Kieran Darcy ESPN Staff Writer 

Alexandre Lacazette, Dani Ceballos and David Luiz will make their first starts of the season for Arsenal against Burnley. But Nicolas Pepe is on the bench for the second straight week. Reiss Nelson and Joe Willock both get another start. Mesut Ozil is not in the squad.

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Lampard 'disgusted' by Abraham abuse on Twitter

Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has said he was "disgusted" by the abuse received by forward Tammy Abraham following their defeat to Liverpool.

Solskjaer provides update on Alexis Sanchez's progress (0:26)
Guardiola: Spurs are the second best team in Europe (0:27)
Pochettino confident Spurs are in the title race (0:37)
Lampard 'disgusted' by racist abuse towards Abraham (1:02)
Klopp explains Adrian's freak injury in Super Cup (0:45)
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Sources: Liverpool end Lovren talks with Roma

Liverpool have called off negotiations with Roma over the transfer of Dejan Lovren after growing frustrated, sources have told ESPN FC.

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Liverpool goalkeeper Adrian hurt by fan on pitch

Liverpool are facing a goalkeeping crisis ahead of the trip to Southampton after Adrian was injured by a fan during the Super Cup celebrations.

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Solskjaer: Sanchez will come good at Man United

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has backed Alexis Sanchez to play a key role at Manchester United this season despite continued speculation he could leave.

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Ozil, Kolasinac '100 percent' ready to return

Arsenal duo Mesut Ozil and Sead Kolasinac are ready to return after they were physically unharmed following an attempted carjacking last month.

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Sources: United doubted Fernandes' quality

Manchester United ended their interest in Bruno Fernandes because of concerns the midfielder loses possession too much, sources have told ESPN FC.