Date: Sunday, 22nd January 2017
Kick-off at 14:15 UK/ 15:15 CET
Venue: Emirates Stadium, London.

Arsenal vs Burnley Preview

Arsenal has won three times and drawn once in their last four matches to remain in the fourth spot of the English top flight standings. The team is currently holding the fourth and last Champions League qualifying berth next season and they are only two points ahead of fifth-running team Manchester City.
The Gunners romped cellar-dwelling side Swansea City, 4-0, on the road at the Liberty Stadium during their most recent match last Saturday, as per Daily Mail Online.
French striker Olivier Giroud opened the scoring in the 37th minute with a six-yard shot off a header by German midfielder Mesut Özil.
An own goal by Swansea vice-captain Jack Cork doubled the visitors’ lead in the 54th minute before another own goal, this time by Swans defender Kyle Naughton, made it a 3-0 count in the 67th.
Chilean winger Alexis Sanchez sealed the win with a close-range goal in the 73rd as he went in the path of English midfielder Wayne Routledge’s cross.

Meanwhile, Burnley claimed their third win in their last four matches as the team pulled off a 1-0 upset over middling squad Southampton at their home ground of Turf Moor also last Saturday, BBC Sport reported.
It was English midfielder Joey Barton who scored the winning goal for head coach Sean Dyche’s side in the 78th minute after the first half of the match ended in a goalless draw for both squads.
With their recent wins, the Clarets have climbed up to the 10th spot of the 20-team league table, 10 points above the bottom three relegation area.
Prediction and Predicted Lineup
The predicted result is a 3-1 rout by Arsenal.

Arsenal starting lineup (4-2-3-1 formation): Cech; Monreal, Koscielny, Gabriel, Mustafi; Sanchez, Özil; Ramsey, Iwobi, Xhaka; Giroud

Burnley starting lineup (4-4-2 formation): Heaton; Ward, Mee, Lowton, Keane; Defour, Hendrick, Boyd, Marney; Gray, Barnes