Date: 7th March 2009 at 3:33pm
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Arsenal take on Burnley in the FA Cup tomorrow only 3 months after losing to the Clarets 2-0 in the league cup.

A youthful Gunners team were soundly beaten at Turfmoor by an impressive Burnley display, however Arsenal weren’t without their chances but squandered a whole host of clear cut efforts, the main culprit of which was current inform striker, Nicklas Bendtner.

Bendtner is still upset at blowing a couple of one-on-one chances but is determined to make amends at Ashburton Grove tomorrow.

‘What happened in the League Cup against Burnley was bad. I was very disappointed with myself after that game,’ he Bendtner.

‘I had three clear chances – from which I should have scored two, if not three.’

‘When your finishing is not as good as it should be, it annoys you – especially when we have six or seven one-on-ones and don’t score any of them.’

‘But it will be a new game, and if we get the same chances I am sure we will put them in this time.’

Would anyone bet against it? Not me.