Arsenal host Burnley at The Emirates Stadium this afternoon in the Premier League, with a kick-off time of 15:00, the referee is Michael Oliver.
Today’s visitors are currently on a run of four defeats after picking up their first three points of the season away at Luton Town at the start of October. They have only picked up four points from a possible 33 so far, conceding 27 and only scoring 8. Arsenal, meanwhile, recently saw their unbeaten run come to an end with a controversial defeat at St. James’ Park versus Newcastle United. The visitors sit 19th, while Arsenal are fourth with 24 points from a possible 33.
Both sets of teams will be published live below, so refresh the page at 14:00 to view both line-ups and benches.
Arsenal XI: 22. Raya, 18. Tomiyasu, 6. Gabriel, 2. Saliba, 35. Zinchenko, 20. Jorginho (c), 41. Rice, 29. Havertz, 11. Martinelli, 7. Saka, 19. Trossard.
Substitutes: 1. Ramsdale, 15. Kiwior, 25. Elneny, 76 Walters, 89. Ibrahim, 21. Vieira, 71. Sagoe Jr, 24. Nelson, 14. Nketiah.
Burnley XI: 1. Trafford, 2. O’Shea, 3. C. Taylor, 5. Beyer, 7. Gudmundsson, 8. Brownhill (c), 16. Berge, 22. Vitinho, 25. Amdouni, 30. Koleosha, 9. Rodriguez.
Substitutes: 29. Vigouroux, 14. Roberts, 15. Redmond, 21. Ramsey, 24. Cullen, 34. Bruun Larsen, 44. Delcroix, 45. Obafemi, 47. Odobert.
Referee: Michael Oliver.
Assistant Referee: Stuart Burt.
Assistant Referee: Dan Cook.
Fourth Official: Craig Pawson.
Video Assistant Referee: Michael Salisbury.
Additional Video Assistant Referee: Ian Hussin.
Pre-match views from the forum:
Riou: “Same team as Sevilla, but with Zinchenko in for Tomi and Fabio in for Jorginho (also Nelson for Saka if he isn’t fit).
Going for a 4-1 here, let’s try and continue pumping up the goal difference as you never know how important it could be.”
OnlyOne: “Remember before the Newcastle game I told you all I had a bad feeling as I wasn’t able to watch and we lost embarrassingly?
Well, I’ve got a feeling Havertz has an incredible game tomorrow, think he builds on his last really good performances. He lacks a little cohesion when he embraces and tries to correlate the last shot or pass, but he’s getting there and started to show that recently.”
Tom Mix: “If we can get our shooting boots on and stop trying to walk the ball in I can see us getting three or four, this has to be as much of a routine win as the Sheffield Utd game. I saw a few of their fans today and they were talking about buying fridge magnets. That’s all they’re going to take back from London in my opinion.
I fancy Trossard to have a good game and score, maybe a couple. Eddie will get one if he plays and maybe Havertz scores too.
Can someone get the MotM thread up and running now, to save time?”