Arsenal vs Burnley betting preview: Odds and predictions | The Sun

ARSENAL welcome Burnley to the Emirates Stadium as they look to bounce back from last week's defeat to Newcastle and reignite their title challenge.

Keep reading to discover everything about the game, and uncover the top betting tips.

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⏩ Quick betting tips for Arsenal vs Burnley

  • Arsenal Win (-3) at 10/3 with bet365
  • Eddie Nketiah to score 2+ goals at 5/1 with bet365
  • Kai Havertz over 1.5 shots on target at 5/4 with bet365

Arsenal vs Burnley odds

Here are the latest match odds for Arsenal vs Burnley odds from our top-rated football bookies. Odds are subject to change.

Arsenal vs Burnley betting preview

It looks a stiff task for struggling Burnley to pull off a shock result against Arsenal this weekend.

The Clarets were tipped for big things when promoted from the Championship, but their attacking and expansive style hasn't been successful in the top division.

Vincent Kompany's young side have collected just four points from a possible 33, only beating fellow promoted side Luton Town and drawing 1-1 with Nottingham Forest.

Only Sheffield United have conceded more goals, while no Premier League side has scored fewer than Burnley's eight goals in 11 fixtures.

The same cannot be said for Arsenal.

Mikel Arteta's side are three points behind leaders Manchester City in fourth position, and have won seven of their 11 league outings – scoring 23 goals in the process.

The Gunners responded to last weekend's controversial defeat at Newcastle with a comfortable 2-0 Champions League win over Sevilla.

And they'll look for another morale-boosting win on home turf — where they remain unbeaten in eight — to send them off for the final international break of 2023.

Arsenal vs Burnley key stats

  • Arsenal have won just one of their last five matches against Burnley in all competitions
  • The Gunners are unbeaten in their past 37 home league games against promoted sides
  • Burnley have lost six of their past seven Premier League games
  • Mikel Arteta has faced 24 different sides as Arsenal manager at the Emirates, and the only one he has failed to beat is Burnley
  • Burnley’s total of 6.55 open-play xG puts them 19th among Premier League sides

Arsenal vs Burnley best bets

Find our best bets for the Arsenal vs Burnley game below. Odds for the bets are provided by the best sportsbooks per our expert reviews. Odds in the bettings tips are subject to change.

Arsenal Win (-3) at 10/3 with bet365

Arsenal should win this, and win it well.

As mentioned, Burnley are struggling to score. And that's a job made tougher by the absence of top-scorer Lyle Foster, who's netted 37% of the club's Premier League goals this season. Only Sheffield United have a lower xG this season, meaning Burnley have created precious few quality chances.

They are leaking goals too. Their xGC (expected goals conceded) is the fifth-highest in the division at 20.77, while Arsenal's stands at 9.05. Vincent Kompany has made it clear that his side will not compromise their principals, and that could see them carved apart by a side who've scored 4+ goals on three occasions already this season.

Back Arsenal Win (-3) at 10/3 with bet365

Eddie Nketiah to score 2+ goals at 5/1 with bet365

It would be VERY Eddie Nketiah to grab a handful of goals against a struggling Burnley side on Saturday afternoon.

The 24-year-old banged in a sumptuous hat-trick against Sheffield United on his last appearances at the Emirates, but blanked against West Ham and Newcastle subsequently.

No Arsenal player has had more big chances (6) or registered more attempts than Nketiah's 25 in 759 minutes, while only Bukayo Saka has more touches in the opposition's penalty area.

Bet Eddie Nketiah to score 2+ goals at 5/1 with bet365

Kai Havertz over 1.5 shots on target at 5/4 with bet365

What to do with Kai Havertz? The German international still isn't amongst the goals, but he's now a regular starter and loves playing against Burnley.

He's scored three goals in his last two appearances against the Clarets, and boasts an xG of 1.85. Burnley have conceded 32 shots on target in their last five away matches, and we think Havertz could capitalise.

Back Kai Havertz over 1.5 shots on target at 5/4 with bet365

📺 How to watch Arsenal vs Burnley

  • Location: Emirates Stadium, London
  • Time: 15:00 GMT on Saturday, November 11
  • Where to watch: This match is not being televised in the United Kingdom

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