Burnley boss Sean Dyche has named his starting XI for the clash this afternoon against Liverpool.
And the Clarets boss has made just one change from the victory against West Ham United for the game at Anfield.
Chris Wood has been restored to the team up front in place of Matej Vydra, who drops to the bench.
It means Nick Pope starts in goal behind a back four of Phil Bardsley, Kevin Long, James Tarkowski, and Charlie Taylor.
Erik Pieters and Dwight McNeil are on the flanks, with Josh Brownhill and Ashley Westwood in central midfield.
And upfront, Wood partners Jay Rodriguez in attack.
Kick-off at Anfield against the newly crowned Premier League champions is at 3pm and the match is being shown live on BT Sport.
And Burnley fans have reacted to the Dyche has named, with some disagreeing with the one change he has made by playing Wood instead of Vydra.
Dan Hardy posted: "Naaa wrong decision imo should of kept Vydra in never stops running and good foil for Jay. Wood is lazy. Just hope I’m proved wrong."
Jake Salter responded: "Matej needs resting, probably why he’s missed so many chances. I can imagine we’ll see him back in against Wolves."
One fan posted: "Harsh on Vydra when the team's winning."
Connor Blake posted: "Harsh on vyds especially because of we try long ball then vvd will clear it up."
Darren Gladwell posted: "Pieters must be 1 of the least qualified players to play right mid ever seen."
Another fan posted: "That’s rude on Matej."