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After the shock manner of their defeat by MK Dons in midweek regardless of the team that was put out, all eyes will be on the early kick off tomorrow where Louis van Gaal and Manchester United travel to Burnley.

After the shock manner of their defeat by MK Dons in midweek regardless of the team that was put out, all eyes will be on the early kick off tomorrow where Louis van Gaal and Manchester United travel to Burnley.

Angel Di Maria (below) is likely to be fast-tracked into the side but the fear factor is definitely gone from the most successful team in Premier League history and it would be no surprise if Burnley managed to nick a draw at 16/5.

Value can be found in siding with Sunderland at 9/4 when they face QPR tomorrow who themselves suffered a disheartening Capitol One Cup defeat away to Burton Albion and Gus Poyet could inflict further troubles on Harry Redknapp and Glen Hoddle.

Everton host Chelsea in the late kick off and if Diego Costa fails to show up for the league favourites, Everton could be in a position to shade this and claim their first win of the campaign after two 2-2 draws in the opening couple of weeks.

On Sunday it will interesting to see if Mario Ballotelli makes his Liverpool debut against a Tottenham side who won their opening couple of games and at 13/8 don't back against them to make it three from three.


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