Gus Poyet knows exactly what Steve Bruce is going through as the Tigers boss attempts to drag his club out of an alarming slump
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Steven Reid is available for Burnley's match at home to Hull on Saturday after a groin problem.
Midfielder Matt Taylor is back in initial training after an Achilles operation but is not ready to return to playing.
Striker Sam Vokes is still working his way back from a serious knee injury.
Provisional Burnley squad: Heaton, Trippier, Lafferty, Ward, Duff, Shackell, Mee, Reid, Wallace, Kightly, Cisak, Sordell, Marney, Jutkiewicz, Boyd, Gilks, Keane, Long, Barnes, Arfield, Ings, Chalobah, Jones
Mark Clattenburg will return refereeing a Premier League match this weekend after being selected to be in charge of Burnley v Hull.
Clattenburg had been dropped for last weekend's top flight fixtures after breaking protocol so he could watch an Ed Sheeran concert.
Hull defender Alex Bruce will be out for up to a month after injuring his hamstring.
After a spell out of the side, Bruce returned for the Tigers in their 0-0 draw at Liverpool last month and was expected to keep his place for Saturday's home clash against Southampton.
But he went down at the end of the final pre-match training session and missed the match.
The 30-year-old will also be unavailable for Northern Ireland's Euro 2016 qualifier in Romania on November 14, though it is understood he was not in the provisional squad.
"Alex got injured in training on Friday, one of the last kicks of the session," manager Steve Bruce told Hull's official website.
"It's a hamstring but we don't think it's too serious. It's probably going to be two, three or four weeks."
Defender Alex Bruce is desperate for Hull to get their own back on Southampton.
The Saints did the double over the Tigers last season, easing to a 4-1 victory on home turf having already taken a 1-0 win at the KC Stadium.
– Alex Bruce
They were a bit of a bogey team for us last year.
They played very well here and at St Mary's. Hopefully we can put that right with a win.
We have to approach it in the right way because we owe them one as it stands.
They've hit the ground running this season but hopefully we can stop them in their tracks.
Nottingham Forest have completed the loan signing of Hull midfielder Tom Ince.
Reds boss Stuart Pearce has been in talks with the Barclays Premier League club for several days and on Thursday morning an agreement was reached for the 22-year-old winger to move to the City Ground on a deal until December 28.
Pearce is keen to breathe new life into his side's promotion push, following a seven-match winless run in the Sky Bet Championship, and Ince will go straight into the Forest squad for Saturday's trip to Huddersfield.
Nottingham Forest are in talks with Hull about a potential loan deal for Tom Ince, Press Association Sport understands.
Reds boss Stuart Pearce is keen to breathe new life into his side's promotion push, following a seven-match winless run in the Sky Bet Championship, and he hopes to sign the 22-year-old winger on an initial month-long loan.