Premier League 30/12/2021 – One game in the Premier League tonight, At 20:15, on Amazon Prime is Manchester United v Burnley. Everton v Newcastle is postponed.
Premier League 30/12/2021 – Manchester United v Burnley
- Raphael Varane and Edinson Cavani returned from injury in Manchester United’s 1-1 draw with Newcastle on Monday, with the latter even scoring.
- Bruno Fernandes has hit five bookings for the season and is now suspended for United’s home match with Burnley.
- Victor Lindelof tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this week and is now unavailable to Ralf Rangnick.
- Eric Bailly has flown back from AFCON for this game and will then re-join his country afterwards.
- Scott McTominay limped off against Newcastle and will have to be assessed, while Fred was hooked at half-time along with Mason Greenwood.
- Luke Shaw and Aaron Wan-Bissaka may rotate into the side given the sharp turnaround between matches, while Donny van de Beek and Jadon Sancho should also start.
- Anthony Martial wants to leave United and wasn’t in the squad to face Newcastle. Eric Bailly and Jesse Lingard were also absent.
- Burnley’s last three matches have been postponed due to COVID-19.
- Maxwel Cornet was a doubt at the start of that run and still wasn’t in training in midweek.
- Nick Pope, Phil Bardsley and Jay Rodriguez were also not pictured in training raising doubts over their availability.
EFL / iFollow – available on multiple services (7:45pm kickoff unless stated)
EFL22: Bournemouth v Cardiff
EFL23: Bristol City v QPR
EFL24: Stoke v Derby
EFL25: Sunderland v Sheffield Wednesday
OTHER FOOTBALL – THURSDAY 30 DECEMBER
9.30am AUSTRALIAN FFA CUP – Gold Coast v Melbourne Victory
UK – BT Sports 1
Australia – 10 Play
Thailand – beIN Sports 2
2:00pm INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE – Chennaiyin v Bengaluru
UK – OneFootball
India – Star Sports 3
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