Arteta fires warning to Arsenal stars ahead of clash with 'specialists' Burnley

01/02/2020 18:00:00
Arteta fires warning to Arsenal stars ahead of clash with 'specialists' Burnley

Mikel Arteta fires warning to Arsenal stars ahead of clash with 'specialists' Burnley

Arsenal Fc, Sean Dyche

Mikel Arteta fires warning to Arsenal stars ahead of clash with 'specialists' Burnley

The Gunners face a difficult test at Turf Moor as Burnley come into the clash off the back of wins against Man Utd and Leicester, and could leapfrog Arsenal with a win

The Gunners travel to the Lancashire outfit on Sunday as they bid to improve on their current league position.A win for Burnley however would see Sean Dyche's side climb above Arsenal, with the teams currently level on points.And Arteta knows Arsenal must be prepared for a physical challenge, or face the same fate as Burnley's latest conquests Leicester and Man Utd.

"What they do, they do it really, really well and they're specialists at that," Arteta told a press conference. "The type of game that they want to play makes it really difficult for the opponent."So we need to be ready for a battle, be clever and take the game the way we want.

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The Gunners travel to the Lancashire outfit on Sunday as they bid to improve on their current league position. A win for Burnley however would see Sean Dyche's side climb above Arsenal, with the teams currently level on points. The measures come ahead of heatwave conditions expected over the coming days and as forecasts predicted fires could hit southern suburbs of the city of about 400,000. And Arteta knows Arsenal must be prepared for a physical challenge, or face the same fate as Burnley's latest conquests Leicester and Man Utd. "What they do, they do it really, really well and they're specialists at that," Arteta told a press conference. “A state of emergency is the strongest signal we can send to the ACT community that they must prepare themselves and their families. "The type of game that they want to play makes it really difficult for the opponent. Isabelle Brusselmans, the head of press for the European Council, posted footage of the flag removal on Twitter this evening: solemn and moving moment in a silent.

"So we need to be ready for a battle, be clever and take the game the way we want. The main threat comes from the Orroral Valley fire, which has burned around 18,000 hectares of mostly remote bushland. "A lot of teams, they get bullied even if they believe they cannot be bullied. This is how good they are and this is their strength. The heatwave is then expected to hit Melbourne and Canberra later today before parts of Sydney reach 45 degrees Celsius at the weekend. So we have to make sure this does not happen." Arsenal have both new signings Pablo Mari and Cedric Soares available for selection after completing their transfers in the January window. Storms are forecast to follow the heatwave, bringing rain that could help dampen fires but also the potential for wild weather, including flash flooding.

Mari has already been involved in a training session for Arsenal after completing his initial loan switch from Flamengo on Wednesday. Soares meanwhile only completed his loan move from Southampton on deadline day, but is likely to train on Saturday ahead of the trip to Burnley. At least 33 people have died and vast swathes of the country have been burned since September. The arrival of both players was essential for the Gunners, who have several defenders out through injury and suspension. Speaking of Soares, Arteta said: "He's got that desire, that commitment. Scientists say the bushfire disaster was exacerbated by climate change, coming on the back of a crippling drought that turned forests into a tinderbox and allowed blazes to spread out of control quickly. "With more time I'd like to have a specialist for every position, to do exactly what we want to do.

"What I want is to have more options and more availability to be more unpredictable." .