Will the mysterious Mr Moyes actually attack Burnley? Plus match details


Will the mysterious Mr Moyes actually attack Burnley?

We go into the game with a win very much on the cards so it seems odd that we have to ask such a question but it often is indeed a mystery and we can hope  the team to win on an attacking front foot.

Will the mysterious Mr Moyes actually attack Burnley?  match details

Vincent Kompany’s side – bang bottom of the Premier League – are very much there to be beaten of course although we struggled under a Mo Kudus master class at Turf Moor down the right with Divin Mubama forcing an own own goal from Burnley defender Dara O’Shea with four minutes left, then Tomáš Souček completing another of his  dramatic late turnaround in injury time.

The Irons sit in seventh ahead of Sunday’s clash, while the Clarets are second bottom, eleven points from Premier League safety with just 12 matches remaining. The club reveal that tickets for this sold out game are still available on the Ticket Exchange, with Season Ticket Holders who cannot attend relisting their seats for other supporters to buy. Click here to check availability or relist.

There remains a question mark over Nayef Aguerd, while Maxwel Cornet is still recovering from a hamstring injury he sustained in training late last month. They were joined last night by Emerson who came off came off injured in the second-half during

Burnley are expected to be without Jordan Beyer, Lyle Foster, Aaron Ramsay, and Nathan Redmond, who all have knocks. However, midfielder Josh Brownhill is expected to return  after serving his one-match ban for a red card he picked up against Crystal Palace.

The game will NOT be broadcast live in the UK, but will be shown across the world by the Premier League’s international broadcast partners. If you live outside the UK, click here for details of Premier League listings in your territory.

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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!"

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