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Mount is back from his latest injury (Picture: Getty)

Mason Mount is available for Manchester United against Burnley on Saturday but injury problems at the back remain.

United welcome Vincent Kompany’s side to Old Trafford following their midweek victory over Sheffield United.

United have been without all but one of their centre-halves with Lisandro Martinez, Raphael Varane, Victor Lindelof, Jonny Evans and Willy Kambwala all missing the club’s last two games.

It has left Erik ten Hag will little choice to drop Casemiro back to partner Harry Maguire at centre-half with 18-year-old Louis Jackson their only available option on the bench.

Lisandro Martinez and Luke Shaw have resumed outdoor training with ten Hag confident they will have some role to play before the end of the season, along with Anthony Martial.

But Mount is their only returning player for the visit of the Clarets.

Marcus Rashford also missed the 4-2 win over the Blades after picking up a knock in extra time against Coventry.

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Rashford expected to miss out again (Picture: Getty)

He will also miss Saturday’s game with ten Hag expecting to be working with the same squad he did on Wednesday night.

Antony replaced Rashford in the starting XI, much to the frustration of United fans desperate to see Amad Diallo handed an opportunity.

The Brazilian was replaced by Diallo 10 minutes into the second-half on Wednesday after failing to impress against the side sat bottom of the Premier League.

Diallo is still waiting for his first starting appearance under ten Hag and will hopeful of it coming this weekend.

According to Genting Casinos, United have a 66% chance of beating Burnley this weekend, with the Clarets given a 15.5% chance of causing an upset.

Predicted Man Utd XI vs Burnley: Onana, Dalot, Casemiro, Maguire, Wan-Bissaka, Mainoo, McTominay, Garnacho, Fernandes, Diallo, Hojlund

Man Utd vs Sheffield United kick-off time

United hosts the Burnley on Saturday 27 April with kick off at 3pm [BST].

The match is not being broadcast in the UK.

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