United will travel to Turf Moor to take on a Clarets side still looking for their first win in the Premier League this season following promotion last campaing.
And Ten Hag’s headache has only got worse, with Martinez, a regular in defence for the Dutchman, missing from tonight’s game.
Lisandro Martinez will miss Manchester United’s game against Burnley through injury
The news comes as another major blow to Erik ten Hag with injuries in his squad beginning to mount up
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United sat 13th in the league table before the match having suffered back-to-back losses against Arsenal and Brighton in their last two outings.
They also tasted defeat in their opening Champions League group match on Wednesday, going down 4-3 to Bayern Munich in Germany.
Though they have been plagued by off-the-field issues, Ten Hag has regularly reinstated his desire to focus on football matters and help the club turn around their fortunes.
Martinez’s regular partner, Raphael Varane (right), was only fit enough for the bench
Raphael Varane – Martinez’s regular partner – was only fit enough for a place on the bench, with Jonny Evans partnering Victor Lindelof in defence.
The Red Devils are missing their first-choice full backs in Shaw and Aaron Wan-Bissaka, with both men set for lengthy spells on the sidelines, leaving Diogo Dalot and Sergio Reguilon to deputise in defence.
With several other players injured and a problem on the right side of attack, Hannibal Mejbri earnt a start in attack with new signing Sofyan Amrabat also a substitute.
Burnely, meanwhile, were without Lyle Foster as he began his two-game suspension.
Source From: Football | Mail Online