[[EPL/STREAMS]] Burnley vs Arsenal Live Free Broadcast ON 11 November 2023
Arsenal need to put their stumbling recent domestic form behind them as they host Burnley this weekend. Arsenal vs Burnley live stream: How to watch Premier League game online
Last weekend's controversial defeat to Newcastle came after a tame Carabao Cup exit to West Ham, but the mood was lifted on Wednesday night as the Gunners eased to victory over Sevilla to take a big step towards the Champions League knockout stages.
Mikel Arteta's side have been strong at home all season, unbeaten in the eight matches they have played at the Emirates Stadium in all competitions, and they will be confident of extending that run against an out-of-form Burnley team.
The Clarets have picked up just four points from their opening 11 Premier League matches - it would be a huge surprise if they added to that tally here.
Arsenal vs Burnley live stream, Date, Time, Channels
The Arsenal vs Burnley live stream takes place on Saturday, November 11.
Time: 3 p.m. GMT / 10 a.m. ET / 7 a.m. PT / 2 a.m. AEDT (Nov. 12)
U.S. — Watch on Peacock
It’s fair to say that Mikel Arteta was not the happiest of managers last week after his Arsenal side lost 1-0 to Newcastle. The Spaniard tore into the match officials, labeling the decision to allow Anthony Gordon’s winner as “embarrassing” and a “disgrace”. While the goal was controversial, the Gunners did struggle in attack and will need far more from summer signing Kai Havertz who has been unable to make an impact since joining the club from Chelsea.
While Arsenal will be looking to get the most from the likes of Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli, Burnley will hope to cause the Arsenal backline some problems. Vincent Kompany’s side have struggled in front of goal this season, scoring just eight goals in 11 games — the worst return in the Premier League. Currently second bottom of the table, they will need much more from attacking players Zeki Amdouni, Jay Rodriquez and Luca Koleosho if they hope to cause a huge upset in north London.
Bukayo Saka limped off with what appeared to be an ankle injury late in the win over Sevilla and will need to be assessed after not training on Thursday, while Takehiro Tomiyasu came off at half-time after suffering "discomfort" in the opening 45 minutes.
Martin Odegaard and Eddie Nketiah will hope to return for the Gunners, after failing late fitness tests in midweek, but Gabriel Jesus, Thomas Partey and Emile Smith Rowe all remain sidelined. Leandro Trossard's performance in Europe could be enough for him to start against Burnley, even if Nketiah is fit.
Burnley are set to be without Lyle Foster again, with the striker unlikely to return from illness until after the international break.
Aaron Ramsey is a major doubt with a knock, but Josh Cullen is expected to be back in the starting lineup after missing the Crystal Palace last weekend through suspension.
There were signs that Arsenal's forward stars were starting to find form again in midweek, though they did benefit from the space Sevilla allowed them.
Even with the Gunners not firing on all cylinders, this should be a comfortable afternoon for them. No side has scored fewer Premier League goals than Burnley this season, and only Sheffield United have conceded more. That's not a great combination.
Burnley boss Vincent Kompany would love to do his former club a favour with a result against Arsenal, but that will be a tall order - as his side have won just four points all season.
It's been a hugely disappointing return to the Premier League so far for the Turf Moor outfit, who are the lowest scorers in the division with eight goals from 11 games, while only Sheffield United have conceded more goals.