Arsene Wenger will celebrate his 20th year at the helms for Arsenal as the Gunner visit the Claret at Turf Moore this Sunday.
Wenger has provided an update on Oliver Giroud, Aaron Ramsey and Francis Coquelin, will not be in contention for the game.
The Gunners will be looking to translate their fine for to the game as they aim to extend their unbeaten runs to nine games.
“Aaron Ramsey should be available after the international break,” said the manager, with the Welshman carrying a hamstring injury.
“Giroud will be out,” Wenger added, with the striker, who has not yet started a league game this season, sidelined with a toe injury. “He will not come back.
On midfielder Coquelin, who has a knee injury, Wenger said: “He is looking much better but he will still not be ready.
“The ligament is not as damaged as we thought but we have to be careful.”