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Official teams and preview of Burnley v Arsenal

Well after all the talk about Arsenal tactical changes to face a Burnley side that is very strong at Turf Moor and questions about which of the Gunners returning from injury might make their way back into the Arsenal team today, Arsene Wenger has decided to stick with the same staring XI that did so well against Liverpool last week.

In-depth preview and prediction for Burnley v Arsenal

Arsenal passed a massive test of our current credentials last weekend in a brilliant way, keeping our slim title hopes alive and taking a big step towards securing another season in the Champions League and improving on last season’s fourth place.

Arsenal Analysis – How good is Laurent Koscielny?

How Laurent Koscielny has fared for Arsenal this season? by SE

Arsenal Analysis – Bellerin’s stats prove his worth

How Hector Bellerin has fared at right-back? by SE

Has our defending cost Arsenal the League title?

How many points have Arsenal dropped from winning positions in the Premier League? by SE

Why Gabriel is going to be HUGE star for Arsenal

We have all heard about how tough it can be for a player coming to a club like Arsenal, or any of our Premier League rivals for that matter, and having to adapt to the way that football is played in England. The rigours of the Premier League are famous, where any club can beat any other on their day and the pace and physicality can be a huge shock to players from other countries.

GOOD news for Arsenal is BAD news for Chile and France

THe second night of the round of games in the current international break is all done and dusted, with Arsenal fans and Arsene Wenger happy and relieved that the various Gunners involved have come through unscathed. In fact, they were hardly used. Only David Ospina completed a game and he kept a clean sheet as Colombia put six past Bahrain.

Arsenal player ratings for Newcastle away – Giroud MOTM

Although Arsenal ran out of steam and just held on for the away win at Newcastle, there was a lot of fight from the Gunners. Ospina, the two central defenders, Coquelin, Ramsey and Welbeck were all contenders but my Man of the Match was Olivier Giroud for taking his two chances on top of his overall contribution. That is why Arsenal took the points.