Having qualified for the Europa League semi-finals on Thursday, Manchester United return to Premier League action this weekend when they welcome Burnley to Old Trafford.

United won the reverse fixture 1-0 in January thanks to a goal from Paul Pogba which took them top of the table.

A win this weekend would move United eight points behind league leaders Manchester City with six games of the season remaining.

We’ve put together everything you need to know about how to watch United v Burnley on TV and online.

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When is Man Utd v Burnley on TV?

United v Burnley will take place on Sunday 18th April 2021.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men have won their last four Premier League matches to take a firm grip on second place.

What time does Man Utd v Burnley kick-off?

Man Utd v Burnley will kick off at 4pm.

This round of Premier League fixtures is drawn out across a number of days to allow the sides in FA Cup semi-final action over the weekend to catch up in midweek.

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What TV channel is Man Utd v Burnley on?

You can watch the buildup to the game from 3.30pm on Sky Sports Main Event.

The match is also being shown on Sky Sports Premier League for those who prefer to watch without the artificial crowd noise piped in.

How to live stream Man Utd v Burnley online

Sky Sports customers can live stream the game via the Sky Go app on a variety of devices, including smartphones and tablets.

United have not won a home match against Burnley since a 3-1 victory in February 2015 during Louis van Gaal’s reign.

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Man Utd v Burnley team news

Solskjaer told his pre-match press conference that he hopes to call upon Marcus Rashford and Eric Bailly here.

 

Bailly was not in the squad against Granada on Thursday but has apparently tested negative for Covid and should return to training ahead of this one.

Rashford was on the bench for the 2-0 win but didn’t come on and Solskjaer said he will make a decision over the England star’s involvement on the day of the game.

Anthony Martial and Phil Jones are long-term absentees, although the latter was spotted in training at Carrington for the first time in 2021 earlier this week.

Our prediction: United v Burnley

On paper, this is a game you’d expect United to win.

But Solskjaer hasn’t guided United to a win over Burnley at Old Trafford, which proves Sean Dyche’s side are capable of springing a surprise.

Burnley lost 5-0 at Manchester City and 4-0 at Spurs which should encourage United that goals are on the cards if they play as well as they can.

That said, the Clarets won 1-0 at Anfield in January and 2-0 at Old Trafford last season, so they can’t be underestimated.

After a midweek of European action, a routine win to close the gap on City and end the poor recent home run against Burnley would do nicely.

Our prediction: United 2-0 Burnley

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