Arsenal vs Burnley Live Stream Match Details
Watch Arsenal vs Burnley Live Stream Online
If you’re over that agonising Europa League exit then next up is the manager’s very last home game after a 22-year tenure at the helm of Arsenal. To watch this historic moment and goodbye make sure you grab a NOW TV Sky Sports Day Pass for just £7.99 and watch Arsenal vs Burnley live stream wherever you are. You can watch via your mobile on the go, laptop or tablet and if you have the NOW TV box then you can watch the game at the Emirates live on your television.
Fans can also watch Arsenal vs Burnley live stream across the Sky Sports Premier League channel on Sunday afternoon with the kick off at 16:30 for UK viewers.
This all-important Sunday Premier League clash will also be covered on various sport radio channels as well as live commentary blogs. If you want an All Arsenal perspective then make sure to join us on Facebook or Twitter where we’ll be doing live key commentary as the Gunners look to win for the first time in four league games. Don’t forget to check out the full and detailed match report after full-time on-site.
Arsenal vs Burnley Head-to-Head Record
The last five meetings between Arsenal and Burnley have all ended up the same way – wins for the Gunners. After the crushing disappointment of Thursday’s European exit in Spain, bouncing back and saying farewell in Arsene Wenger’s very last game will be the focus. Just look at the trend over the last five games: 0-1, 2-1, 0-1, 2-1, 0-1, does this set up a 2-1 victory on Sunday for Arsenal? Perhaps, but it seems that if there’s a team to come up against to get a much-needed win (in accordance to recent head-to-heads) then it’s Burnley.
|26 Nov 2017||Burnley v Arsenal||0-1||Win|
|22 Jan 2017||Arsenal v Burnley||2-1||Win|
|02 Oct 2016||Burnley v Arsenal||0-1||Win|
|30 Jan 2016||Arsenal v Burnley||2-1||Win|
|11 Apr 2015||Burnley v Arsenal||0-1||Win|
Arsenal vs Burnley Match Implications
Nothing is really at stake for Arsenal, except pride and ensuring Arsene Wenger’s send off in his last ever home game at the club goes off with a victory. As for Burnley, a point will be enough to clinch their very own campaign in the Europa League next season.
A win for the Gunners would ensure sixth place is the lowest they can finish this season, but a loss could still open the door for the Clarets to finish above them with a couple of games to go.