Arsenal can go fourth with a win at Carrow Road against Norwich City. It promises to be a very interesting game both on the field and in the stands – a record all-seater crowd is expected at the stadium, with both sides having sold their full allocation of tickets. Arsenal will be hoping to continue their good form of late (they’ve won five out of their last six matches), which included a fantastic 5-3 win against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
History suggests a win is there for the taking for Arsenal, with Norwich having failed to secure a home victory against the Gunners since December 1984. And modern form doesn’t seem to be on Norwich’s side either, with the Canaries having lost twice at home so far this season, and struggled in recent matches.
Norwich will need to be on top form if they are to get anything out of the match, though they will have the advantage of being the fresher team. Sixteen members of the Arsenal first-team squad were called up to their countries for the international break, whilst just three Norwich players made arduous trips abroad with their country.
Robin van Persie has been in stunning form for the Gunners in recent matches, with some incredible goals and astonishing finishes helping him to notch up 11 goals in 11 matches! Norwich’s leaky defence should be worried!
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Arsenal have been in great form of late, which makes backing them at 1.67 (Paddy Power) a reasonable bet. If you’re chasing bigger odds we would recommend a bet on an Arsenal 2-0 win (9.5 at Ladbrokes).
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