Welcome to Burnley’s evening Premier League live commentary against Arsenal.
With the kickoff scheduled for 14:00 GMT, follow all the goals and LIVE action on Turf Moor.
2020-02-02T15: 02: 32.060Z
We are underway again at Turf Moor.
45 minutes ahead for Arsenal. They simply have to win.
2020-02-02T15: 01: 47.933Z
Change at the break for Arsenal
Lucas Torreira is arriving at half-time with Saka leaving after struggling with that previous blow.
This will see Xhaka switch to the left back.
2020-02-02T14: 51: 34.140Z
Simon Collings on the action of the first half
“Arsenal is probably happy with the half-time whistle when it happened there, as Burnley returned to this. Luiz has his arm around Saka as they leave, while Bellerin pulls Martinelli up for a chat. Arsenal has need their senior players to step into the second half. “
2020-02-02T14: 47: 18.030Z
HALF TIME | Burnley 0-0 Arsenal
Well, we had chances at both ends, but Mikel Arteta will be slightly disappointed with the bottom line.
Will we see goals in the second half?
2020-02-02T14: 45: 38.000Z
45 minutes: One minute of added time.
2020-02-02T14: 44: 51.783Z
44 minutes: Ozil enters the book to dissent the referee after his second foul in as many minutes.
Home support encourages stronger decision than anything else we have heard today.
2020-02-02T14: 43: 38.363Z
42 minutes: Burnley is warming up now and is finishing off half.
Westwood’s free-kick is thrown at the near post and touches the far post.
2020-02-02T14: 40: 53.000Z
40 minutes: It is Burnley’s turn to apply pressure now with Hendrick approaching and then Lowton’s cross finds Mee on the far post, but he heads.
2020-02-02T14: 36: 48.000Z
36 minutes: chance! Aubameyang effort spared!
Superb move by Arsenal while Aubameyang runs behind and Xhaka catches him with a burr on the top.
But the Pope is quickly out of line to block the lob attempt.
Another possibility is gone.
2020-02-02T14: 34: 27.366Z
33 minutes: Wood appears to be hit by Luiz when he goes up for an aerial challenge but the referee disagrees.
A few seconds later, the towering striker causes problems to the far post for Bellerin, but it is the intelligent goalkeeper from Leno who claims the ball.
2020-02-02T14: 31: 16.493Z
29 minutes: McNeil is approaching!
Now it has become a uniform contest without either side really coming off.
But then the Clarets burst forward with McNeil, who looks up and tries his luck for 25 yards and only a couple of feet above the bar. Another good possibility for Burnley is to beg.
2020-02-02T14: 28: 55.803Z
Simon Collings at Turf Moor
“We have already seen it several times under Arteta, where Arsenal starts and dominates the games well but does not convert it into goals. It happened here because Arsenal lost two great opportunities to move forward. They will not want it to prove expensive. later on. “
2020-02-02T14: 26: 19.206Z
24 minutes: Other injury problems for Arsenal.
Saka comes down, perhaps from that previous blow, attracting whistles from the domestic crowd. Arsenal made Sokratis available only as a defender, with Sead Kolasinac and Kieran Tierney both injured.
The eighteen year old will come back up, but how long is it supposed to.
2020-02-02T14: 23: 14.403Z
21 minutes: wonderful Tarkowski challenge!
How has Arsenal not scored? Ozil’s shot bounces gently on Lacazette’s trajectory and as he goes to hit her, Tarkowski takes a hit. The Frenchman takes a pile of the field and hurts his foot, but what an intervention has been.
2020-02-02T14: 19: 23.760Z
18 minutes: Rodriguez’s effort saved by Leno!
A long ball was enough on Wood, which tormented her and Rodriguez, with a touch, hit her in a low and hard way from 20 yards. Leno goes down well to push him into a corner, but that danger remains for the Gunners on the break.
2020-02-02T14: 15: 37.360Z
14 minutes: Miss Aubameyang!
Oh dear oh dear, he won’t enjoy seeing him tonight.
A brilliant pass from Luiz puts the Gabon striker and the flag remains low, but rejects the opportunity with little effort! It should have been 1-0.
2020-02-02T14: 13: 38.756Z
Simon Collings at Turf Moor
“A good start from Arsenal, which has settled well here. Guendouzi is particularly rushing, tackling and in general a nuisance. He is already tangled with Cork from the ball and is sure to say that Burnley fans are not happy “.
2020-02-02T14: 12: 18.020Z
11 minutes: Burnley is starting to take a hold on the game and is continuing to push high to force a mistake from midfield two of Guendouzi and Xhaka.
It worked almost a moment or two ago after a free pass from Guendouzi, but Wood failed to make it.
2020-02-02T14: 07: 14.130Z
7 minutes: Saka has lined up on the left back, but is playing very forward on the side, bending into a terrible cross and Aubameyang is a few centimeters from reaching him.
2020-02-02T14: 05: 18.850Z
4 minutes: Saka shows her quick feet to jump Lowton and the Burnley man knocks him down, with both players knocking.
Free kick in a dangerous position for the Gunners, who started brilliantly, but Ozil’s delivery is clear.
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Coach Mikel Arteta is enhanced by the return of captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and defender David Luiz. Shkodran Mustafi and Sead Kolasinac, who return from ankle and thigh injuries, respectively, may also be part of the team, but neither should start.
This means that Bukayo Saka should remain on the left back and Hector Bellerin should start on the opposite side. New signings Cedric Soares and Pablo Mari are not both suitable for functionality.
In midfield, Granit Xhaka and Lucas Torreira should continue their collaboration, while Arteta has a dilemma ahead of them. Gabriel Martinelli has shone in recent weeks, but now Aubameyang is back, his place on the left is in danger.
The Brazilian could therefore move to the right and this means that Nicolas Pepe would abandon the starting XI. Eddie Nketiah scored against Bournemouth on Monday, but should make sure that Alexandre Lacazette can take the lead.