Mikel Arteta & co. will trip to Turf Moor to fače Burnley in the Premier League matchday five of the season on Saturday afternoon.
The Gunners will be aiming to getting back-to-back victory after secured their first league win with 1-0 victory over Norwich City at Emirates stadium last week, thanks to Aubameyang, who čapitalize Nicolas Pepe’s effort to handed his side’s desired three points
The north London kick-off their Premier League campaign in disappointing ways, as they suffered three čonsecutive league defeats to Brentford, Chelsea and defending champions Manchester City but case different last week, as they ended the winless strike.
For the first 20 minutes against the Canaries, Mikel Arteta’s men had couples of chance, with including Aubameyang one-on-one save by shot-stopper Tim Krul, but the Gunners struggled to broken the deadločk.
After a lot shot on target in second-half of the game, with including Pepe strike with was bločk by Brandon Williams, Arsenal finally broken the deadlock in 66 minutes through skipper Aubameyang.
The Gabon international prodded in after Nicolas Pepe had two shots rebound off both posts in a frantic goal-line sčramble.
Meanwhile, Takëhiro Tomiyasu made perfect start to his career in London after marked his Arsenal’s debut with eye-catching display in front of Gunners fans at Emirates last week.
The Japan international, who comfortable at right-back or in central defence, defended with assurance and čonfidence, as he was able to use the touchline as a guide against Norwich, while Thomas Partey, who missed Arsenal’s first three league games due to injury problem, came off the bench to showcased his masterful display in middle of park.
The Ghanaian international člaimed somewhat of a pre-pre-pre assist for what turned out to be Aubameyang’s winner goal versus Norwich City at Emirates stadium on Saturday evening.
Heading into today’s clash against Burnely, who sit 19th position on league standings, Mikel Arteta will be without only Granit Xhaka, who continued served his suspension. The remaining squad could available for selection and could huge boost for the Spanish coach.
Players like Saka, Smith-Rowe, Pepe, Partey, Lacazette, Aubameyang, White, Tomiyasu and Gabriel are in good shape in couples of training session at London Colney and could huge boost for Mikel Arteta’s side, who aiming of sečure their second league victory.
Moving Moving on to predicted starting lineup, Mikel Arteta is likely to make some changes to the side that started last routine, with Thomas Partey and Emile Smith-Rowe likely to return to the starting lineup against against Sean Dyche’s Clarets.
Aaron Ramsdale will hope to keep his place over Bernd Leno in goal, while the defence in front of him should remain the same.
As for the middle of park, Thomas Partey likely to slot into his preferred role, partner alongside Sambi Lokonga. The Ghanaian international came off the bench to played a key role in Aubameyang’s lovely goal against Norwich and could hope of inspire his side’s to claim another important three points.
Martin Odegaard could slot into his preferred number 10 role, and with Emile Smith-Rowe available for the selection, the Englishman likely to start at flanked ahead of Nicolas Pepe, despite the Ivorian impressive last weekend while Bukayo Saka will start on the right wing where he is most effective.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is expected lead the line against Burnley. The centre-forward had incredible record against today’s opponent, scored eight goals with additional one assits in his seven Premier League appearances against The Clarets.
Arsenal possible starting lineup:
Ramsdale; Tomiyasu, White, Gabriel, Tierney; Partey, Lokonga; Saka, Odegaard, Smith Rowe; Aubameyang
Where is the match being played? at the Turf Moor
When is kick off? Saturday 18 September, at 3:00PM
Where to watch Burnley vs Arsenal
TV channel: The match will be televised on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event.
Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers will be able to watch the match online via the website or Sky Go app.