Burnley v Arsenal live stream, Saturday 18 September, 3pm BST
Winless Burnley host an Arsenal side coming off the back of their first victory of the season last time out.
Sean Dyche's Clarets have picked up just one point from their opening four games - in a 1-1 draw with Leeds in their previous home outing - while the Gunners lost their first three league matches for the first time in 67 years, before beating Norwich 1-0 at the Emirates.
Dyche won't be too alarmed just yet - his side's performances have largely been encouraging, despite a disappointing second-half capitulation in Monday's 3-1 loss away to Everton - but he'll want to secure that first win quicker than in 2020/21, when it didn't arrive until the eighth game of the campaign.
As for Arteta, the pressure remains firmly on the 39-year-old. That victory over Norwich stopped the rot, but it will need to be the start of a marked turnaround in fortunes if the Gunners fans are to be appeased to any notable extent.
Burnley could hand a debut to record signing Maxwel Cornet - the winger was an unused substitute in the defeat at Goodison Park - but this clash may come too soon for fellow new arrival Connor Roberts, and Kevin Long and Dale Stephens likewise.
Thomas Partey should make his first start of the season after coming off the bench against Norwich - while Emile Smith Rowe looks set to return to the starting 11 after doing likewise. Rob Holding and Mohamed Elneny are both out injured, while Granit Xhaka still has two games remaining of a three-match ban following his straight red card against Manchester City.
The corresponding fixture last season finished 1-1, with Pierre-Emerick Aubaemyang opening the scoring for Arsenal before Chris Wood was gifted an equaliser.
Kick-off is at 3pm BST.
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