Mikel Arteta has named his Arsenal starting line-up against Burnley at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday (11 November) in the Premier League.
The Gunners sealed a 2-0 victory against Sevilla in midweek in the Champions League and they will be looking to continue the good form.
However, in the previous Premier League game, Arsenal lost 1-0 against Newcastle, and the Gunners will be looking to return to winning ways in the league.
Via Twitter, Arsenal have shared the playing eleven for this game with Arteta making only one change for this game.
Oleksandr Zinchenko, 26, has come into the side in place of Ben White. Otherwise, Arteta has kept the same team that won in midweek.
🔴 𝗧𝗘𝗔𝗠𝙉𝙀𝙒𝙎 ⚪️
🧱 Tomiyasu at the back
👨✈️ Jorginho captains the side
🤩 Saka starts in attack
Let’s do this, Gunners 👊 pic.twitter.com/lylNtKmmVl
— Arsenal (@Arsenal) November 11, 2023
The Gunners have been in good form recently and they should be aiming for nothing less than three points to keep pressure on other rivals.
In the previous league games, Arteta heavily criticised the referee and VAR after the match, and the club backed him with an official statement. The referees will be under loads of pressure, but at home, Arsenal are expected to win easily.
The north London giants are missing some of their key players through injuries, but Arteta has named a really strong line-up here.
There were doubts whether Bukayo Saka would be available to play after he appeared to have picked up an injury. However, he has passed his fitness, and has been included.
Burnley have really struggled since returning to the Premier League and Vincent Kompany will be more than happy if they can frustrate the Gunners and pick up a point here.
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