FULL TIME! 3-1 to Arsenal. They secure fifth in the Premier League this season.
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Burnley - Arsenal
Premier League - 12 May 2019
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GOAL! NKetiah wraps up the points with a deflected effort.
Another chance goes begging for Aubameyang, who hits over.
Four minutes of stoppage time to be added here.
Crouch almost scored by Tarkowski got in the way. The ex England man takes it with a smile, though.
Another chance for Aubamyang, but he can't connect with the cross at the far post.
Peter Crouch replaces Wood.
- Yellow cardJack CorkBurnley
Cork booked for a foul on Guendouzi.
SITTER! Aubameyang somehow shoots wide from Mkhitaryan's cross. The Golden Boot was on a plate...
- GoalAshley BarnesBurnley
GOOOOAAAL! 1-2, Burnley hit straight back through Barnes, who heads in from close range after sustained pressure.
- OffDwight McNeilBurnley
- OnJóhann Berg GudmundssonBurnley
Johann Berg Gudmundsson replaces Dwight McNeiil.
- GoalPierre-Emerick AubameyangArsenal
GOOOOOOAALLL! Aubameyang volleys home Elneny's cross. Excellent finish, which takes him level with Mohamed Salah in the Golden Boot race. 0-2.
Willock is replaced by Eddie Nketiah
Leno comes out of his goal and is challenged by Barnes, reigniting their first half feud. The German looked panicked but managed to clear the ball.
Guendouzi was booked in the build up to the goal.
- GoalPierre-Emerick AubameyangArsenal
GOOOOOOAAAAAALLLLL! Arsenal lead through Aubameyang. Cork plays a hospital pass to Mee, who loses his footing. The Gunners man gobbles up the chance to slot home for his 21st of the season.
- Yellow cardMatthew LowtonBurnley
Lowton booked for a rash challenge on Alex Iwobi.
We're back underway at Turf Moor. No changes for either side.
HALF TIME! Burnley 0-0 Arsenal. The nine changes are really showing for the visitors, who lack rhythm.
Tarkowski booked for a foul.
Willock with Arsenal's best chance of the game since Aubameyang hit the woodwork. Lovely turn on the edge of the box, shot just wide.
Ashley Westwood is hobbling and receiving treatment off the pitch. The game restarts as three minutes stoppage time is confirmed.
Arsenal will have to spend big to replace Aaron Ramsey this summer. They simply cannot keep the ball in midfield. Guendouzi is struggling.
CHANCE! Tarkowski heads wide from a corner. Should have done better.
Mavropanos, hurt by that last action, has been replaced by Laurent Koscielny.
CHANCE! Burnley spring the offside trap and Barnes crosses for Wood, who lays off for Jack Cork. He and Matt Lowton both have opportunities but Mohamed Elneny and Masvropanos keep it at 0-0.
POST! Wood strikes from distance, but the flag saves the Gunners.
In reality, that should have been a penalty.
- Yellow cardAshley BarnesBurnley
Coming together between Bernd Leno and Barnes. The goalkeeper went through the back of the Burnley man, but Dean didn't see it and booked him for his reaction. Strange.
Elsewhere, Liverpool are ahead...
Willock almost in again, but he doesn't gamble on Guendouzi's cross.
15 minute report. Very little happening right now. Remember, Arsenal are also playing for fifth, to avoid starting their European campaign in late July.
End to end stuff here, Arsenal work it into the box and Willock shoots, winning a corner. Burnley manage to clear
CHANCE! First sniff for Barnes, who controls a cross and hits it into the ground. Leno equal to it.
CHANCE! Aubameyang makes his way into the box and unleashes a fierce strike, which Heaton needed to be equal to.
- Yellow cardTom HeatonBurnley
Tom Heaton was booked for the handball outside the area.
Bad news, Tottenham have scored. Arsenal need nine to reach the Champions League today.
Arsenal hit the post! Aubameyang heads a free kick, but it narrowly misses after Heaton handled in the area.
Arsenal really have to protect their backline today. It's a huge day for Joe Willock in midfield, too. He's making his second Premier League start, 13 months after his first.
Mike Dean blows his whistle and we're off!
Here we go then! The teams enter the fray...
Funnily enough, Burnley come into this game in 15th, the average position of the six opponents they've beaten away from home this season.
Pierre Emerick-Aubameyang has scored four goals in two games, but Arsenal are four without a win.
Has Unai Emery's first season at Arsenal been a success?
Could this be Henrikh Mkhitaryan's final appearance of the season for Arsenal? He may be forced to miss the Europa League final.
The Clarets haven't beaten Arsenal since 2008, meaning they are looking to end an 11 game streak, 10 of which were defeats.
Burnley keeper Tom Heaton is making his 200th appearance for the club today.
Astonishingly, Arsenal have only kept one clean sheet away from home in the Premier League this season. That record will have to improve if they are to get three points here.
To get you in the mood for the day ahead.
While we wait for kick off, have a read of former Manchester United defender Paul Parker's weekly column. Liverpool may get the third highest Premier League points total in history, but it won't matter if Man City win the title...
Like a carpet...
Burnley going as strong as expected, with Ashley Barnes and Chris Wood up front. Arsenal should expect a lot of long balls into the box.
Arsenal experimenting with their team a little, especially starting Konstantinos Mavropanos in defence. Lacazette on the bench, which is not good for their hopes of an EIGHT goal swing against Tottenham, which would help them reach the Champions League.
The hosts, Burnley.
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