Predicted Burnley line-up to face Huddersfield Town in the Premier League
Burnley have shown a rise in their form after picking up two straight wins in the Premier League. The Clarets are now impressive going forward and are racking up the goals as well. Sean Dyche will be pleased to see a positive response from his team after making a dismal start to the season.
The Clarets face Huddersfield Town at home this weekend and will be aiming to make it three wins from three as they rise back up.
Apart from usual absentees, defender James Tarkowski is also a doubt for this game after picking up an injury early in the first half against Cardiff City last weekend.
Probable Burnley XI
Manager: Sean Dyche
Joe Hart (GK)
Hart has been impressive in goal and looks revitalised after making the move to Burnley.
Matthew Lowton (RB)
Lowton has been one of the mainstays in this squad and will continue on the right-hand side of the defence.
Kevin Long (CB)
Long should take the place of James Tarkowski, who is a major doubt for this game. He did well after coming on in the last game.
Ben Mee (CB)
Mee has been a commander and a leader at the back for Burnley in the last few seasons. A sure starter.
Charlie Taylor (LB)
Taylor has impressed after being handed a regular role this season. He should continue at left-back.
Johann Berg Gudmundsson (RM)
The Iceland international is the midfielder with the most number of assists in the Premier League this season. He is their main source of supply.
Jack Cork (RCM)
Cork has been impressive with his distribution in the middle of the park. He should start as well.
Ashley Westwood (LCM)
Westwood seems to be on the up right now and looked supreme in the last game against Cardiff City.
Aaron Lennon (LM)
Lennon needs to show more consistency in his displays but he is very much a strong force going forward.
Matej Vydra (CAM)
Last season’s Championship top scorer has definitely provided more of a cutting edge in the final third. He will surely add to their goal threat in this game.
Sam Vokes (ST)
Vokes picked up a goal in the last game and seems to be in good form going into this one. He can definitely punish one of the weakest defences in the league this season.