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90+3' David Luiz is now booked.....as Burnley earn two corners......but Rodriguez fires over and Arsenal can breathe a sigh of relief.
Ashley Barnes is the latest to go into the book for an off the ball incident.
Game over and three points for Arsenal!
90+2' Arsenal have a two on one but Pepe's pass to Aubameyang is too slow and that allows Burnley to regroup and clear the danger.
90+1' Sokratis is booked
90' Four extra minute are added....as Torreira almost seals the match but his effort is right at Pope.....and Dani Ceballos is named man of the match after his impressive performance.
85' Dani Ceballos is sat on the sidelines chatting with Mkhitaryan gesticulating about Burnley's long balls.....not sure the Spanish midfield maestro is a fan of their tactics!
83' Torreira comes on for Dani Ceballos.....the Spaniard has looked good on his home debut and first start.
77' Some skill shown by Pepe as he dazzles Ben Mee and skips past him.....the attacking triumvirate of Pepe, Auba and Lacazette is going to score some goals and produce some quality moments this season.
76' Those changes have led to a slight lull in play. Burnley are trying some long diagonal balls to try feed from some knockdowns and unsettle the Arsenal defence but their latest one sails into the hands of Bernd Leno.
72' Lennon comes on for McNeil
71' McNeil heads over! Brief moment of danger for Arsenal, but the young Burnley winger can't keep his header down
Kolasinac is on for Lacazette
68' Corner for Burnley as they look to find a second equaliser. Leno just about gets something on the ball and the danger is cleared. They do look capable of troubling the Gunners if they can get more crosses into the Arsenal box.
64' AUBAMEYANG SCORES! He gave Nick Pope a warning just minutes earlier, but he picked the ball up out on the left, slalomed into the middle and fired a right-footed effort past Pope to send the Emirates into raptures. His 7th goal in his last four matches against Burnley. ARSENAL 2-1 BURNLEY
62' Moments after Burnley have a dangerous foray forward with McNeil's cross meeting Westwood's head only to go over the bar, Dani Ceballos curls a lovely effort but Pope tips it wide. The game is wide open and while Arsenal look the more likely of the two teams, Burnley are posing a threat too.
61' Rodriguez comes on for Chris Wood.....
60' Possession stats are up to 68% in Arsenal's favour right now.....as Jay Rodriguez looks likely to come on soon for the Clarets.
Pepe feeds Auba in the box and the Gambian striker's shot is right at Pope who saves, but that was a dangerous moment for the Gunners.
57' Corner to Arsenal which is played short.....well worked and Sokratis has a header at the far post which is cleared for another corner. Arsenal are ramping things up.....before Maitland-Niles gives Burnley a breather by firing way over the bar.
55' Arsenal are putting Burnley under increasingly more pressure right now as they camp themselves in the attacking third for a good spell. They can't create any good openings but there are signs that Burnley are sitting back more and slowing down perhaps.
51' A relatively quiet opening to the second half which comes to life as substitute Pepe leads a quick counter for Arsenal and leads to a sustained bit of pressure for them. More nice work by Ceballos and Monreal down the left sees the ball played to the edge of the area to Aubameyang, who shoots just over the bar.
46' No messing about by Unai Emery.....Pepe is coming on for Reiss Nelson.....a bold move as the second half gets underway
45+1 Goal disallowed for Arsenal after a stunning move down the left with Nacho Monreal the man just straying offside which denies Arsenal what would have been a superb team goal.....and that takes us into the half-time break!
43' GOAL FOR BURNLEY! Dwight McNeil's cross-shot falls to Ashley Barnes unmarked and onside, and he slots home simply to level things up for the Clarets. ARSENAL 1-1 BURNLEY
41' Burnley's high pressing has been a feature of this first half but it leaves them exposed as the ball breaks to Ceballos just inside his own half but with acres of space....he charges forward and plays in Guendouzi who has stormed forward and his low drilled effort is save by Pope with his feet.
38' No goals for Auba just yet but he's earned himself a booking - the first of the game so far.
32' Corner number four for Burnley is parried away by Bernd Leno. That makes it four corners apiece so far in what has been an open and entertaining match.
30' It has been a bright start by Dani Ceballos already. The on-loan Real Madrid man does not looked phased by the pace or physicality of the match so far, and if the opening 30 minutes are anything to go by, he is going to make a fair impact for the Gunners this season.
26' Burnley have had a couple of forays forward that have tested this Arsenal defence.....and they do not look particularly assured. They have another corner but Westwood's effort is poor and it is cleared. Burnley will take heart from their possession so far. Arsenal have had more possession but Burnley have had more passes in the final third (23-22) so far which is a telling statistic that shows they are firmly in this match.
20' Another corner for Burnley and they are having a little joy in the air. Gudmundsson takes and a goalmouth scramble ensues, but is cleared. Crosses and set pieces will be their main threat today.
18' First corner to Burnley which Gudmundsson swings in....Tarkowski heads back in across goal from the far post, and Leno pulls off a stunning point blank save from a header which wouldn't have counted anyway with the Burnley player offside..
13' LACAZETTE SCORES! Ceballos' corner falls to him with his back to goal on the edge of the six-yard box, and he somehow swivels with several Burnley defenders around him and slips the ball past Pope into the near post. Not the prettiest of goals, but fair play to the French striker for fashioning and taking that chance. ARSENAL 1-0 BURNLEY!
12' Best chance of the game falls to Alexandre Lacazette. A free is cleared to the edge of the area, it is headed back into the box where Lacazette stays onside and his header is tipped over by Pope.
10' First corner to Arsenal and David Luiz makes his way forward. Dani Ceballos is the taker......and his cross flashes across goal and Lowton heads out for another corner. The second corner comes to nothing.
6' Burnley are pressing Arsenal high up the pitch in an attempt to force mistakes, and it is leading to a fast and intense start to proceedings. Both teams have had a wayward shot apiece and Burnley have failed to cause any trouble from two poor crosses so far.
2' Off we go and as you would expect, Arsenal are dominating possession early on. David Luiz and Guendouzi are going to cause commentators problems this season with their identical scraggly locks.
12:27 The teams are out on the pitch and the sun is shining in North London. Let's hope the early kick off doesn't dampen what should be an entertaining game.
12:16 Our analysts are predicting both teams to score in this game despite both teams keeping a clean sheet last week. The first 20 minutes will be vital and Arsenal will be keen to start fast and try force Burnley into participating in an open match.
12:03 It was hardly vintage Arsenal last week as they edged past the Newcastle, but they are formidable at home and will take heart from the fact they have scored 11 goals in their last 3 matches against Burnley. Sean Dyche's men will want to keep this tight early on after their recent losses against them.
11:54 Ashley Barnes bagged two goals in Burnley's 3-0 win over Southampton last weekend and both of his goals were assisted by summer signings Erik Pieters. Charlie Taylor is back in the squad today following injury but while ever Pieters is producing assists and helping keep clean sheets, he should keep his place at left-back. Fellow summer signing Jay Rodriguez will have to make do with substitute appearances if Barnes continues this fine form in front of goal.
11:45 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the man to watch for Arsenal today....the Gambian striker has played Burnley three times and scored two goals in EACH of those three matches. Sean Dyche's men will be tasked with stopping him today.....while Fantasy Premier League owners of Auba will be praying for more goals this lunchtime.
11:38 Despite beating Newcastle 1-0 last week, Unai Emery makes three changes as Lacazette returns from injury, David Luiz makes his debut, along with on-loan midfielder Dani Ceballos as Chambers, Xhaka and Mkhitaryan all miss out. Burnley on the other hand are unchanged - standard procedure for Sean Dyche when his team win and play well!
11:30 Thanks for joining us for today's coverage of Arsenal versus Burnley, live from the Emirates. Team news will shortly follow for what promises to be a fascinating game between two teams that both won their opening fixtures last weekend.