Marcos Rojo has yet to have his registration completed and is facing a race against time to be included.
Burnley for their part have no new suspension or injury worries for the game with long-term absentee Sam Vokes the only member of the squad missing.
The club have lost both their opening games so far this season going down 3-1 at home to Chelsea in their opening game and followed up that result with a 1-0 defeat away to Swansea.
Like United they also crashed out of the Capital One cup midweek going down 1-0 to Sheffield Wednesday and despite their respective woes, Burnley manager Sean Dyche is expecting a tough encounter on Saturday.
“There is a bit of a hoo-ha about Manchester United at the moment.” Dyche said.
“I don’t see it like that. I look at the players they have got, the manager they have got, the club they are.
“I’m not thinking they are going to come here and – by some miracle – not be strong. They will certainly be strong.”