Meanwhile, Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta is under pressure after last weekend’s defeat in the North London derby. The Gunners have picked up just 13 points from their opening 11 league matches.
Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey is ruled out after suffering a thigh injury at Tottenham last weekend. David Luiz will be assessed after taking a blow to the head against Wolves, while Gabriel Martinelli is unlikely to feature.
Burnley defender Phil Bardsley could return to the squad after recovering from a rib problem. Johann Berg Gudmundsson and Dale Stephens could also feature, but Sunday’s game comes too soon for Jack Cork.
Arsenal: Leno, Bellerin, Holding, Gabriel, Tierney, Ceballos, Xhaka, Willian, Lacazette, Saka, Aubameyang
Burnley: Pope, Lowton, Tarkowski, Mee, Taylor, Brady, Westwood, Brownhill, McNeil, Wood, Rodriguez
Ones to watch - Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Aubameyang has started the season poorly and will be keen to end his goal drought on Sunday.
The former Borussia Dortmund man has an excellent record against Burnley, having scored seven times in five appearances against the Clarets.
Arsenal need their star man to deliver if they are to bounce back from their slow start and climb the league table.
Ones to watch - Dwight McNeil
Robbie Brady’s Burnley career has been halted by injuries, but fans will be hoping he has turned a corner.
The Irish international opened the scoring with a brilliant strike against Everton last weekend and was a constant threat on the right flank.
If Brady can stay fit, he will create chances in the final third and take pressure off Dwight McNeil’s young shoulders.
The points were shared when the sides met earlier in the year following a goalless draw at Turf Moor.
Arsenal were in control in the early stages, with Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette both missing good chances.
Burnley grew into the game and could have won it late on when Jay Rodriguez’s close-range volley struck the bar.
How to watch
Sunday’s game is live on Sky Sports Premier League (7:30 KO).