These teams last met at Turf Moor in the top division of English football in 1975, a 1-0 win for Leeds, the goal scored by the late Trevor Cherry. Later that same season, Leeds win 2-1 at Elland Road, their goals scored by Duncan McKenzie and Peter Hampton, who also died last year.
Liam Cooper is back in the Leeds squad, having sat out the last four matches, but he will have to settle for a place on the bench.
Burnley make one change from that crucial win at Fulham, as Bailey Peacock-Farrell replaces the injured Nick Pope in goal.
For Leeds, in come Kalvin Phillips and Raphinha in place of Robin Koch and Tyler Roberts after last week’s defeat of Tottenham.
A satisfying season for both clubs? Leeds, most definitely. Burnley, less so but staying up has been achieved with plenty to spare, and on a shoestring budget. That’s been the Sean Dyche way for a few years. If Marcelo Bielsa has anything to learn from Dyche it is that ability to keep staying afloat in the Premier League when those around are circling the drain. It’s an end-of-season affair, so it may well be that both managers let their teams off the leash a little and let them go for it. Let’s hope so, though Dyche will want his team to get something off a manager with diametrically opposed viewpoints on the game and Bielsa never, ever lets up. He will be expecting his players to run just as hard as ever.