Arsenal are looking to rebound from defeat at Newcastle last time out as they face Burnley in the Premier League this weekend.
Arsenal currently sit 4th in the Premier League with seven wins, three draws and one loss from eleven games so far this season.
The Gunners are having a solid if not quite as electrifying as last season's opening few months of the campaign as they find themselves competing firmly on all fronts.
They lost only their first game of the season last weekend as they fell to a 1-0 defeat away at Newcastle United in contentious circumstances, with Anthony Gordon's goal disputable on more than one account.
Even taking away the controversy Arsenal were a million miles away from being at their best and that has been the case on more than one occasion this season with Mikel Arteta's men seemingly struggling to get out of third gear.
The fact they're still where they are in the league table speaks volumes of their quality considering they've performed well short of their potential as a side and have still picked up good results, and they picked up another one on Wednesday night to rebound from the defeat in Newcastle as they beat Sevilla 2-0 in the Champions League.
Goals from Leandro Trossard and Bukayo Saka sealed an impressive win for Arteta's side which effectively confirms qualification to the knockout rounds.
They do, then, have their momentum back now and they can come into this one with the wind in their sails looking to make it successive victories and put the disappointment of Newcastle behind them.
Burnley currently sit 19th in the Premier League with one win, one draw and nine losses from eleven games so far this season.
It's been the stuff of nightmares for the Clarets in the Premier League this season having collapsed on almost all fronts, despite coming into the season with a fairly notable weight of expectation behind them following a barnstorming season in the Championship last time out.
Vincent Kompany's side are coming into this game woefully out of form having lost all of their last five matches by a combined scoreline of 14-2.
Burnley's goal difference of -19 is the second-worst in the division with the Clarets struggling to compete at both ends of the pitch.
Their most recent game saw them lose 0-2 at home to Crystal Palace, a record result that made Burnley the first team to lose all of their first six home games in a Premier League season.
The good news for Burnley is that they're still only two points from safety despite their abysmal start to the season so there's no need to panic yet and they'll feel like they've had a fairly tough start in terms of fixture difficulty.
They need a win just about as much as any side in the division but it's not likely to come here.
For our Arsenal vs. Burnley prediction, we're going for a 2-0 win for the home side.