Clarets defenders Ben Mee and Stephen Ward are both rated touch and go for Saturday's penultimate home game against West Brom.
Burnley can mathmatically guarantee Premier League safety with a win, whatever Swansea do at home to Everton later in the evening.
But they could be without Mee (shin), who missed the 2-0 win at Crystal Palace, and Ward (knee), who came off just before half-time at Selhurst Park.
Boss Sean Dyche said: “Ben is touch and go, we’ll have to wait and see. He is actively working to stay as fit as he can, but it is a deep-seated bruise on the bone, and it’s a case of getting that to settle down. “He’d been getting by for a few weeks, but it became too sore, and we have to monitor it, so it will be a surprise if he’s ready.”
On Ward, he added: “I’ll find out more today (Thursday), it’s settled down Monday and Tuesday, but he is touch and go as well to be honest. “He had a question mark over his knee last week, but felt fit to play.
“Keano had a bit of a knock but came through, and otherwise we’re alright.”