Arsenal will host Burnley on Sunday with a prime opportunity to rebound from their loss to Manchester City. They also have a shot to move into the top four if other results in the league go their way. They’ll be facing the bottom-of-the-table Clarets who are likely missing Charlie Taylor. The forward lineup will also be odd with Chris Wood turning out for Newcastle United now and Maxwel Cornet representing Ivory Coast at the Africa Cup of Nations.
Here’s are storylines, how you can watch the match and more:
How to watch and odds
Date: Sunday, Jan. 23 | Time: 9 a.m. ET
Location: The Emirates Stadium — London, United Kingdom
TV: USA Network | Live stream: fubo TV— Try for free
Odds: Arsenal -345; Draw +410; Burnley +1100 (via Caesars Sportsbook)
Arsenal: Arsenal will be without Thomas Partey due to suspension, but they’ll get Granit Xhaxa back which will provide Mikel Arteta with a ready-made replacement. Considering Burnley’s form, the biggest concern for Arsenal will be motivation but they’ve done well against the bottom half of the league, the Gunners should be expected to roll.
Burnley: The Clarets have struggled for form and have been dealt with an assortment of injuries, so they’ll be happy to just put up a fight in this match. It’s all about keeping the lights on for Sean Dyche and hoping that he’ll be rewarded with a new transfer before the window slams shut.
Burnley won’t have an Answer for Bukayo Saka as the Gunners roll. Pick: Arsenal 3, Burnley 1