JACK Cork is set to miss Burnley’s game against Everton on Saturday after fracturing a bone in his shoulder.

Clarets boss Sean Dyche however is confident that it will not be a long-term injury and that the midfielder will be back after the international break.

Cork picked up the injury in a clash with John McGinn during the 2-2 draw with Aston Villa last time out.

“Corky's the only doubt, he's got a minor very fracture on his scapula, I believe, and although it's not that painful and he says it feels good, there's obviously a precautionary element,” Dyche said.

“He's touch and go but I think we'd probably look wiser to make sure he's ready for the next one, especially with the international break coming.”

Chelsea loanee Danny Drinkwater is stepping up his recovery from an ankle injury but is still not back in full training.

“Drinky continues to make good progress with his ankle and is back on the grass, working with the physios, increasing his fitness levels,”

“He's still got training to come with us and then games but he's looking stronger.”