BURNLEY’S final day opponents, Arsenal, have Europa League success on their minds in a bid to qualify for next season’s Champions League.

The Gunners have taken just one point from their previous four Premier League matches meaning they would have to beat Burnley on Sunday, coupled with defeat for Tottenham at home to Everton, and overturn an eight goal swing, to claim fourth place.

Instead, boss Unai Emery is focusing his attentions on tonight’s Europa League semi-final second leg against Valencia.

Arsenal travel to Spain with a 3-1 first-leg advantage and Emery is potentially 180 minutes away from winning the trophy for a fourth time in his career.

However, he won’t be able to call on Aaron Ramsey (hamstring), Denis Suarez (groin), Hector Bellerin , Rob Holding (both ACL) or Danny Welbeck (ankle) as they’ve all been ruled out for the remainder of the campaign.

Stephan Lichtsteiner, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Granit Xhaka were all substituted in the 1-1 draw against Brighton, although there’s been no injuries reported and the trio will be expected to be available at the Mestalla and for Sunday’s game at Turf Moor.

But with a Champions League place on offer to the winner, Emery is expected to focus on tonight’s game, rather than looking to secure an unlikely top four spot in the Premier League.

“We know it’s going to be very difficult. We fight with very big teams, very great teams,” the Spaniard said.

“After that we have another competition, the Europa League, and we are going to play Thursday the second leg.

“This is one title and one way for the Champions League.

“Above all for us the Premier League is the best competition. And we couldn’t be in the top four. Also we are close to them.

“Above all we are close to Chelsea and Tottenham but not so close with Manchester City and Liverpool.

“We will work in the future to reduce this difference.”

Elsewhere in the competition, Chelsea host Eintracht Frankfurt with the tie level at 1-1.