SHOCKING NEWS: Arsenal icon has boldly urged manager Mikel Arteta to bench Gabriel Jesus for the team’s next game against Burnley in favour of a 22-year-old player. He contends that in order for the Gunners to win the three points, they must start a player that is “quick and strong”. He feels that the 22-year-old player is the best choice for the game and does not think Saka, Trossard, or Nketiah are the best choices. An Arsenal veteran calls for Arteta to drop Jesus and demands that Arsenal start the 22-year-old in his place.


Former Liverpool defender turned TV pundit Mark Lawrenson has expressed his belief that Arsenal will comfortably defeat Burnley. The ex-Republic of Ireland international foresees a 3-0 triumph for the Gunners against Vincent Kompany’s team.

Arsenal enters the match with a boost in morale following a resounding 6-0 victory over West Ham United, a result that followed a crucial win against Liverpool, one of their title rivals. The Gunners have been on an impressive run in the league, securing victories in their last four matches, including notable wins against Crystal Palace and West Ham United.

Lawrenson has pointed out Burnley’s weaknesses, suggesting that Mikel Arteta’s side holds the upper hand in the upcoming fixture. He has confidently predicted a 3-0 victory for the North London club. Speaking to Paddypower, Lawrenson stated, “I’ve just mentioned Burnley’s obvious flaws so I can’t see anything other than a big away win. It’s a test for Arsenal because they are expected to win and we’ll see if they can cope with that but I see them winning comfortably.”

Lawrenson’s forecast sees Arsenal maintaining their strong position in the Premier League standings, currently placed third, just two points adrift of league leaders Liverpool. In contrast, Burnley finds themselves languishing in 19th place, trailing 17th-placed Luton Town by seven points.

Reflecting on the previous encounter between the two sides at the Emirates Stadium in November, Arsenal emerged victorious with a 3-1 win. In that fixture, Fabio Vieira was sent off, while goals from Leandro Trossard, William Saliba, and Oleksandr Zinchenko secured the victory for Mikel Arteta’s team. Burnley managed to score through Josh Brownhill.

Overall, Lawrenson’s analysis underscores Arsenal’s strong position and Burnley’s struggles, setting the stage for what he believes will be a convincing victory for the Gunners in their upcoming clash.

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