Arsenal failed in their attempt to stay winning in the Premier League last weekend but will have the opportunity to return to winning ways when they play Burnley on Saturday.
The game, slated for a 3 pm kickoff, presents Mikel Arteta’s men with the chance to keep the pressure on Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur who are above them on the league table.
The Gunners were in action in midweek as they recorded a 2-0 win over Sevilla in the UEFA Champions League with Leandro Trossard and Bukayo Saka scoring at the Emirates.
Burnley have not enjoyed a smooth return to the league so far and have won just one of their 11 league games, losing nine and drawing one.
Vincent Kompany’s boys have lost their last four games in the competition since the win over Luton early last month. That win also happened to be their only away win since the return to the English top flight.
Arsenal have only dropped four points at home from the first six games at the Emirates, winning four and drawing two.
The Gunners have also conceded just six games in front of their fans in the league.