Two tricky away tests face in-form Chelsea and Arsenal on Sunday at 9:30 a.m. ET, as the Blues head to Burnley and Arsenal travel across London to face Crystal Palace
Both Chelsea and Arsenal are level on 21 points after their opening nine games of the season and can move into second-place with a win. New managers Maurizio Sarri and Unai Emery will be wary of heading to two of the toughest away environments in the Premier League though.
The big team news for Chelsea is that Eden Hazard misses out after picking up a back injury in their draw with Manchester United last weekend. Pedro comes into the starting lineup, so too does Ross Barkley in place of Mateo Kovacic. Burnley bring in Robbie Brady for Aaron Lennon.
Arsenal start Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang up top alongside Alexandre Lacazette for the first time in three PL games, with the Gabonese striker scoring twice after coming off the bench against Leicester on Monday. Palace make just once change, with Jordan Ayew replacing Jeffrey Schlupp.
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