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Marcus Rashford will be assessed ahead of Manchester United’s Premier League clash against Burnley.
The 23-year-old has been dealing with a foot/ankle issue recently and missed training on Wednesday, with the forward an unused substitute in Thursday’s Europa League quarter-final triumph against Granada.
Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw and Scott McTominay missed that match through European suspensions. Eric Bailly could be involved for the first time in a month, having returned from the Ivory Coast where he tested positive for Covid-19. Anthony Martial and Phil Jones remain out.
England goalkeeper Nick Pope could miss a second straight Burnley game, while Dwight McNeil has given Sean Dyche fresh cause for concern.
Harry Maguire, Scott McTominay and Luke Shaw are available once again following suspension while Eric Bailly has returned from COVID-19 isolation and Marcus Rashford is likely to have recovered from a minor injury. However, Phil Jones and Anthony Martial remain sidelined.
Nick Pope, Jay Rodriguez and Kevin Long will face late fitness tests for the guests, with Robbie Brady and Ashley Barnes both definitely ruled out.
The Clarets’ string of positive results at this ground have not merely come as a result of stout rearguard action, with their attack scoring twice in each of the last three visits.
What’s more, their recent away games this season have generally been high-scoring, with five of the last six producing three goals or more and the most recent three serving up 12 in total.
Considering Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team has produced 38 goals at either end in just the last nine league games in their own backyard, another entertaining encounter seems likely once again here.