Arsenal travel to Turf Moor to face Lancashire side Burnley in the early kick-off of the Premier League today. The Gunners will look to secure a good result after their impressive victory over Leicester last time.
Arsenal have been poor in the Premier League this season having lost 11 league games already and are placed 10th. Arsenal was impressive away at Leicester last weekend securing a 3-1 away win.
Sean Dyche side are placed 15th on the table, six points ahead of 18th placed Fulham. The Clarets played out a 1-1 draw with Leicester City at Turf
Burnley defeated Arsenal in the reverse leg at the Emirates Stadium and they're looking to secure the double over Gunners for the first time since since 1962-1963 season.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored more League goals(7) against Burnley than against any other teams in the division.
Here is Arsenal possible lineup that should start the game
1. Goalkeeper & Defenders
The German is Arsenal's number one goalkeeper and has impressed in recent months impressed in recent months. He keeps his place.
The Spaniard has been out of form in recent weeks but he's Mikel Arteta preferred choice at the right-back. He was rested against Leicester City and should start this.
The Brazilian has seen his form improve in recent months. He converted Willian corner to score the equalizer for Arsenal against Leicester City and Arsenal looks stronger with him in the team. He should keep his place
The Brazilian was an unused substitute against Leicester City and should be refreshed for this. His looking to form a strong partnership with Luiz and should come back into the team for this
Kieran Tierney (LB)
The Left-back season have been plagued with injuries and should probably be rested before a trip to Olympiacos but he's the best available at the team. He should start
Thomas Partey (CM)
The Ghanaian debut season has been plagued by injuries. He featured for only the last 24 minutes against Leicester and should be good to go for this.
Granit Xhaka (CM)
The Swiss international has played too many matches recently but with no better replacement, expect him to start this
The Norwegian replaced Emile Smith Rowe in the first after the England youngster limped off injured against Leicester City. Smith-Rowe is back fit but Odegaard should keep his place
Bukayo Saka (RW)
The youngster was given a rest against Leicester City after playing too many matches recently. He is arguably Arsenal player of the season and his creativity with be needed against a deep defensive side like Burnley.
Alexandre Lacazette (ST)
Alexandre Lacazette (ST): The French striker was restored to the starting lineup against Leicester City and turned in a good performance. His link up play was exceptional against Leicester and should keep his place
Pierre Emerick Aubameyang (LW)
After a poor start to the season, the Arsenal skipper has regained his form in recent weeks. He played less than 10 minutes against Leicester City. He should start
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