Having dropped points at the weekend, can Manchester United bounce back when they face Burnley? Opta gives their statistical verdict.
"The Red Devils have won nine and lost just one of their last 11 Premier League games at Old Trafford."
Manchester United have kept six clean sheets in their last seven matches in all competitions against Burnley, conceding just once in the other match. United are 10/111.92 to keep a clean sheet.
Burnley have won just two of their 30 Premier League away games (W2 D5 L23) and kept just one clean sheet in that run. Manchester United are 30/1001.31 to win.
Manchester United have conceded only seven goals in their last 11 Barclays Premier League home games. Under 2.5 goals is 11/82.38.
Burnley have won just one of the last 20 meetings with the Red Devils (W1 D8 L11). The draw is 5/16.2.
The Red Devils have won nine and lost just one of their last 11 Premier League games at Old Trafford. The odds of them winning half-time/full-time are 10/111.9.
The Clarets have not won at Old Trafford in any competition since September 1962, when they won 5-2 in the old first division. Burnley are 12.5 to pull off a shock victory.
Manchester United have won the same number of games this season after 24 games (12) as David Moyes' side had won at this stage in 2013-14. You can lay them to finish in the top four at 5/81.64.
Danny Ings has scored in four of his last five Premier League appearances for Burnley, with each of the goals being Burnley's second of the game. Ings is 4/15.0 to score.
Wayne Rooney has not hit a shot on target in the Premier League in 2015, despite playing 450 minutes. Burnley are 9/110.0 to keep a clean sheet.