Despite having the worst season so far, Arsenal is looking to finish off strong in the Premier League. The side sets to welcome outfits Norwich City at the Emirates Stadium. The match schedules for Wednesday with kickoff at 20:00 GMT.
Arsenal will have their first match at the Emirates since the restart. The side started off the campaign on a low note with losses to Manchester City and Brighton. However, the side picked up momentum with the 2-0 win over Southampton.
Coach Arteta had his first away win since December 2019 when he took off as the head coach. It has been a tough road for the Spaniard who took over the troubled waters in the camp. However, the dedication and spirit have been evident.
The side secured their slot to the FA semi-finals for the second year in a row after a last-minute 2-1 win over side Sheffield. The side proceeds to face off last years FA Cup winners Manchester City at the Wembley Stadium.
Norwich is done and dusted in the Premier League and look for a return to the Championship. It has been a good season for Coach Daniel Farke, but their standings cannot secure a second run in league with only 21 points.
Arsenal vs. Norwich City Head to Head
Both sides have ten games between them with the Gunners taking home six wins while Norwich with only one win. Here is a look at their past encounters in the league:
Norwich City 2-2 Arsenal
Arsenal 1-0 Norwich City
Norwich City 1-1 Arsenal
Norwich City 0-2 Arsenal
Arsenal 4-1 Norwich City
Arsenal 3-1 Norwich City
Norwich City 1-0 Arsenal
Arsenal 3-3 Norwich City
Arsenal Team News
After facing a red card in the restart, David Luiz made a comeback but picked an injury in the first half of their FA Cup clash. Forward Aubameyang is on a four goalless matchmaking it the longest run since 2014 back in Dortmund.
Brazilian sensation Martinelli sets to miss out the rest of the season after going through knee surgery.
Defender Klose sets to miss out on the match after picking up a red card during their FA clash against Manchester United during the weekend. It will be all Pukki party at the Emirates with the England forward-fit to feature.
Prediction and Odds
Both sides are unpredictable, going by their current form. However, the Gunners hold an edge over the side.
Goals Over 2.5
Both Teams to Score