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            Match Result

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            Both Teams To Score

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            Burnley vs. Arsenal Prediction, Tips & Stats

            Arsenal are looking to continue their impressive run of form as they travel north to take on Burnley in the Premier League this weekend.

            Burnley currently sit 19th in the Premier League with three wins, four draws and seventeen losses from twenty-four games this season.

            The Clarets have had a poor season on the whole in the Premier League and face a tough task in trying to find a way to salvage their status in the league at the back end of the campaign.

            They're entering this game woefully out of form having gone winless in their last seven games, losing five of those.

            They're coming into this one fresh off the back of a 3-1 defeat at Anfield, a game in which they gave a good account of themselves despite the ultimately unfavourable scoreline and could have taken more from the encounter with more ruthless finishing.

            Their form on home soil has been very poor this season with Vincent Kompany's side winning just once in front of their own fans all season.

            Burnley are winless in their last four head-to-head meetings with Arsenal and fell to a resounding 3-1 loss at the Emirates back in November, and all things considered it feels they're likely to fall to the same fate here.

            Arsenal currently sit 3rd in the Premier League with sixteen wins, four draws and four losses from twenty-four games this season.

            Arsenal are entering crunch time in what is a huge season for them as they desperately chase the glory of winning one of the two big trophies, something that's eluded them for twenty years now.

            They've had an undesirable reputation for flaming out at the business end of the season for over a decade now, but there looks like there might be some early signs that suggest they're a different outfit this time around.

            Mikel Arteta's side suffered a brief wobble around Christmas time but have come back with a bang following the winter break, where they've now won all of their last four games by a combined scoreline of 16-2.

            The Gunners claimed a signature 3-1 win over Liverpool at the Emirates nearly a fortnight ago in what was arguably their best performance of the season, and they followed that up with a resounding 6-0 thumping of West Ham United at the London Stadium at the weekend thanks to goals from William Saliba, Bukayo Saka (X2), Gabriel Magalhães, Leandro Trossard and Declan Rice.

            Mikel Arteta's side flew out of the blocks in that game and were reminiscent of the side that took the league by storm in the first half of last season and if they've now set the tone for what remains in the run in this season the Gunners could be in for something special.

            Such is Manchester City's ruthlessness, Arsenal can ill-afford any serious slip-ups from now until May so every game is a must-win, this one included.

            For our Burnley vs. Arsenal prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the away side.

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            Burnley Team News

            French youngster Maxime Esteve should keep his place in the starting lineup alongside last weekend's goalscorer Dara O'Shea at centre-back, but Aaron Ramsey is in danger of being replaced, with Danish winger Jacob Bruun Larsen knocking on the door.

            Luca Koleosho, Jordan Beyer, Lyle Foster and Nathan Redmond all remain out for Vincent Kompany's side.

            Arsenal Team News

            Takehiro Tomiyasu and Oleksandr Zinchenko are both doubtful following their absence at the London Stadium last weekend, so Jakub Kiwior is expected to retain his place at left-back.

            Gabriel Jesus and Emile Smith Rowe are both doubts as they near returns from short-term injuries, while Jurrien Timber, Thomas Partey and Fabio Vieira all remain out.

            Expect Mikel Arteta to stick with the same side that started the 6-0 win over the Hammers last weekend.

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