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Arsenal will be hoping to end their three-match losing streak at home in the Premier League this weekend, as they take on Burnley on Sunday.
The Gunners have lost five of their last seven league matches, including a 0-2 defeat in the North London derby last time out, so this game represents an opportunity for Mikel Arteta’s side to get their 2020/21 season back on track.
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Arsenal will be without Thomas Partey; Burnley are unlikely to be able to welcome back Phil Bardsley, Johan Berg Gudmundsson, Dale Stephens and Jack Cork; Watch Arsenal vs Burnley on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event from 7pm; kick-off 7.15pm
Arsenal will be without Thomas Partey for Sunday’s Premier League visit of Burnley. The midfielder remains sidelined with a thigh problem, while club-record signing Nicolas Pepe misses out as he serves the last of a three-game ban following his red card at Leeds
Jack Cork is Burnley’s only confirmed absentee ahead of their trip to Arsenal.
Sean Dyche is hoping to recover Johann Gudmundsson, Robbie Brady, Dale Stephens and Phil Bardsley in time for the trip to the capital.
Dyche will hope to name the same XI that started the draw with Everton last week, though that is dependant on Brady’s fitness.
Nicolas Pepe serves the third game of his three-match suspension, while Thomas Partey is ruled out for the home side.
Gabriel Martinelli stepped up his return from injury in a behind closed doors friendly in the week, but is not ready for regular game time.
Sead Kolasinac, David Luiz and Reiss Nelson are all doubts and will be assessed.
NAME: Arsenal – Burnley
DATE: 13 Dec 2020
TIME: 19:15 UTC
VENUE: Emirates Stadium, London, England