Robbie Brady could get his first game-time for Burnley since the Premier League's restart tomorrow, he's set to be in the Burnley squad for their game against Sheffield United.
The Republic of Ireland midfielder, who recently had a clause triggered by Burnley to extend his contract by one year, has recently recovered from a groin injury and his manager Sean Dyche says he "maybe" involved against the Blades in their Premier League at Turf Moor.
"Robbie has a chance of being in and around it maybe, although we could probably do with him having some more football," Dyche said while assessing his lengthy injury list.
"Johann Berg Gudmundsson is similar, but he has been training for a longer period with the first team. We have had to give him a longer period because he had niggles which we have been trying to clear up. But he might have a chance of at least being involved.
"Chris Wood is similar to Robbie where we will have to make a decision how he is feeling and if he needs more training time because he hasn't had much at all and we've still got all these games coming up pretty thick and fast."