James Milner is training in full this week ahead of Liverpool's trip to Turf Moor and the versatile veteran is thought to be lining up at left back against the Clarets.
Liverpool midfielder James Milner has officially retired from international football with England after this summer's European championships.
Liverpool cruised to an emphatic 4-0 win over Barcelona at Wembley on Saturday, but the victory came at a cost, as injuries begin to mount at Anfield.
In a move that may well signal that he's going to start against Russia when Euro 2016 opens, James Milner has been handed a start in England's final friendly before the summer tournament.
James Milner has had a very productive week so far, notching two assists in the win over Stoke on Sunday and two more assists in a wild 4-3 win over Borussia Dortmund this evening.
James Milner made a rash challenge while on a yellow card and was sent off leaving his teammates with a difficult task that they ultimately accomplished.
James Milner played a part in each of Liverpool's first two goals as the Reds would go on to beat Manchester City 3-0, giving them some level of revenge for the loss against the same opponent just a few days ago in the Capital One Cup final.
James Milner will miss Liverpool's trip to Watford on Sunday with a calf issue and according to Jurgen Klopp, the midfielder has no timetable for return.
Liverpool weren't quite the attacking juggernauts who ripped apart Manchester City last week, but sound defending and a James Milner goal secured them three more points in a 1-0 win over Swansea City.
James Milner and Jordan Ibe have been passed fit for Liverpool ahead of a tough test against Manchester City at the Emirates in the late feature match tomorrow.
James Milner is expected to miss Sundays’ clash against Crystal Palace as well as the upcoming England internationals versus Spain and France due to a hamstring problem.
James Milner grabbed his first goal as a member of Liverpool, a game-winner, as Liverpool toppled Australian outfit Brisbane Roar, 1-2.
Liverpool and James Milner have reached a compromise and the midfielder will join the Reds after his deal with Manchester City expires on July first.
James Milner is a target for Liverpool this summer, as his veteran leadership would be a welcome replacement for the departing Steven Gerrard.