The Under-23s return to Turf Moor this afternoon (Monday) to face Queens Park Rangers in the Professional Development League (2pm).
The Clarets’ final three home fixtures of the season are all at Turf Moor with Michael Duff’s side kicking off the run against the R’s, who are fifth in the league’s southern group.
Rangers - coached by former Portsmouth, Tranmere and Jamaica winger Paul Hall - beat Sheffield United last time out, their only win in five games.
Burnley still prop up the northern section but have won two of their last four games and lost by only a single goal in the other two.
That includes a 1-0 defeat to Sheffield Wednesday last Friday and Duff’s side completes a busy month this coming Friday with a trip to face steel city rivals Sheffield United at Stocksbridge.
The Bob Lord Stand is open for this afternoon’s game.
Admission is free to season-ticket holders on production of their season-ticket card and otherwise £4 for adults and £2 concessions.
Tickets must be bought from the ticket office before kick-off with no cash turnstiles in operation.