- Burnley winless in last six league games
- Man Utd on seven-game unbeaten run - no Mkhitaryan in the squad
- Arfield replaces Vokes in attack for hosts
- Young comes in for Shaw at left-back for United
Ander Herrera on for Anthony Martial in a time-sapping sub.
It was Antonio Valencia rather than Marcus Rashford who was booked by the way in the previous entry. He kicked the ball away after Rashford's foul.
Burnley are piling forward.
Marcus Rashford gives away a free-kick and earns a yellow card for a lazy foul on Georges Kevin Nkoudou.
Decent spot for a free-kick.
Sam Vokes bullets the header over the top.
Four minutes added on.
Nick Pope stands tall to palm away Anthony Martial's late pinger as Burnley are stretched at the back once more.
Three to go.Copyright: Reuters
A right old scrum in the box as Burnley launch a late corner into the danger area.
Mike Dean decides a free-kick for the visitors is the answer, although there was more grapple than Wrestlemania to pick through.
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Unless there is a dramatic change in fortunes, it is going to be seven Premier League games without a win for Burnley.
They had one run of a similar length towards the end of last season.
The Clarets brilliant early season form means there is no need to start looking over their shoulders just yet but manager Sean Dyche will want the barren run to end soon.
Footwork worthy of the Bolshoi ballet from Anthony Martial.
He slips his man in the Burnley box, but is denied by an alert Ben Mee.
This is Sean Dyche's big roll of the dice.
Georges-Kevin Nkoudou - on loan from Spurs - is on for Scott Arfield.
Sam Vokes comes on up top with Jeff Hendrick making way.
Ben Mee to the rescue for Burnley.
A brilliant lunging, last-ditch block snuffing out Jesse Lingard's shot at source.
Burnley are getting increasingly stretched as they chase the game.
That is Lingard's final contribution. Off he comes, with Marcus Rashford on.Copyright: PA
Nemanja Matic has been a yellow card waiting to happen. It's now happened.
Into the book for a foul on Scott Arfield.
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Jesse Lingard went down just then after being caught by a late tackle.
Referee Mike Dean allowed play to go on. Lingard stayed down but his momentum had taken him off the pitch.
Quick as a flash, Jose Mourinho was rolling him back on, knowing the game can only be stopped for an injury if the player is on the pitch.
As it turned out, Lingard got up straight away and was able to continue.
Paul Pogba comes striding through the Burnley midfield on the counter, leaving the hosts spluttering in his wake.
He sways past James Tarkowski on the edges and unleashes, only to see his shot well blocked by a stretching Ben Mee.
He had options either side of him in Romelu Lukaku and Jesse Lingard.
Juan Mata trots off to be replaced by Marouane Fellaini in the Manchester United midfield.
Agonising for Burnley.
Johann Berg Gudmundsson's low cross deflects tantalisingly past the outstretched boots of Jack Cork and James Tarkowski.
All it needed was a touch.Copyright: Reuters
This is getting a little spicy.
Steven Defour goes into the book for a hefty whack on Jesse Lingard with Paul Pogba following suit for a foul on Jack Cork.
Phil Bardsley - who (apparently) knocked out Wayne Rooney in his own kitchen remember - lands one Chris Smalling, clattering in late on the Manchester United defender's shins.
Manchester United are hunting a knockout second goal.
Romelu Lukaku looms dangerously on the edge of the Burnley box, but James Tarkowski gets a stretching toe to make the tackle once again.Copyright: Reuters
Three Premier League games, three Premier League goals for Anthony Martial.
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Jay: Manchester United learn what has long been a secret - shooting on target might result in a goal.
Colin: Awesome play by Lukaku! Whole Man United team had been truly flat until that point!
Richard: Martial scores it but that goal was all Lukaku. Brilliant forward play.