We play Burnley in the Premier League this weekend, in a vital clash which we must win if we are to mount a serious challenge for this season’s Premier League title.

Arsene Wenger’s men are currently sat fourth (of course) in the league table, one point behind Liverpool, still eight points behind leaders Chelsea.


Petr Cech will start in goal, despite a few poor recent performances in the defeats by Everton and Man City, David Ospina is pushing Cech for a start after some good recent cup appearances.


Shkodran Mustafi who recently came back from injury should partner Koscielny at the back, with Hector Bellerin returning from injury with Monreal on the left. Kieran Gibbs is also back from injury and him and Gabriel will be on the bench as full back options.


Once again Spanish international midfielder Santi Cazorla remains out, with Xhaka available, Francis Coquelin is another player who should be in the squad after an injury, Arsene Wenger announced today.


Theo Walcott is out of the game, Wenger also confirmed, while Danny Welbeck, Alexis Sanchez, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Lucas Perez are all available, giving Arsene Wenger a headache up front, a nice headache to have for a change.