Burnley vs Arsenal Preview – Premier League

Jacinthe Kihn is one of Fluentsport's England League One experts covering most of the upcoming fixtures in the year.

Burnley face Arsenal in this Premier League clash.

When is the match, and kick off time?

The match is on Sunday 12th May 2019, and kicks off at 3:00pm UK time. The venue for the match is Turf Moor (Burnley).


It would be wise for Arsenal to play intricately and avoid taking too many shooting chances at range, as Burnley have an excellent record of defending those chances. Burnley won't be able to rely on their individual players in this game, as Arsenal have been good at managing these threats in previous games. If Arsenal continue their solid defensive performance, they should be able to stop a lot of chances as they develop for their opponents. Arsenal may try to create their chances at close range, as Burnley have shown great skill at stopping chances long range chances. Arsenal will need to be creative with their attacking chances, as Burnley are good at defending attacking through balls.

Current form

Burnley are in average form having had mixed results from their previous 5 fixtures, and will be looking to improve this time around. In their last game, they lost by 2 goals against Everton. Meanwhile, Arsenal are in good form having won most of their last 5 games. In their last game, they won by 2 goals against Burnley.


Burnley Arsenal
Forwards Matěj Vydra, Peter Crouch, Ashley Barnes, Jon Walters, Chris Wood, Ntumba Massanka. Danny Welbeck, Alexandre Lacazette, Joe Willock, Eddie Nketiah, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Tyreece John-Jules.
Midfielders Jóhann Berg Guðmundsson, Christian N'Guessan, Steven Defour, Jeff Hendrick, Ashley Westwood, Jack Cork, Aaron Lennon, Dwight McNeil, Josh Benson. Mattéo Guendouzi, Lucas Torreira, Mesut Özil, Alex Iwobi, Granit Xhaka, Mohamed El Neny, Aaron Ramsey, Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Charlie Gilmour, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Denís Suárez, Bukayo Saka.
Defenders James Tarkowski, Ben Gibson, Benjamin Mee, Stephen Ward, Matthew Lowton, Kevin Long, Robbie Brady, Charlie Taylor, Phil Bardsley, Anthony Driscoll-Glennon. Sokratis Papastathopoulos, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Laurent Koscielny, Carl Jenkinson, Nacho Monreal, Héctor Bellerín, Rob Holding, Shkodran Mustafi, Sead Kolašinac, Jordi Osei-Tutu, Konstantinos Mavropanos, Julio Pleguezuelo, Zechariah Medley.
Goalkeepers Joe Hart, Nick Pope, George McMahon, Tom Heaton, Adam Legzdins, Anders Lindegaard. Bernd Leno, Petr Čech, Deyan Iliev.
Staff Sean Dyche. Unai Emery, Steve Bould.