Arsenal vs Burnley TV channel, live stream, time, odds, team news and head-to-head

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Mikel Arteta is in desperate need of a victory on Sunday (Picture: Getty Images)

Arsenal are in desperate need of a win against Burnley on Sunday afternoon at the Emirates after just one point from their last four Premier League matches.

Mikel Arteta’s side find themselves 15th in the table with just four wins from their first 11 games and only 10 goals scored.

Burnley are struggling even more, winning just once so far this season and sitting in the relegation zone at the start of Sunday’s action.

The Clarets are finding goals very hard to come by with just five in 10 league games sp far this campaign.

When is Arsenal vs Burnley?

The match kicks-off at 7.15pm on Sunday 13 December at the Emirates.

What TV channel is Arsenal vs Burnley on and is there a live stream?

Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports Main Event will be showing the game live with coverage following the Fulham vs Liverpool clash.

Subscribers can stream the action on Sky Go or on the Sky Sports app, while non-subscribers can stream through a Now TV Sky Sports Pass.

Arsenal vs Burnley team news

Burnley are missing Jack Cork until next month, but Sean Dyche is hoping to have Phil Bardsley, Dale Stephens and Johann Berg Gudmundsson available again.

Arsenal are without Nicolas Pepe through suspension, while Thomas Partey, Sead Kolasinac and Gabriel Martinelli remain out.

David Luiz and Reiss Nelson should be available.

Arsenal vs Burnley odds

40/85 Arsenal
7/2 Draw
13/2 Burnley

Odds courtesy of Betfair

Arsenal vs Burnley head-to-head

02 Feb 2020: Burnley 0-0 Arsenal – Premier League
17 Aug 2019: Arsenal 2-1 Burnley – Premier League
12 May 2019: Burnley 1-3 Arsenal – Premier League
22 Dec 2018: Arsneal 3-1 Burnley – Premier League
06 May 2018: Arsenal 5-0 Burnley – Premier League

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