Burnley lost their last third game of the season, which leaves them with just 1 point after 4 games. They are in the relegation zone now with a goal difference of negative 5 goals at the moment.
However, a good point for Sean Dyche’s side is that they have not lost in the last 3 meetings with the Gunners in all competitions. This might favour them at home this weekend.
Also, their defence has been quite good, having seen under 2.5 goals in 7 of the last 9 games now, in all competitions. With under 5 cards seen consistently, they are also known as a fairly disciplined side.Arsenal’s season, especially Mikel Arteta, got its much-needed lifeline with the win over Norwich City earlier last weekend.
But it’s still a defensive as well as offensive shamble going on at the Emirates, as they remain one of the worst sides in both the attacking and defensive departments in the league. They have conceded first in 7 of the last 9 games and have lost 6 of their last 9 games in all competitions.