Burnley and Arsenal will be at the face of each other this afternoon for the return leg of their Premier League clash.
Sean Dyche and Mikel Arteta meet for the second time this season at the Turf Moor Stadium and the time for the match is 1:30 PM.
What are we expecting in this match?
NB: Every details and analysis in this article is solely my opinion.
Will Arsenal continues their Top Four Push?
Without any doubt, one of the key season's objectives handed over to Mikel Arteta by the Arsenal board is to earn the team a UEFA Champions League spot.
Mikel Arteta is lucky to have two potential ways of achieving this objective, it's either he finishes in the Top Four of the Premier League or wins the UEFA Europa League title.
As it stands now, both options are still open with the Gunners finding themselves in a good position on the league table. Arsenal is 10th on the league table and are only 10 points behind 4th placed Chelsea.
Mikel Arteta chances of finishing in the top four is still alive and his backup option of winning the UEFA Europa League is still achievable.
No doubt, Arsenal absence in the UEFA Champions League has cost the team great fortune and their reputation as an elite team is fast dwindling.
Since Arsenal dropped out of the UEFA Champions League for the first time in the last season of Arsene Wenger they have not been able to qualify for the competition and have failed three consecutive years.
The clock is ticking for Mikel Arteta and Arsenal as they only have 11 matches to save their season and qualify for the UEFA Champions League.
Arsenal performance gd improved.
Arsenal performance in the last two games has improved and things are really looking good for the Gunners after winning two high profile and matches in a row.
Mikel Arteta was full confidence and satisfied with his team after their impressive win against Leicester City last weekend, Mikel Arteta revealed that Arsenal is on the right track to achieve success.
Arsenal possible lineup.
Leno, Bellerin, David Luiz, Gabriel, Tierney, Xhaka, Smith Rowe, Curtis, Saka, Pepe, Aubamayang.
Burnley's Starting lineup; Lowton, Pope, Tarkowski, Taylor, Mee, Brownhill, Gudmundsson, Westwood, Rodriguez, McNeil, Wood.
Arsenal is in a good form at the moment and will likely win the game by a two-goal margin.
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