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 By Jamie Smith

Burnley, Ben Mee turn in proud effort but come up short against Arsenal

Sean Dyche is upset that an offside call wasn't made that would've negated Arsenal's late penalty game-winner over Burnley.

For the second time this season, Arsenal triumphed narrowly against Burnley with the benefit of questionable decisions from the officials, a desperately late Alexis Sanchez penalty sealing a 2-1 victory for the 10-man Gunners at the Emirates Stadium. Arsenal's win followed up their similarly fortunate 1-0 success at Turf Moor, when Laurent Koscielny's winner deep in injury time should have been disallowed for a blatant handball.

Andre Gray's penalty looked to have earned the Clarets what would...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Sanchez's late penalty helps out of sorts Arsenal eke past Burnley

Arsenal were awarded a controversial penalty in the dying moments to secure all three points and second place in the Prem.
Alexis Nunes and Paul Mariner break down all the talking points from Arsenal's dramatic 2-1 win over Burnley.
Alexis Nunes and Paul Mariner break down all the talking points from Arsenal's dramatic 2-1 win over Burnley.
English Premier League: Alexis Sanchez (90'+7) Arsenal 2-1 Burnley
Arsene Wenger gets sent off following Arsenal's penalty and contact with the fourth offical.

LONDON -- Three quick thoughts from Arsenal's 2-1 win over Burnley in the Premier League

1. Sanchez keeps cool to send Arsenal up to second

The chance to go second in the Premier League looked gone, as boos rang around the Emirates. Referee Jon Moss was the target, for awarding the penalty that Andre Gray converted in the third minute of injury time. Moss had also sent a raging Arsene Wenger down the Emirates tunnel for his complaints. 

Arsenal's anger was understandable, yet misplaced....

 By Tom Adams

Despite Giroud's hot streak, Arsenal better off with him on the bench

Olivier Giroud says he and his Arsenal teammates are hopeful that manager Arsene Wenger will resign with the club.
English Premier League: Olivier Giroud (37') Swansea City 0-1 Arsenal
Olivier Giroud celebrates with a tribute to his scorpion-kick goal, plus relive Messi's double nutmeg in The Sweeper!

It would be an act of football heresy. Dropping a player who has scored in five consecutive games would be seen as treachery of the highest order, going against all the natural laws of sport. But even so, there is an argument that is exactly what Arsenal should do with Olivier Giroud this weekend in their home match against Burnley.

In America they call it the hot-hand phenomenon: the belief, whether true or not, that because you have done something repeatedly with success recently, you are...

 By Jamie Smith

Tarkowski providing Sean Dyche with a dilemma ahead of Arsenal clash

Young James Tarkowski has been impressive of late and is knocking on the door of a starting spot for Burnley.

Sean Dyche does not like changing his defence unless he is forced into a switch, but James Tarkowski is doing everything he can to get into the Burnley starting backline.

Tarkowski was virtually faultless in two FA Cup games against Sunderland, in which the team picked up a pair of clean sheets, with young goalkeeper Nick Pope protected so well he hardly got his gloves dirty.

It is more than a year since Dyche made any unforced changes to his regular back four and goalkeeper, with a 3-0 Boxing...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Man City and Spurs to draw, Chelsea to ease past Hull, Stoke upset United?

Steve Nicol and Alexis Nunes pick the winners of the best Premier League match ups this weekend.
The Exploding Heads preview the huge game between Man City and Tottenham, and the Dembele-go-around.

Another weekend of top Premier League action is upon us, and it's a big one for Pep Guardiola as his Manchester City side take on Tottenham. City have struggled in recent months, while Tottenham are on the rise, but who will come out on top at the Etihad?

Meanwhile, Chelsea have Diego Costa back in the squad but don't seem to need him that much as they take on lowly Hull City seven points clear at the top of the table.

Liverpool host Swansea, while Manchester United travel to Stoke and Arsenal will...

 By Jamie Smith

Burnley rotation works perfectly with easy win in FA Cup third round replay

Sam Vokes scored one as Burnley cruised to a win vs. a very poor Sunderland side.

Burnley cruised into the fourth round of the FA Cup thanks to a 2-0 home win over Sunderland with a supremely controlled performance, now booking a tie against Bristol City at Turf Moor a week on Saturday.

Goals from strikers Sam Vokes and second-half substitute Andre Gray were enough to seal a comfortable victory, the team's ninth at home against Premier League opposition this season. Better yet, once the Clarets were in front the end result was never in doubt against a very poor Sunderland side.

Positives

The...