This will be a tricky proposition for Arsene Wenger's men, who registered a 2-0 victory over Tottenham in the north London derby last weekend.
Arsenal are playing on Sunday because their Europa League tie took place on Thurday and Sky are showing Southampton vs Everton (kick off at 1.30pm) and Huddersfield Town vs Manchester City (kick off at 4pm).
Arsenal have won their last six meetings in all competitions against Burnley, including the last two in the Premier League at Turf Moor by a 1-0 scoreline.
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The game is at Turf Moor and kicks off at 2pm.
Burnley have earned half of their points at home this season and have conceded only twice in six league outings at Turf Moor, while Arsenal have taken only four of their 22 points in away territory.
Few might have expected to see Burnley as high as seventh in late November, but what's concerning for the Gunners is the fact they're now level on points, making this one of the tightest top-flight clashes there's been between these two teams.
Burnley have made just nine changes to their starting XI overall in the Premier League this season and have used just 17 different players - fewer than any other team.
West Bromwich Albion downed the Clarets 1-0 in their opening home fixture of the 2017-18 season, but manager Sean Dyche's side have been resilient since then, winning three and drawing two home matches.
Mesut Ozil has created 30 goalscoring chances from open play this season in the Premier League; more than any other player.