Burnley travel to the London Stadium on Wednesday evening to take on West Ham, who are running out of time to stay up, but they did have that great win over Chelsea in their last home match.

Sitting in relative midtable comfort with 46 points so far, Burnley are looking towards a potential return to the Europa league but captain Ben Mee and midfielder Jack Cork are likely to miss their last five games with injuries.

He could risk them but Sean Dyche is being practical keeping one eye on next season, especially as it’s only a few weeks away.

Meanwhile, there’s slightly better injury news for West Ham – record signing Sebastien Haller could be fit enough to make an appearance for the visit of Burnley.

The big striker has yet to feature since the restart but is now back in training following a hip injury. Not so good news for Robert Snodgrass and Felipe Anderson who are still sidelined.

Moyes is feeling confident about his team’s chances – reflected in the rumours that see him linked to a couple of names who played under him when he was at United – Jesse Lingard and Phil Jones.

Let’s stay up first David, shall we?

The game kicks off at 6 pm Wednesday

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