Squad To Face Burnley

ALAN Pardew has no fresh injury worries ahead of tonight's clash with Burnley at Turf Moor.

The squad remained together in the North West after the 2-1 win at Wigan to prepare for tonight's game, running a two-day training camp just outside Manchester.

Malky Mackay is still two weeks away from fitness with a calf injury, while Steve Lomas, Christian Dailly and Sergei Rebrov are all nursing similar calf problems.

Teddy Sheringham came through Saturday's game unscathed and is in line to start at Burnley, while Matty Etherington has fully recovered from a jarred knee.

Alan Pardew said of the Clarets: "They're a strong side and they'll go into tonight's game off the back of a good result at home to Watford at the weekend.

"Burnley certainly won't make it easy for us and we can expect them to compete for everything and give very little away.

"But we're in pretty good shape as well. The win at Wigan has given us a big lift and its confidence we'll certainly take into the Burnley game.

"This is another vital match, but if we can show the same application and play some of the same football that we did at Wigan then there's no reason why we can't head back to London with a very good points total from these two games."

The team to face Burnley will be chosen from the following squad:

Bywater (GK), Walker (GK), Etherington, Mullins, Powell, Cohen, Reo-Coker, Chadwick, Williams, Repka, Fletcher, Ferdinand, Harewood, Zamora, Sheringham, Newton, Noble, Ward, Ephraim, Brevett.

Burnley v West Ham United at Turf Moor, kick-off 7.45pm.