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Arsenal vs Norwich City Prediction & Betting Tips
📊 Form Guide
Arsenal will want to continue from where they left off last time out with the 1-2 FA Cup triumph versus Sheffield United.
In that game, Arsenal had 60% possession and 10 attempts at goal with 3 of them on target. For Arsenal, the scorers were Nicolas Pépé (25') and Dani Ceballos (90'). For their opponents, Sheffield United had 12 shots on goal with 5 on target. David McGoldrick (87') was the scorer for Sheffield United.
Mikel Arteta's Arsenal have hit the back of the net 8 times over their preceding 6 outings. The corresponding tally of goals that have been scored against them in those fixtures amounts to 6.
Analysis of their past results shows that Arsenal:
- have not lost a league tie with Norwich City in their last 6 matches.
- are undefeated in their last 5 league matches at home.
Norwich City WDLLLL 📉
After suffering a loss in their previous game against Manchester United in FA Cup action, Norwich City and their travelling fans will hope for a better result here. In that game, Norwich City had 34% possession and 10 attempts on goal with 1 on target. The only player on the scoresheet for Norwich City was Todd Cantwell (75'). Manchester United got 36 shots at goal with 8 of them on target. Odion Ighalo (51') and Harry Maguire (118') scored for Manchester United.
The strike force from Norwich City have been starved of goals in their past six clashes, contributing the disappointing return of only 3. In those matches, The Canaries have also seen the overall goal aggregate of opposing teams equal 8. We shall soon find out if that trend can be sustained into this next match.
Looking at the pre-match facts, Norwich City:
- have not beaten Arsenal in games played away from home for the previous 7 league games. Not good.
- haven’t won away from home in the past 8 matches in the league. It's not a good run at all.
👥 Head to head
Looking at past results between these clubs going back to 19/10/2013 reveals that these encounters have been miserable for Norwich City. They’ve not been able to come away with any wins at all while Arsenal have been superior, winning in 67% of those match-ups.
A combined total of 17 goals were produced between them in these games, with 12 for The Gunners and 5 coming from The Canaries. This gives an average number of goals per game equal to 2.83.
The last league match between these clubs was Premier League match day 14 on 01/12/2019 which ended up with the score at Norwich City 2-2 Arsenal. That day, Norwich City managed 40% possession and 15 attempts on goal with 7 of them on target. The scorers were Teemu Pukki (21') and Todd Cantwell (45'). For their opponents, Arsenal got 16 attempts at goal with 6 on target. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (29', 57') was the scorer. The match was refereed by Paul Tierney.
ℹ️ Team News: Arsenal
Cédric Soares (Nasal Bone Fracture), Lucas Torreira (Ankle Injury), Calum Chambers (Cruciate Ligament Rupture), Pablo Marí (Ankle Injury) and Bernd Leno (Stretched Ligament) are not available for Arsenal gaffer Mikel Arteta.
It’s our opinion that The Gunners will possibly opt for a 3-4-3 formation for this one, beginning the first half with Damian Emiliano Martinez, Kieran Tierney, Rob Holding, Shkodran Mustafi, Bukayo Saka, Granit Xhaka, Daniel Ceballos, Hector Bellerin, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, Edward Nketiah and Nicolas Pepe.
ℹ️ Team News: Norwich City
Owing to a completely healthy squad to choose from, Norwich City boss Daniel Farke has no fitness concerns to speak of ahead of this game.
We are inclined to think that The Canaries seem likely to begin the game with a 4-2-3-1 lineup, starting the game with Tim Krul, Max Aarons, Benjamin Matthew Godfrey, Timm Klose, Jamal Lewis, Kenny McLean, Alexander Tettey, Emiliano Buendia, Ondrej Duda, Todd Cantwell and Teemu Pukki.
We’ve got the feeling that Arsenal will most probably get the goals that they need when they line up against Norwich City, who could well find it tough to get a goal of their own. We reckon that it will be a pretty comfortable 2-0 victory for Arsenal at the end of this one.
Peter Guest, 23:08 26/06/2020
⚽️ Team Focus:
Stadium: Emirates Stadium (60,260)
Captain: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Chairman: Sir Chips Keswick
Manager: Mikel Arteta
Competitions: Premier League position 9, FA Cup (Sixth Round)
🔑 Key Man: Nicolas Pépé
Normally playing in the Right Wing position, Nicolas Pépé was born in Mantes-la-Jolie, France. Having played his first senior match for Angers SCO in the 2014 - 2015 season, the dangerous Forward has managed 5 league goals in the Premier League 2019 - 2020 campaign to date from a total of 26 appearances.
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