Matt Lowton, Phil Bardsley, Johann Berg Gudmundsson, Aaron Lennon
André-Frank Zambo Anguissa, Alfie Mawson
There is a likely chance of at least some rain in Burnley on Saturday. Temperatures will be around the seven degree mark most of the day.
A Northern rail strike means travel is disrupted from Preston onwards. Have a read of our travel guide for some options of how to reach Turf Moor.
Saturday is Burnley's In Memoriam fixture, and there will be a minute's silence in honour of Burnley supporters who passed away in 2018.
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Tune into the App or the match centre for full live commentary of the game from Gentleman Jim and Jamie Reid.
“Every game is a tough game, [but] every game is a winnable game. You have to believe that. Every game is important. Points are so precious, you have to win every game that you possibly can. And if you don’t, don’t be too down about it, you’ve got to be ready to go again. I think we’ve done that well over the seasons here. We’ve had a tougher aspect of it this season, but yet again we found two important wins and a win in the cup, and things feel and look slightly different. But that doesn’t guarantee the next one, we know that. That’s our focus, just the next game.” – Burnley manager Sean Dyche.
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