Arsenal got their Premier League campaign off to winning start with a 1-0 win at Newcastle thanks to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s strike.

Burnley are also up and running this season as a brace from Ashley Barnes and a goal from Johann Berg Gudmundsson gave the Clarets a 3-0 victory over Southampton.

The Gunners could welcome back Mesut Ozil and Sead Kolasinac today.

The duo are ready to play again after security concerns saw them miss the clash against Newcastle.

Granit Xhaka will undergo a late assessment on knocks to his back and leg but Kieran Tierney, Hector Bellerin, Rob Holding and Dinos Mavropanos all remain sidelined.

Danny Drinkwater, on loan from Chelsea until January, will not be involved for Burnley.

However, Charlie Taylor is fit again and was part of the travelling squad.

Steven Defour and Robbie Brady returned to light training following respective calf and rib injuries but this game will come too soon.

What time does Arsenal vs Burnley kick-off?

The Premier League clash kicks off 12.30pm BST.

What TV channel is Arsenal vs Burnley on?

The match will be shown live on BT Sport 1 throughout the UK – for more information on how to subscribe, click here.

Build-up coverage begins at 12pm.

Can I live stream Arsenal vs Burnley?

Streaming is available through the BT Sport app and on the website.

What have the managers said?

Arsenal boss Unai Emery: “It’s going to be a very physical match and we need that adaptation physically to be strong.

“They are very strong in the duels, they are very strong in their structure, with two strikers. They are going to demand a lot of us defensively, with their long balls especially.”

Burnley manager Sean Dyche: “They (Arsenal) are a good side, their coach is tweaking and changing things, and they are slightly more defensive, but still have the weapons to open up the game.

“They are a top side, but we’ve shown before we can take points off the top sides.”

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source: express.co.uk

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