Another Arsenal weekend has been and gone, so what are the most important things you should know from it?

Premier League Burnley v Arsenal Thomas Partey 5 of Arsenal in action during the game Burnley Turf Moor Lancashire United Kingdom Copyright: Simon Whitehead/News Images
Premier League Burnley v Arsenal Thomas Partey 5 of Arsenal in action during the game Burnley Turf Moor Lancashire United Kingdom Copyright: Simon Whitehead/News Images

Arsenal beat Burnley 1-0 on Saturday at Turf Moor.

The result took them to six points and meant Arsenal finished the weekend in 13th place in the table.

Next up for Arsenal is a game against AFC Wimbledon in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday evening. Then it’s Tottenham at the Emirates on Sunday.

Thomas Partey was suffering cramp against Burnley but should not face any time on the sidelines.

Similarly, Kieran Tierney was also suffering from cramp. Both should be available for Arsenal’s midweek game against AFC Wimbledon.

The FA will open an investigation into events at the end of the game when Arsenal and Burnley fans clashed for a few minutes in one of the stands.

Arsenal women did not play this weekend. Their next game is against Manchester City on 26 September, kick-off 6.45pm. The game will be shown live on Sky Sports.

Arsenal’s u23s absolutely destroyed Chelsea on Sunday, despite playing with 10 men for 53 minutes.

By the time Omar Rekik saw red in the 37th minute, Arsenal were already 3-0 up, thanks to a Folarin Balogun Brace that sandwiched Mika Bierith’s first on 22 minutes.

Bierith, a youngster Arsenal picked up from Fulham, ended up scoring a hatrick, finding the back of the net again in the 45th and 76th minutes.

A Lewis Hall OG made it 6-0 to Arsenal, although Hall also scored for Chelsea in the 90th minute to claim a consolation for his side, leaving the final score Chelsea u23s 1 Arsenal 23s 6 (six).

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