The Clarets have no fresh injury woes and will be well-rested after Dyche made changes to the side that faced Fulham.
Charlie Taylor is the only one likely to miss the game and is unlikely to be rushed back after his time out due to injury.
Despite impressing, Marvellous Nkakamba is likely to be sidelined as John McGinn returns from suspension.
Kourtney Hause and Wesley are both still out with long term injuries and will miss this clash.
Pope, Lowton, Mee, Tarkowski, Pieters; McNeil, Brownhill, Westwood, Brady; Rodriguez, Barnes.
Martinez, Cash, Konsa, Mings, Targett; McGinn, Luiz; Traore, Barkley, Grealish; Watkins.
Ones to watch
If he starts Jay Rodriguez is definitely to one to keep an eye out for, his two goals against Fulham in the FA Cup ended a terrible goal drought.
The striker also offers a different dynamic to Burnley going forward, and with Wood in poor form, Rodriguez is likely to come in to try and replicate his FA Cup performance.
For Dean Smith's men, there is only one man who can take this spot and that's Jack Grealish. He has five goals and eight assists in 17 Premier League appearances.
Grealish is instrumental to Villa's attack but also offers a workmanlike mentality that leads the rest of his side. If in form he could be very destructive in this battle.
The last time these two sides faced it ended all square. When it comes to their last six meetings the Clarets have won only once with Aston Villa winning twice meaning the sides have drawn three times in the six matches.
With their current form, Burnley will fancy their chances winning this tie but history favours the opposition.
How to watch
The game is live on TV on BT Sport 2 and is also on their app and website for all UK fans.