Arsenal vs Burnley Live Stream, Team News & Match Preview : Can Dyche cause a shock at Emirates?

Its Arsenal v Burnley today live and streaming from the Emirates, plus team news and odds as the Gunners look to build confidence with a convincing win.

Arsenal will be out to build on last weekend’s somewhat fortunate win over Sunderland when they face the league’s bottom side, Burnley on Saturday.

The Gunners beat the Black Cats 2-0 last time out but were indebted to two errors from their former goalkeeper Vito Mannone to secure the points.

The win moved the club up to fifth in the table and with Theo Walcott set to make his comeback this weekend the club are on the up.

Get 2/1 on the Chelsea/Arsenal double! (was 1/2) :


The England speed merchant is likely to have to contend with a place on the bench as he is eased back into action however with Alexis Sanchez in fine form, the Chilean has either scored or assisted in all of the club’s last four games, manager Arsene Wenger is excited at the pace available to him.

“My imagination works like yours, but I have to prove that they can work together on the pitch and that’s what I’ll try to do when everybody’s back” The French manager said.

“We dropped points at home unexpectedly against Hull and that’s why we have to focus on winning the Burnley game before I can plan giving Theo some competition.”

Burnley meanwhile will hope to emulate the recent success of Hull. The Tigers were unlucky not to claim all three points on their recent visit to the Emirates with a late goal salvaging a point for the Gunners.

arsenal streaming live as they face Burnley.Sean Dyche’s men have yet to win this season in the league, winning four and losing five of their opening 9 games.

The run has left them rooted to the bottom and with five points between them and fourth from bottom Leicester they are danger of slipping away already.

Dyche will celebrate two years in charge this weekend and he will hope that the mark the occasion with a famous win at the Emirates.

Dean Marney is set to feature after recovering from a hamstring injury.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.