The England international missed out against Leeds United last time out due to a niggling knee injury, and has been described as "touch and go" ahead of the visit of top-four-chasing Liverpool.
However, Sean Dyche is unlikely to take any risks with his number one given that there is little left to fight for this season and the European Championship is just around the corner.
Bailey Peacock-Farrell is therefore expected to fill in for this game, despite having conceded 14 goals in his four appearances this term, ending up on the losing side on each occasion too.
Dyche's options for rotation are limited due to a small squad size, but he could look to make changes for the final home game of the season given their 4-0 defeat to Leeds United last time out.
Every player will be desperate to feature in Burnley's first game back in front of fans, and Ashley Barnes will be among those pushing for a recall after scoring the winner at Anfield in the reverse fixture.
Barnes could therefore become the first Burnley player since Willie Irvine in 1965-66 to net home and away against Liverpool in the same league season.
Burnley possible starting lineup: Peacock-Farrell; Lowton, Tarkowski, Mee, Taylor; Brownhill, Cork, Westwood, McNeil; Wood, Barnes
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