Manchester United defenders Luke Shaw and Victor Lindelof are fit to take their place in the Manchester United defence for the rescheduled league clash with Burnley at Turf Moor on Tuesday. This is according to Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who revealed the fitness status of the two players during his pre-match presser for the game. Solskjaer disclosed thatEngland international Shaw and Swedish international Lindelofwere involved in training on Monday for the entire duration as his team stepped up preparation for the crucial Burnley game.

Luke Shaw and Victor Lindelof were missing from the Manchester United at the weekend during the FA Cup third round win over Watford. Scottish national team player Scott McTominay scored the only goal in the opening minutes as Manchester United beat English Championship team Watford 1-0 at home to progress into the fourth round of the competition. Watford suffered relegation from the English top flight at the end of last season and they gave a good account of themselves against a second string Manchester United side but they were undone by the header from Scott McTominay after five minutes. Manchester United will have to overcome arch rivals Liverpool in the fourth round if they want to secure a place in the fifth round of the competition.

Manchester United have a fantastic opportunity to make a big statement in the race for the Premier League title at Burnley tomorrow and the duo of Luke Shaw and Victor Lindelof should be in the squad. The Red Devils are on the same points with Liverpool who are the league leaders. Manchester United and Liverpool are on 33 points each but the former has a game in hand and that game is the Burnley clash. A win or draw against the Clarets will catapult Manchester United to the top of the table ahead of the mega clash with hosts Liverpool on Sunday.