Manchester United have reduced their capacity for the Burnley game due to an ambulance strike

Manchester United last faced Burnley at Old Trafford in December 2021

Manchester United have cut capacity at Old Trafford by 12,000 for next Wednesday’s Carabao Cup fourth round tie with Burnley due to a ambulance strike taking place on the same day.

Manchester United have said that option is not open to them for a number of reasons, including “the unavailability of other key public services and matchday staff over the Christmas period”.

The club has confirmed that West Stand tier two and North Stand tier three will be closed, leaving the link with a capacity of 62,000.

As the game is sold out, the club say they will contact those affected and offer refunds.

The game is United’s first since the season was interrupted for the World Cup. Of their contingent that played in Qatar, only Christian Eriksen and Facundo Pellistri are expected to be available.

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