Burnley v Arsenal: Premier League - Live!

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta hailed 'remarkable' Burnley ahead of this weekend's showdown at Turf Moor.

Saturday, 6th March 2021, 7:30 am
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang of Arsenal is put under pressure by Ashley Westwood (R) and James Tarkowski of Burnley (L) during the Premier League match between Arsenal and Burnley at Emirates Stadium on December 13, 2020 in London, England.

The Spaniard credited the Clarets for their longevity in the Premier League and applauded the challenge that they pose at this level.

The ex-Everton and Rangers midfielder, who ended his playing career with the Gunners, is yet to see his side score a goal against Burnley.

The visitors were held to a goalless draw in this fixture last season while Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's own goal handed Sean Dyche's men victory at the Emirates earlier in the season.

Arsenal have not lost at Turf Moor in eight league meetings, dating back to December 1973, but a home win would see the Clarets complete a league double over their opponents for the first time since the 1962-63 campaign.

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Burnley v Arsenal: Premier League - Live!

Last updated: Saturday, 06 March, 2021, 13:42

Pieters booked for a foul on Lacazette

Willian is withdrawn and Pepe is his replacement.

Brady replaces Gudmundsson for Burnley.

Odegaard is replaced by Lacazette for Arsenal.

Pieters replaces Taylor for Burnley.

What did you make of Burnley’s equaliser?

Arteta won’t have been a happy man at half-time!

Saka booked for a late challenge on Taylor.

Pope gets down well to keep out Odegaard's strike.

Half-time: Burnley 1 Arsenal 1

Wood’s fifth goal of the season sees the Clarets go in level at the break.

GOAL: Burnley 1 Arsenal 1

Xhaka makes a horrendous mistake when attempting to try and play the ball across his own box and the Swiss international’s pass cannons off Wood and goes in.

Another chance for the away side

Partey has time and space on the edge of the box after being picked out by Odegaard, but the midfielder can’t hit the target. Pope is not amused.

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