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Arsenal vs Burnley Live Match Stream

Our live stream ahead of Sundays Premier League match, Arsenal vs Burnley is now up and running, kicking off at 19.15 GMT

You can keep an eye on the commentary as it happens below, but first, we take a preview into the fixture, lineups, predictions and much more…

Arsenal come into the game off the back of a 2-0 loss to north London rivals, Tottenham last weekend. Arsenal have also lost to Liverpool, Manchester City, Leicester City, Aston Villa and Wolverhampton Wanderers in their last nine outings – marking their worst spell since April 1995.

The Gunners come into the game in 15th place, having tallied the lowest points return after 11 league games since the 1981-82 campaign.

Scoring goals has been the biggest issue for the North London outfit, with only the bottom three sides – including next opponents Burnley – netting fewer than Arsenal’s 10 goals.

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Burnley have not exactly been in great form themselves, either, winning just one of their opening 10 matches, with that coming at home to Crystal Palace a few weeks ago.

They have since lost 5-0 to Manchester City and drawn 1-1 with Everton, seeing them slip below Fulham into the relegation zone of the Premier League table.

The last time the two clubs met was in February, playing out a 0-0 draw at Turf Moor…

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Mikel Arteta

“The team has to perform and that they have the mindset to go and win the game,” Arteta said. “We know the urgency we have to get results and the stats, in my opinion in this moment, are not very relevant.

“Burnley are a really organised team. They are a constant threat because they are really direct but they play that game really, really well.”

“They manage their first, second and third phases really well, the way they attack the box, set-pieces are key against them as well.

“They are difficult to break down because they have been working together with the same manager for a long time, and they know each other really well.

“They are disciplined and they have a good spirit and character among the team. They are always ready to fight and make it difficult for you.”

Sean Dyche

On last weekend

“I thought we had a nice balance. We had a high physical demand and I think we are on the right lines and were against Everton. We had a big blip against Man City but they are a top side.”

On injuries

“I don’t think anyone jumps off the page. Bardo should be around it and Dale Stephens probably needs a bit more football.”

“Johann is still touch and go and I think he will probably need more recovery time”

“Corky is making good progress and is on the grass with us so it is good to see. First thing’s first is to make sure he (Cork) is fit and well”

“It is about having a common sense approach, he is going to need some football. We want him to be 100 per cent or as close to that as it can be.”

On Arsenal…

“Over the years we haven’t had a result against them but we have stepped on a number of times.”

“A few decisions have gone against us down the years”

“We have to be diligent to what we do, go down there on the front foot and take the game on.”

“That is going to be the mindset going down there. It takes time for managers to find the right balance”

“Every manager is looking for clean sheets and to score goals, in a simple form. If you add in a little bit of noise, a big expectation of Arsenal.”

“It is tricky. They are still a top side, they have players who have cost a fortune and are very good.”

“We have to play well, you can’t expect anything from these type of games if you don’t play well”

On changing Arsenal

“They have players of quality. If they are changing their style of play then the manager will think about what is right, as will the players I am sure.”

“We have to focus on what we are learning about our group and go there on the front foot.”

“The manager is there to pick the team, they have some high quality youngsters and Arsenal always do have. They have some good experienced players as well.”

On Arsenal’s style

“There is a lot made from outside of Arsenal but in house he and his players and staff will have their own thoughts on how they try to play and whether they have found the right group or not.”

“A lot of teams cross the ball and look to get the ball into the right areas a number of times in different ways.”

“Crosses won’t go out of the game, so if they are trying to use a crossing style of game more than they were previously that might be by design or it might be by the set-up of any given game.”

“The coverage of these sides is massive, certainly the big powerhouses which Arsenal are certainly one of them, whether they are currently might not be the case but they are generally.”

“They have some very high quality players, individually and as a collective.”

“We have to guard against everything they have to offer.”

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Arsenal Premier League form: LWLDLL
Arsenal form (all competitions): DWLWLW

Burnley Premier League form: LLDWLD


Arsenal possible starting lineup:
Leno; Bellerin, Holding, Gabriel, Tierney; Ceballos, Xhaka; Willian, Lacazette, Saka; Aubameyang

Burnley possible starting lineup:
Pope; Lowton, Tarkowski, Mee, Taylor; Brady, Westwood, Brownhill, McNeil; Rodriguez, Wood


Under 2.5 Goals – 10/11 with FanTeam

Arsenal have had a lot of issues this season (as can be seen by their current Premier League position) but perhaps at the forefront of those is their inept attack. Dominic Calvert-Lewin has scored more goals by himself than the entire Arsenal squad in the Premier League this season.

Their attacking patterns have been predictable and easy to defend against lately. If Arsenal persists with aimless crosses, Burnley will no doubt swat away most attacks. The Gunners may well come out on top but a thrashing looks unlikely.

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