Burnley v Arsenal on TV: FREE stream details, what channel is the game on - and kick off time
Sean Dyche’s Burnley are set to face Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal in the Premier League.
And with the game set to be shown on TV, we walk you through how you can watch it.
The Clarets are sitting in 15th position at the moment with 29 points from 27 games following a 1-1 draw against Leicester City.
The Gunners, however, occupy 10th with 37 points from their 26 fixtures after a 3-1 loss against the Foxes in their last Premier League outing.
But how can you watch the clash? Here, we take you through everything you need to know…
When is Burnley v Arsenal?
The match between Burnley and Tottenham will take place at Turf Moor on Saturday, March 6.
Kick off is scheduled for 12:30pm.
What are the odds for Burnley v Arsenal?
At the time of writing, bookmakers Paddy Power have Burnley priced at 4/1 to win the clash.
A draw is 14/5 with the same outlet, whilst an Arsenal win is 8/13.
Paddy Power are offering a odds of 6/1 on Burnley’s Chris Wood to score first, with Ashley Barnes priced at 15/2.
Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to score first is priced at 7/2 currently, with Alexandre Lacazette priced at 7/2.
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What channel is Burnley v Arsenal on?
The Premier League match between Burnley and Tottenham will be broadcast on television via the BT Sport 1 and BT Sport Ultimate channels.
Clarets fans can get instant access to every BT Sport channel for just £25.
That includes the Premier League, FA Cup, UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League.
Can I stream Burnley v Arsenal online for free?
EE customers can get a free three-month trial of BT Sport by texting SPORT to 150.
At the end of the three months, you will automatically roll onto the £15 per month subscription.
Or you can cancel the trial at any time during the three months by texting STOP SPORT to 150.
Who is the referee for Burnley v Arsenal?
Andre Marriner will referee Burnley’s clash with Arsenal.
Scott Ledger and Eddie Smart assist Marriner, with Anthony Taylor named as the fourth official.
Kevin Friend has been named as the VAR for the game, and he will be assisted by Matthew Wilkes.
Is there any team news ahead of Burnley v Arsenal?
Bukayo Saka and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang are set return to the Arsenal, he pair were rested for Sunday’s win at Leicester.
Martin Odegaard is also likely to come into the team with Emile Smith Rowe a doubt after picking up a hip injury.
Hector Bellerin should return at right-back after being rested at Leicester.
That means Cedric Soares could move to left-back so Kieran Tierney can have an afternoon off ahead of Arsenal’s Europa League clash with Olympiacos next week.
Rob Holding is pushing for a start.
The defender suffered a concussion against Manchester City last month but is now fit and training again.