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Back Arsenal ATS vs Burnley This Saturday

When Arsenal comes to Turf Moor for a Premier League match on Saturday, Burnley will be hoping to leverage their home advantage. Check out our best soccer bets and player props for this game.


Back Arsenal ATS vs Burnley This Saturday
Back Arsenal ATS vs Burnley This Saturday

Burnley vs Arsenal Match Information

  1. Match: Burnley (3-4-17) vs Arsenal (16-4-4)
  2. Location: Turf Moor, Burnley, England
  3. Day/Time: Saturday, Febr. 17, 10 a.m. ET
  4. Burnley vs. Arsenal Live Stream: Fox, FuboTV


The hosts find themselves embroiled in a relegation battle and desperately need three points but will have a tough time against a side challenging for the title.

Mikel Arteta believes Arsenal is gaining momentum in the title race after they roared to a 6-0 win at West Ham. The Gunners backed up last week’s big triumph over Liverpool with another statement victory, their biggest away win in the Premier League.

The visitors are betting favorites at our sportsbook with -302 odds to win the match.

You can watch the Burnley vs. Arsenal game on FOX or stream it on FuboTV this Saturday, Feb. 17, at 10 am.


Burnley vs Arsenal Odds and Spreads


  1. Arsenal won their last four Premier League fixtures, scoring 16 goals.
  2. The Gunners are the second-best road team in the league with seven wins in 12 away fixtures.
  3. The visitors are averaging almost two goals scored on the road this term.
  4. Burnley looks an adequate candidate for relegation back to the Championship with just three wins in 24 EPL rounds.
  5. The hosts have the second-worst defense in the league with 50 goals conceded in 24 games.
  6. Arsenal won the reverse fixture, beating Burnley 3-1 at Emirates.
  7. Burnley is the worst home team in the league with nine defeats in 12 home fixtures and 27 goals conceded.
  8. The Gunners have been potent in front of the goal this season, scoring 53 goals in 24 games, with an average of 2.21 goals a game.


Burnley vs Arsenal ATS Pick: Arsenal -1½

Arsenal has the best defensive record in the Premier League this season. In 24 games, Arsenal has conceded just 22 goals and has kept the most clean sheets, nine so far.

The hosts have the second worst attack at home scoring just 13 goals in 12 games.

If you’re betting online, you should expect Arsenal to cover the spread and extend their amazing run of form.


Burnley vs Arsenal Player Prop Pick: Bukayo Saka Anytime Goalscorer (+160)

Bukayo Saka could make an early impact for the away side as eight of his 11 goals this term have arrived before half-time.

If you love soccer player props, he is the player to watch and bet on.


Burnley vs. Arsenal Best Game Prop: Arsenal & Over 2½ Goals (-120)

The most recent outing for Arsenal was against West Ham. A brace from Saka and goals from William Saliba, Magalhaes, Trossard and Declan Rice gave Arsenal the dominant 6 – 0 win over West Ham.

Each of Arsenal’s previous six EPL games produced at least three goals on the scoresheet. They won the last four domestic league games, netting 16 goals, and they have the necessary weapons to score at least three goals on their own.


Burnley vs Arsenal Prediction

Arsenal 3, Burnley 0



Questions Of The Day


Could Arsenal win the Premier League title?

The Gunners are showing that they are here to stay, but back-to-back losses to West Ham and Fulham to end 2023 made it four defeats in their last 10 Premier League matches.The Gunners have returned to winning ways, stringing together four straight wins, including a 6-0 success over West Ham most recently and they have the weapons to fight Man City and Liverpool for the title.


Could Vincent Kompany save Burnley from returning to the Championship?

Vincent Kompany received much praise for getting Burnley back into the Premier League in his first English football management season.The Clarets played good football, were free-scoring in the Championship, and had a tight defense. But they’re struggling in the top flight and are sitting seven points from the first salvation spot and we don’t expect them to remain in the EPL.

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