Burnley host Arsenal at Turf Moor on Saturday at lunchtime as they go in search of a first win in five attempts. Burnley are winless in their last five games with four of those matches finishing in draws. On Wednesday night, the Clarets drew 1-1 with third-placed Leicester City. The draw puts Burnley six points above 18th-place Fulham in the race for Premier League survival.

Arsenal are 10th in the Premier League ahead of their matchday 28 game versus Burnley. The Gunners are also coming off of a game versus Leicester City. Unlike Burnley’s game, it finished in a 3-1 victory. Arsenal are blowing hot and cold in the league and are winless in four of their last six games in the division.

Sean Dyche’s Burnley shocked Arsenal earlier this season 1-0 at the Emirates. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s own goal gave the Clarets the only score of the game. Granit Xhaka was sent off for the Gunners.

Burnley are unbeaten in back-to-back games against Arsenal taking four points from their last six available. Mikel Arteta will hope his side can end their winless streak versus the Clarets and move into the Premier League’s top eight with a victory. The Gunners are seven points off of the top five. Can Arsenal get a win against Burnley and improve their chances of making Europe for next term?

Burnley vs Arsenal Betting Odds

Leading sportsbooks have Burnley as the underdog for the fixture on Saturday at odds of 9/2. The Clarets have got recent results versus Arsenal and are playing decently at the moment. Burnley took seven points from their last 18 on offer and lost just once in that timeframe.

Burnley averaged just 1.0 goals per game during that six-match timeframe. They allowed seven goals during that same six-game period. The Clarets are playing well enough to get results current. But are they good enough to win again versus Arsenal? Burnley have drawn their last four matches at Turf Moor. Overall, they have posted a record of 4W-5D-5L at home while recording a goal difference of –4.

The Gunners head into the fixture at odds of 4/6 to win versus Burnley. Arteta’s team took seven points from their last 18 possible. The Gunners scored eight goals during that six-game time span while allowing seven to opponents. They did win two of their last three fixtures with those victories coming against Leicester City and Leeds United. However, their loss came at the hands of Manchester City.

Arsenal have won four of their last six Premier League away matches. Arteta’s side have been overall poor on the road posting a 6W-1D-6L record. They have allowed 13 goals to opponents on the road while tallying 18.

Burnley vs Arsenal Team News

Dyche has three players on the injury list going into the weekend fixture at home versus Arsenal. Midfielder Johann Berg Gudmundsson is once again suffering from an injury. He is sustained a thigh muscle injury and could miss the game. He is considered a doubt to play at the moment.

Robbie Brady is also a doubt after sustaining an ankle injury. Forward Ashley Barnes is rule doubt with a thigh muscle strain. Barnes is Burnley’s second-leading scorer with three goals.

Arteta has just one player on the Arsenal injury list. Emile Smith-Rowe is a doubt due to a groin strain. Arteta is hopeful that Smith-Rowe will return to the team in time for the match. Arsenal forward Alexandre Lacazette has been excellent in recent games. He scored against Leicester City last weekend and could get a goal this weekend versus Burnley. Lacazette is set to leave the club at the end of the season as a free agent.

Following the Gunners’ game at Turf Moor, the club will return to action in the Europa League with a last 16 first leg fixture versus Olympiakos. The Greek club eliminated the Gunners from the Europa League last season. Arteta needs to keep his team from looking too far ahead and overlooking Burnley.

Burnley vs Arsenal Prediction

Both teams to score: NO @ 19/20 - BET NOW

The last two matches between Burnley and Arsenal in the Premier League finished with both teams not scoring goals. Burnley kept clean sheets in those two matches versus the Gunners. It will be difficult for Burnley to claim a third straight clean sheet against an Arsenal team preparing for a Europe League last 16 first leg match the following Thursday. Three of Arsenal’s last six games saw both teams not score goals.

Under 2.5 goals scored @10/11 - BET NOW

Goals have been few and far between when Burnley and Arsenal played over the course of their last two matches. Just one goal was tallied over the course of the last 180 minutes of football between the clubs. Three of Arsenal’s last six games in the Premier League finished with under 2.5 goals scored. Four of Burnley’s last six league matches ended with fewer than 2.5 goals tallied. Saturday’s game could be another low-scoring fixture between the two sides.

Alexandre Lacazette to score anytime @ 6/5 - BET NOW

Alexandre Lacazette is coming off of a goal against Leicester City, helping Arsenal to a 3-1 win. It appears Lacazette will leave the club in the summer as a free agent. Arteta has failed to play Lacazette consistently since taking over, yet the striker has played well when given the chance.

Lacazette has 11 goals in 30 matches in all competitions. Nine of those goals have come in 22 league matches. Lacazette averages a goal every 158 minutes in the Premier League. The Frenchman leads Arsenal in goals despite teammate Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang getting bigger headlines and a larger contract earlier this season.

Arsenal should claim a second straight win against a pluck Burnley team. The Clarets have been good against Arsenal in recent games, but the Gunners should put an end to that winless streak. Arsenal should get a win and go into next week’s match versus Olympiakos in good form.

Burnley vs Arsenal Tips

Here are our Burnley vs Arsenal tips for Saturday's Premier League match at Turf Moor.

1. Both teams to score: NO @ 19/20

2. Under 2.5 goals scored @10/11

3. Alexandre Lacazette to score anytime @ 6/5