Manchester United vs Burnley Live Stream

 Manchester United welcome Burnley to Old Trafford in the Premier League on Thursday as they look to put the disappointment of their draw with Newcastle earlier this week behind them.

United required a second half intervention from substitute Edinson Cavani at St James’ Park to salvage a point against a Newcastle side with just one victory to their name all season.

Burnley, meanwhile, are playing catch up in their fixture list after a string of Covid-19 enforced postponements, with their last outing coming all the way back on December 12 in a goalless draw with West Ham.

Here’s everything you need to know about the game.

Manchester United vs Burnley Live Stream


How to watch Man Utd vs Burnley on TV/live stream

When is kick off? Thursday 30 December, 20:15 (GMT)
Where is it being played? Old Trafford
TV channel? Amazon Prime (UK), fuboTV (US), Canada (Canada)
Highlights? BBC Match of the Day (UK), Sky Sports Football YouTube channel
Referee? Jonathan Moss
VAR? Darren England


The recent postponement of games against Brentford and Brighton for Man Utd has afforded Rangnick the opportunity to get his injured stars back into the fold.

Raphael Varane and Edinson Cavani returned from their lengthy injury lay-offs against Newcastle, although Anthony Martial was absent with a knee injury after it was revealed the Frenchman wants to the leave the club.

There is likely to be some rustiness among the Burnley squad after a fortnight without a game, although the break could see the return of forward Ashley Barnes for the Clarets.

Maxwel Cornet is also likely to be involved after he missed the goalless draw with West Ham with a minor strain.


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