Manchester United have the chance to go top of the Premier League for the first time in over three years tonight.
The Red Devils will overtake Liverpool at the summit if they earn at least a draw away to Burnley.
It’s an 8.15 kick off at Turf Moor.
Edinson Cavani is available for United once again.
United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says it’s a more competitive league now to when he was winning titles as a player.
“There weren’t that many teams that were able to challenge for the top two, top three positions, so in a good year you win and in a bad year you come second or third, but now there’s so many other teams with big squads, strong squads that can challenge,” said the United manager,
“We all talk about the top six but then we have other teams that can get up there now, and that’s due to good work at different clubs and good signings”.
Also at 8.15pm, Wolves host Everton at Molinuex.
The first game of the day sees winless Sheffield United welcome Newcastle United to Bramall Lane for a 6 o’clock kick off.