Mikel Arteta will have a tough task on his hands when he travels to Turf Moor.
The Gunners travel to Lancashire with a decent record behind them but after what they experienced in the reverse fixture, they know complacency is not an option this weekend.
Arteta said: “A really tough match. I think it’s remarkable what the club, Sean [Dyche] and the coaching staff have done in recent years with the resources that they have, the style of play they have implemented and how well they execute it, how efficient they are. It is always really tough to play against them.
“At home it was a tricky game because we played with 10 men and we ended up losing on a set piece, which is a big part of the game, so hopefully we can have a very different result.”
He added: “We have been chasing that [a top-four place] for a while but it is not in our hands, the only thing we can control is our own results and performances. We are fully determined to do that better than what we have done in the past eight months.”
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When and where?
The match will take place at Turf Moor on Saturday (March 6).
What time is kick-off?
The game will kick-off at 12:30pm.
Is it on TV?
Yes. You can watch the game live on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport 1 HD.
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Burnley midfielder Jack Cork (hamstring) will be assessed after picking up an injury midweek.
Ashley Barnes is still out but Johann Berg Gudmundsson and Robbie Brady have trained this week and could return after injury.
Emile Smith Rowe’s (hamstring) setback is not as bad as initially thought but unclear if he is fit to play.
Aside from that, Arteta has no other injury concerns.