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Arsenal vs Burnley Live Broadcast 17 February 2024 Watch Live

Burnley will face Arsenal on February 17, 2024 at 19:45 UTC at Allianz Stadium, Turin, Italy. The match is part of the Coppa Italia Championshiphip.

Last Update 17 February 2024

Arsenal vs Burnley Live
Arsenal, on the other hand, are in third place in the league table at the moment and have been fairly impressive this season. The Gunners thrashed West Ham United by a comprehensive 6-0 scoreline in their previous game and will look to achieve a similar scoreline this weekend. Burnley vs Arsenal Prediction Arsenal have come into their own over the past month but have plenty of work to do in the title race at the moment. Bukayo Saka and Declan Rice have been exceptional this season and will look to make their mark this weekend. Burnley have failed to meet expectations this season and will need to play out of their skins on Saturday. Arsenal are the better team at the moment and should be able to win this game. The Gunners were once veering upon a crisis before the winter break, but they've since enjoyed an impressive resurgence over the past month, scoring 16 goals in their previous four victories. They followed up their statement 3-1 win over Liverpool with an emphatic 6-0 victory at West Ham on Sunday. Arsenal's recent upsurge suggests they'll be a part of what's poised to be an exciting three-way title race this term. Saturday's opponents, Burnley, have endured a pretty wretched season on their return to the top flight. The side that played with so much swagger have evolved into a much meeker iteration of themselves this term. The Clarets sit 19th in the table having amassed a meagre 13 points from 24 games. They're bound for the drop. Here's our preview of Saturday's game at Turf Moor. How to watch Burnley vs Arsenal on TV When is kick-off? Saturday 17 February What time is kick-off? 15:00 (GMT) Where is it played? Turf Moor TV channel/live stream? N/A (UK) / UNIVERSO NOW, NBC Sports App, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo (US) / fuboTV (Canada) Referee? Jarred Gillett Burnley team news Burnley have a few long-standing injury concerns heading into Saturday's clash. The Clarets are still without Luca Koleosho due to a knee issue, while Nathan Redmond is also out for the long haul. Defenders Jordan Beyer and Charlie Taylor are both doubts, while Lyle Foster is out for an extended period. The Gunners had seven first-teamers out injured last Sunday at West Ham, and only Takehiro Tomiyasu is likely to return to the matchday squad. Oleksandr Zinchenko and Gabriel Jesus, who are nursing calf and knee injuries respectively, are unlikely to be risked ahead of the trip to Porto next Wednesday. Thomas Partey, Fabio Vieira, and Jurrien Timber all remain out. Emile Smith Rowe's status is unclear after rolling his ankle and missing Sunday's win. Burnley vs Arsenal predicted lineups Burnley: Trafford; Vitinho, O'Shea, Beyer, Delcroix; Ramsey, Berge, Brownhill, Odobert; Amdouni, Fofana. Arsenal: Raya; White, Saliba, Gabriel, Kiwior; Rice, Odegaard, Havertz; Saka, Trossard, Martinelli. Burnley vs Arsenal score prediction Burnley fought admirably in the reverse fixture before falling to a 3-1 defeat at the Emirates. Vincent Kompany's side, however, have performed slightly better away from home. They've amassed a mere five points at Turf Moor this season. The arrival of David Fofana has handed the Clarets an extra outlet in attack, with the striker assiting once and scoring twice in three appearances for the club so far. However, despite Fofana's threat, Burnley should be no match for the imperious Gunners, who are hitting their stride. I suspect the visitors will be able to keep the hosts at arm's length throughout while asserting total control. Mikel Arteta will aim to wrap the contest up early on so he can rest a couple of players ahead of Wednesday's trip to Porto. Arsenal make the trip up to Burnley on Saturday looking to avoid a slip-up after two big Premier League title statements. A win over Liverpool was followed up by a remarkable 6-0 victory at London rivals West Ham to propel the Gunners firmly back into the title race. Burnley manager Vincent Kompany will love to give former club Manchester City a title boost by taking off the Gunners. However, his team have picked up just two points since before Christmas and just two wins all season. Date, kick-off time and venue Burnley vs Arsenal is scheduled for a 3pm GMT kick-off on Saturday, February 17, 2024. The match will take place at Turf Moor. Where to watch Burnley vs Arsenal TV channel: In the UK, the game will not be televised live as it lands during the 3pm Saturday blackout. Free highlights: The Sky Sports app and YouTube channel will show highlights from 5.15pm with Match of the Day broadcasting on BBC One at 10.30pm. Burnley vs Arsenal team news Burnley hope to be able to call upon defender Charlie Taylor again, having been sidelined since early January with a shoulder injury. Elsewhere, Jordan Beyer is still a week or so away. Luca Koleosho and Nathan Redmond are long-term injuries. Arsenal have a number of players hoping to be fit for the trip to Turf Moor. Oleksandr Zinchenko, Emile Smith Rowe, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Fabio Vieira and Gabriel Jesus have all been sidelined of late and will be assessed ahead of the game. Elsewhere, Leandro Trossard impressed in a false nine against West Ham and will hope to have done enough to earn back-to-back starts. Burnley vs Arsenal prediction Arsenal will have eyes on Liverpool’s trip to Brentford in the lunchtime kick-off but this should be a fairly routine three points for themselves on Saturday. The Gunners ran out 3-1 winners in the reverse fixture and it should be more of the same up north. Head to head (h2h) history and results The Gunners have won two, drawn three and lost one of their last six meetings with Burnley. Burnley wins: 34 Draws: 24 Arsenal wins: 56 Burnley vs Arsenal match odds Match Preview After blowing the Premier League title race wide open with victory over Liverpool and humiliating West Ham last time out, Arsenal will be looking to send another warning to fellow top-flight contenders when they visit struggling Burnley at Turf Moor on Saturday. Mikel Arteta’s side overcame Jürgen Klopp’s Reds 3-1 before smashing West Ham 6-0 at London Stadium last Sunday. That victory saw Arsenal record their joint-biggest margin of victory in an away league match and their first such win by six goals since December 1935 against Aston Villa (7-1). It moved the Gunners within two points of league-leading Liverpool and level with second-placed Manchester City – who have played a game fewer – in the league table heading into Matchday 25. Declan Rice scored one and assisted another two against his former employers, with Bukayo Saka (2), William Saliba, Gabriel Magalhães and Leandro Trossard also on target in the London derby thrashing. The win at London Stadium saw Arsenal further display their strength at set pieces. They’ve scored the most goals from corners of any team in the Premier League this season (11), with each of the last three being headers from centre-backs (two from Gabriel and one from Saliba). With his two goals last weekend, Saka became the fifth-youngest player to score 50 goals for Arsenal – aged 22 years and 159 days. In all competitions, Saka has 70 goals and assists combined since the start of the 2021-22 season (40 goals, 30 assists), with Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah the only Premier League player to match that output during the same period. Though Saka took the credit for his goal-scoring prowess at London Stadium, Martin Ødegaard also assisted twice – only Manchester United’s Bruno Fernandes has created more Premier League chances this season than the Arsenal captain and Saka (61 each). Across his career, Ødegaard has created an opportunity every 37 minutes for his teammates in the Premier League; the only two Arsenal players (minimum 90 minutes played) with a better minutes-per-chance created ratio are Mesut Özil (27) and Cesc Fàbregas (32) since Opta began collecting such data in 2003-04. Aside from Arteta’s wealth of attacking riches, Arsenal’s lineup for Saturday’s kick-off could be boosted by numerous returning stars. Gabriel Jesus, Fábio Vieira, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Emile Smith Rowe and Oleksandr Zinchenko could all make comebacks, though Jurriën Timber and Thomas Partey remain out injured. As for the out-of-form hosts, Burnley manager Vincent Kompany will be fearing an immediate return to the Championship as his side sit 19th in the league table, some seven points adrift of safety and 17th-placed Luton Town, who still have a game in hand heading into MD 25. Burnley were defeated 3-1 against Liverpool at Anfield last Saturday, falling to second-half goals from Luis Díaz and Darwin Núñez after Dara O’Shea had cancelled out Diogo Jota’s opener on MD 24. That defeat saw the Clarets concede their 50th goal in their 24th Premier League game this season; it’s the earliest into a league season they’ve shipped as many goals since 1932-33 (23rd game, second tier) and earliest in the top flight since 1929-30 (also 24th match). Although a positive for O’Shea against Liverpool, Burnley will have added concern considering only forwards Lyle Foster (seven) and Zeki Amdouni (five) have been involved in more Premier League goals for Kompany’s men this season than the Irish defender’s four (one goal, three assists). There’s not much positive news on the injury front for Kompany either, with Foster potentially unavailable due to a knock, while Jordan Beyer, Luca Koleosho and Nathan Redmond remain as longer-term absentees. However, ever-reliant English defender Charlie Taylor could return from a should injury if he passes a late fitness test. Kompany will be serving a touchline ban after his yellow card at Anfield last week. Burnley vs Arsenal Head-to-Head Burnley have won just one of their 17 Premier League games against Arsenal (D4 L12), with that victory coming at the Emirates Stadium in December 2020. The Clarets have scored just nine goals in those 17 top-flight games against Arsenal, never managing to find the net more than once in a single match. It’s the most one side has faced another in the competition without ever netting multiple goals. Kompany’s men were 3-1 losers in the reverse fixture this season, too, as Saliba and Zinchenko were on target after Josh Brownhill cancelled out Trossard’s opening goal at the Emirates back in November. The Gunners are also unbeaten in their last 10 away league games against Burnley (W5 D5), with eight of these coming in the Premier League. Only Chelsea have played away against a side more often without ever losing in the competition (nine, also against Burnley). Recent Form Arsenal are one of only two sides with a 100% Premier League record in 2024 so far, winning all four games – against West Ham, Liverpool, Nottingham Forest and Crystal Palace – while scoring 16 goals. It’s only the second time they’ve won their first four league games in a year, also doing so in 1935; they’ve never won their opening five league games in a calendar year. The Gunners have scored 5+ goals in two games in 2024 already, Crystal Palace (5-0) and West Ham (6-0), as many times as they managed in the Premier League in 2023 overall (twice in 42 games). They haven’t done so in three games in one year since 2018 (three times). In complete contrast to Arsenal’s form, Burnley have taken just five points in their 12 home Premier League matches this season (W1 D2 L9), the fewest of any side. The fewest home games into a season any team has reached 10 defeats is 13, by four different teams: Sunderland (2005-06), Huddersfield Town (2018-19), Sheffield United (2020-21) and Watford (2021-22). Kompany’s side have also still not won a Premier League game this season against a side starting the day in the top half of the table. Of their nine games against teams in the top 10 on the morning of the game, the Clarets have drawn one and lost eight, conceding 24 goals. Opta Power Rankings The Opta Power Rankings are a global team ranking system that assigns an ability score to over 13,000 domestic football teams on a scale between zero and 100, where zero is the worst-ranked team in the world and 100 is the best team in the world.


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