A profile on this week's opponents...Burnley will be looking to return to winning ways when they travel to the AESSEAL New York Stadium on Friday evening to face Rotherham United.
The Clarets suffered a tricky start to life following last season’s relegation from the Premier League and were still searching for a win after their first three games.
They then looked to have turned a corner with four successive victories, but while Rotherham have picked up maximum points from their last two matches, Burnley have managed just one point.
Burnley have suffered a number of injury woes recently, particularly to their forward line. Ashley Barnes and Lukas Jutkiewicz are both out for the foreseeable future with knee problems, while record-signing Andre Gray hobbled off in the 0-0 draw with Derby two weeks ago. However, he is likely to return for their trip to the AESSEAL New York Stadium.
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Andre Gray became Burnley’s record signing after completing a £9m summer switch from Brentford.
The 24-year-old was missing as Burnley lost 2-1 at home to Reading last time out, but already has three league goals to his name so far this term.
The former Brentford striker – who netted 16 goals last season – is likely to line up alongside Sam Vokes in a two-pronged attack.
The last time the Millers faced Burnley was almost ten years ago in a 2-1 loss at Turf Moor.
All three goals came inside the opening hour, with Phil Gilchrist giving Rotherham a fourth-minute lead before Tony Grant and Frank Sinclair hit back almost immediately to sink the Millers.
Heaton; Darikwa, Duff, Keane, Mee; Boyd, Jones, Arfield, Kightly; Gray, Vokes
Barnes (knee), Jutkiewicz (knee), Ulvestad (ankle – doubtful), Marney (knee – doubtful).