MUN Vs BUR Dream11 Team Probable Playing 11 And Match Report: Buoyed Burnley step out trying to propel themselves up the league standings.
Two underwhelming sides, teams which find themselves occupying agonising positions in the points tally of Premier League 2019-20 step out to clash heads against each other today. For both Manchester United and Burnley, this has been an immensely appalling season, one where their callous displays have resulted in colossal and contentious apathy for their raucous supporters.
Slumping to a 2-0 defeat against their bitter rivals Liverpool on Sunday, Manchester United will be making a foray into today’s contest massively low on confidence. While they weren’t outplayed by Liverpool, they failed to capitalise at crucial junctures to fall to a defeat which is bound to have massively stung the outfit.
Elsewhere, Burnley will be looking to feed off these narrative as they look to string together their second win in a row today. They curtailed a four match losing spree with a tenacious 2-1 win over Leicester City the last time around, showing fight and character which the unit was yearning for over the course of this season.
Both the sides are unravelling at the moment, something which should see this be a tentative affair. Burnley are going to defend with all their might today but they aren’t the same vigour filled backline as last season, something which should see Manchester United squirm their way through to a win.
Probable Playing 11
- Manchester United are going to be without McTominay and Rashford for the day’s outing given the players’ injury plight.
- Barnes continues to miss out for Burnley owing to his previously sustained injury.
David De Gea, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Williams, Fred, Matic, James, Mata, Andreas Pereira, Martial
Pope, Bardsley, Tarkowski, Mee, Taylor, Hendrick, Westwood, Cork, McNeil, Rodriguez, Wood
Premier League 2019-20
Match: Manchester United Vs Burnley
Date And Time: 23rd January, Thursday- 1:45am IST
Television: Star Sports Select 1/HD
- Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Williams, James, Greenwood
- Bardsley, Mee, Hendrick, McNeil
Top Goal Scorer
- Rashford: 14 Goals,4 Assists
- Wood: 9 Goals
Freekick And Corner Taker
Burnley Vs Manchester United: 0-2
MUN Vs BUR Dream11 Goal-Keeper
Nick Pope had been underperforming for a majority of the season for Burnley, making the club’s boisterous supporters rue the fact that they parted ways with Heaton. However, Pope massively redeemed himself at the weekend with a penalty save, a defining moment in the encounter for his side to see us rope him in for this one.
MUN Vs BUR Dream11 Defenders
Had this been the Burnley side of last season, we wouldn’t have considered the proposition of roping in a slew of defenders from the side. However, the 2-0 defeat they suffered to Manchester united the last time these two met each other was an epitome of their dire defensive showings to see us bring in just CB Ben Mee from the side owing to his penchant for headers.
Elsewhere, despite Manchester United not being astoundingly well-versed in defence either, we are still moving in with a duo from the side. In the duo of Brandon Williams and Aaron Wan-Bissaka, they have two fullbacks who love torching their way down the park and involving themselves in the side’s attacking plays.
MUN Vs BUR Dream11 Midfielders
Why Juan Maa has been such a neglected figure at Manchester United this season has been perplexing. Despite coring for the side in their FA Cup tie against Wolverhampton, he was left out against Liverpool with the club sorely missing his services.
However, he looks likely to be back n the side’s playing 11 for the day to see him become our first pick from the side. With six goals this season, we are getting in Daniel James as well from the setup.
Elsewhere, we have a reminiscent duo being roped in from Burnley. In Jeff Hendrick and Dwight McNeil, the club has its disposal a flair filled partnership, one constituting of two flair filled players, names who’ll be looking to baffle Manchester United’ crumbling back line on the day.
MUN Vs BUR Dream11 Strikers
With Marcus Rashford out for Manchester United till April, it looks like Mason Greenwood will finally get the opportunities he’s been perplexing left bereft of. With four goals already as a substitute this term, we are going to rope him into our Dream 11 side.
Anthony Martial came up with a howler of a miss against Liverpool but his 8 goals and 3 assists mean we were always going to get him in as well from Manchester United. Elsewhere, Burnley will be represented by their leading goal scorer with the 9 goals, someone who scored at the weekend, with Chris Wood coming in.
Captain And Vice-Captain
We are making Greenwood our side’s captain while Wood is our vice-captain.
Dream 11 Disclaimer
All our selections are based on in-depth and astute analysis of the players partaking in the match and a perusal of other reasoning. Please incorporate a slew of factors while crafting your own side with this article serving as a guide to the match and players.