Arsenal XI: Leno, Chambers, Tierney, Luiz, Mari, Xhaka, Partey, Saka, Odegaard, Willian, Aubameyang.
Subs: Ryan, Bellerin, Gabriel, Ceballos, Pepe, Holding, Lacazette, Elneney, Martinelli.
Burnley XI: Pope, Lowton, Tarkowski, Mee, Taylor, Brownhill, Westwood, Gudmundsson, McNeil, Vyrda, Wood.
Subs: Peacock-Farrell, Stephens, Rodriguez, Pieters, Bardsley, Long, Dunne, Brady, Benson.
Hello and welcome to our coverage of today's Premier League match between Arsenal and Burnley, live from Turf Moor.
KICK OFF: We're underway at Turf Moor.
A long ball finds Saka one-on-one with Taylor who stoops to head the ball and Saka flicks it over his head. He's away into the box but Andre Marriner deems it a foul.
Some early battles already between Wood and Mari in the air. Wood hasn't been too pleased with the service into him so far.
GOAL! Aubameyang cuts inside so easily from the left and Lowton and Tarkowski for some reason allow him space to shoot from 15 yards on his right foot. It's a well struck effort but it's at Pope's near post which he should have covered. However, the ball slips through his attempts at a one-handed save. 1-0 to Arsenal!
An early goal like that is just what you need as the away side at Burnley. Sean Dyche's men now have to push that little bit higher up the pitch.
Burnley haven't got going. Are they a touch tired following their exploits at Leicester? Wood struggles to hold the ball up and allows Odegaard to nip and start an Arsenal attack.
McNeil has a chance to test Chambers one-on-one after a slip by Xhaka. He gets to the by-line but his cross is deflected into the arms of Leno.
McNeil is the outlet again on the left although Burnley aren't playing with any tempo. His hopeful ball is chested away by Luiz who looks in trouble for a second but Leno mops up and holds on.
Chance! Partey picks out a lovely ball over Lowton into the area for Aubameyang. Lowton just about gets a toe to the ball but only flicks it into the striker's path on the angle. He's falling back but manages to get a shot away. It doesn't test Pope.
Chance! Saka comes off his wing and plays a one-two with Aubameyang. He flies into the area but is marshalled by three defenders. They somehow manage to deflect it straight to Saka from eight yards out. He beats Pope with a low finish but the ball skims inches past the post. Should be 0-2.
Burnley's passing has been woeful. Lowton tries to switch the play to McNeil but it's straight to Chambers. It's a similar performance to the one vs West Brom a few weeks back.
Shot! Burnley force Arsenal a bit deeper. Westwood decides to take on a tough half-volley from 30 yards and the ball ends up looping way over the crossbar.
A long ball is challenged well by Vydra and the loose ball drops to Wood on the turn from 20 yards. It's a rushed effort though and rolls straight at Leno.
Arsenal break and open up Burnley again. Saka is at the heart of it. He feeds Odegaard who does well to pick out Partey with a clever pass from 15 yards. He hits it first time but he can't keep the effort down. Pope watches it over the crossbar.
McNeil the ball straight back to Arsenal. Chambers tries to make some yards down the right but Taylor ushers him away from danger.
Arsenal so comfortable. Westwood tries to get Burnley playing but Lowton's cross finds the first man.
GOAL! Burnley equalise out of nowhere. Xhaka has had an absolute mare there. His attemped clearance across the face of the goal is hit straight into Chris Wood. The Burnley striker knew nothing about it but the ball rebounded off him and into the goal. Bizarre goal and somehow Burnley are level.
McNeil has the pace to beat Chambers on the outside and drills a low cross that is inches away from being met by Wood. Leno does well to hold on.
There will be one minute of added time.
SECOND HALF: We're back underway for the second 45.
HALF TIME: Somehow, we're level at the break. Despite all of Arsenal's early dominance, the score is 1-1 at half time.
Uneventful start. Burnley will be happy with that.
Saka gets to the by-line and digs out a cross but Mee is there to smash clear.
Chance! Saka cuts in again off the right and his effort is blocked away by Mee! Odegaard keeps the play alive and dances into space about 22 yards out. He goes for a low drive that Pope gets behind.
Burnley win their first corner. Westwood curls in a tasty delivery straight onto Leno's head and Tarkowksi ploughs in but the goalkeeper does brilliantly to stay strong and make a claim.
Burnley's defenders back at their best here. Saka plucks the ball out of the sky and gets into a shooting position from 15 yards. It's a fine hit but Tarkowski is across like a cat to get his frame in the way.
Booking: Saka perhaps is a little frustrated. He charges in to try and nick the ball off Taylor but cleans out the defender. First booking of the game.
Leno has taken so much pressure off his defenders today by coming to claim all of the long balls into the area. He grabs another one as Mee goes to attack it.
Substitution: Lacazette replaces Odegaard.
Saka has to be careful here. It's not been a naughty game by any stretch but he's just caught Pieters a bit late. His third foul of the half and he's on a booking.
Substitution: Brady is on for Gudmundsson.
Booking: Pieters is booked for a hack on Lacazette's heel.
Substitution: Pepe is on to try and turn this game in Arsenal's favour. Willian off.
No penalty! Pepe gets at Pieters and drifts one way and then the other. Pieters seems to block the ball away with an outstretched arm... VAR says no penalty! I can't understand that.
Save! Outrageous effort from Pieters, who nearly wins goal of the season with this one. From 35 yards he tries a looping volley that Leno has to help acrobatically tip over the crossbar.
Chance! From the corner, Vydra meets Westwood's delivery in space from 12 yards out but he can't hit the target.
Save! Vydra and Wood play two one-twos to completely open up the Arsenal back four. It's superb play and ends with Wood having just Leno to beat from 15 yards out. The goalkeeper stands tall to block it away.
Substitution: Arsenal make their final change. Dani Ceballos comes on for Partey.
Tierney finally gets in down the left and delivers pure quality from a wide area. It couldn't be more perfect for Pepe in the centre of goal from eight yards out but he somehow misses his kick and the chance is lost.
NO PENALTY! Pepe's volley hits the shoulder of Pieters and comes rocketing off the crossbar. The referee deems the block handball by Pieters who is shown a red... but VAR overturns it.
There will be four minutes of added time.
FULL TIME: Despite their best efforts, Arsenal fail to break down Burnley. The Gunners absolutely should've had a penalty in the second half but a draw probably a fair result.