Arsenal v Burnley: 2014

Arsenal v Burnley Always Back winners

Arsenal v Burnley in a fixture where the majority are expecting a goal avalanche and an Arsenal move into the top four…

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is expected to sit out Saturday’s visit of Burnley because of a knee injury. Kieran Gibbs faces a fitness test, while Mathieu Debuchy, Yaya Sanogo, Laurent Koscielny, Mesut Ozil, Abou Diaby and Olivier Giroud are all out.

Burnley’s Dean Marney has trained all week and is expected to return from a hamstring problem. However, this game comes to soon for Steven Reid, who is not yet fit enough to play after a groin injury.

One of the things often said about the Premier League is that anyone can beat anyone else on their day. They trot that one out along with the “there are no easy games in international football” line. Well, believe me, we love a good upset as much as it’s hard to see Burnley winning at Arsenal…… never just know?

There’s £30 in Free bets on offer… maybe use on Burnley to score…….or BTTS – YES for a nice return?


Arsenal have been behind at some point in each of their four Barclays Premier League home games this season. Burnley are 1.92 to score.

Burnley were the first lower league team ever to beat an Arsene Wenger Arsenal team in a cup competition when they won 2-0 in the 2008-09 League Cup. They are 14.0to pull off an unlikely victory.

Arsenal have won their last three home matches in all competitions against the Clarets. They are 1.28 to win.

Burnley have conceded 12 goals in their last four games in the Barclays Premier League – this after previously keeping three clean sheets in a row. Over 2.5 goals is 1.6.

Arsene Wenger’s side are unbeaten in their last 22 home Premier League matches, winning 14 and drawing eight. The draw is 6.4.

However, they have kept just two clean sheets in their last 10 PL games at the Emirates. Both teams to score is 2.04.

Theo Walcott is the only player to score in the two 2009/10 Premier League meetings between these sides to still be at either club. Walcott is 2.4 to score.

Just 16.5{70aeb3532cb26dbe277d25ea128ebb74de84b9bd22e1583b0eb1b73768e061f6} of Burnley’s attempts on goal this season have been fashioned from set piece situations, a Premier League low. Arsenal are 1.98 to keep a clean sheet.

Just nine teams have previously failed to win any of their opening 10 games in a Premier League season – the last occasions being Reading and QPR in 2012-13.

However, Arsenal have been behind at some point in each of their four Premier League home games. The Gunners have not only failed to keep a single domestic clean sheet at the Emirates this season.

They have conceded six times in four Premier League fixtures in front of their fans and conceded first in three of those and, while Burnley are yet to claim a Premier League win, they have at least netted four times in their past three matches, as well as leading Chelsea briefly back in August.

Suggested bets….

Back Burnley to score the next (first) goal @ 5.0


Arsenal v Burnley Always Back winners


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