Man Utd vs Burnley LIVE: Stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for huge Carabao Cup clash TONIGHT | The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED are back in action as they take on Burnley in the last-16 of the Carabao Cup TONIGHT.

The Red Devils beat Aston Villa 4-2 in the last round and are licking their lips at the thought of winning the trophy in Erik Ten Hag's first season.

But they must first play Championship side Burnley, who were relegated from the Premier League last season but are top of the league as they seek to return at the first time of asking.

Burnley are also managed by none other than United nemesis Vincent Kompany, who won numerous titles for rivals Manchester City and will be keen to progress.

Start time: 8pm BST
TV/ Live stream: Sky Sports Football/NOW TV
Man Utd XI: To follow
Burnley XI: To follow


Follow ALL the action with our live blog below…

  • Lloyd Canfield

    Early team news…

    We are set to see some forgotten stars feature for Manchester United tonight, as well as one of the games brightest stars…

    Martin Dubravka and Aaron Wan-Bissaka are set for recalls to the side, and it could be another chance for Alejandro Garnacho to light up the big stage.

    Goalkeeper Dubravka joined United on loan in the summer but made his only appearance in the round-three win over Aston Villa with De Gea playing the rest of the 20 games.

    At right-back, Wan-Bissaka will make just his second appearance of the season, after he has been kept out of the side by the in-form Diego Dalot.

  • Lloyd Canfield

    Welcome to Manchester United vs Burnley

    Today, we welcome the return of proper club football after the World Cup break, with this Carabao Cup tie between The Red Devils and Championship contenders Burnley.

    Man United are expected to play a number of first team players, although there will undoubtedly be some changes for The Reds.

    Raphael Varane and Lisandro Martinez will likely both be missing after their nations went all the way in the World Cup, and Diego Dalot will be out through injury.

    Burnley are a team re-born under Manchester City legend Vincent Kompany, and have been playing liquid football that has seen them rise to the top of the Championship this season, as they bid for a Premier League return.

    Settle in with SunSport for what promises to be an excellent game tonight, as we rejoice in the return of club football being back.

    Manchester United face off against Burnley in the Carabao Cup tonight.Credit: Reuters

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