Arsenal vs Burnley Match preview
Arsenal will turn their attention to the Premier League when they host Burnley at the Emirates Stadium this Sunday.
Mikel Arteta’s men have struggled in the Premier League despite their fine form in the Europa League where they finished the group stages unbeaten, beating Dundalk 4-2 on Thursday evening.
The Gunners’ last win came against Manchester United at Old Trafford and since then, the north London side is yet to register a win in the EPL. Meanwhile, Burnley have not had an excellent start to the current campaign, having only picked a single win in their last 11 games.
- Burnley have lost all their eight matches at the Emirates against Arsenal in all competitions.
- The visitors have failed to score in their last away three matches in the Premier League.
- Arsenal have produced at least three goals in their last six of seven home Premier League matches.
- The Gunners are winless in their last four Premier League matches.
- Arsenal have registered only two clean sheets in their last eight matches in all competitions.
- Burnley have only registered a single victory in their last eight matches in all competitions.
Arsenal vs Burnley Head to Head
The north London side has faced Burnley six times in the Premier League, winning five of them while drawing once without a loss. Last season, the two teams met twice with Arsenal beating Burnely 2-1 in the first leg with the reverse fixture ending in a goalless draw.
Arsenal Team News
Nicolas Pepe will be serving his final match ban and will be available for selection after this match.
Thomas Partey is out of the game after undergoing a scan on his knee, as he picked the injury during the club’s 2-0 defeat to Tottenham last weekend.
Sead Kolasinac, David Luiz, and Reiss Nelson are all doubts and will be assessed.
Burnley Team News
The visitors will miss the services of Jack Corn, who is the only confirmed absentee ahead of the away trip.
Sean Dyche is hoping to recover Johann Gudmundsson, Robbie Brady, Dale Stephens, and Phil Bardsley in time for the trip to the capital.
Arsenal vs Burnley Prediction
These two teams are struggling to get back on their feet and we expect Arsenal to get back to their winning ways at home.
Goals – Over 2.5
We expect more than two goals to be produced in this match therefore over 2.5 markets ascertained by our pundits
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