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Recently Norwich City managed to give themselves a massive confidence boost last weekend as they took advantage of Everton’s poor form
Also And to take all three points at Goodison Park, but there are still some major concerns around the Canaries’ chances of survival this season.
They sit 18th after that win last weekend, three points adrift of West Ham above them and knowing they really need to pick up the pace for the rest of the season.
Unfortunately for the hosts, they aren’t coming up against Unai Emery on Sunday.
The Spaniard was sacked on Friday after losing at home to Eintracht Frankfurt
and the onus now falls upon interim manager Freddie Ljunberg to try and dig The Gunners out of their hole.
The new manager effect could play a key role here as Ljunberg looks to end a run of five winless games in the Premier League
and in all fairness he couldn’t have wished for a better fixture to start with.
Norwich have lost each of their last three home games in the Premier League and have shipped an average of 2.67 goals per game at Carrow Road this term.
This includes a 5-1 demolition at the hands of Aston Villa, a 2-0 loss to bottom of the table Watford, and a 3-1 defeat against a struggling Manchester United side.
With Emery out, we’re expecting a response from the Arsenal players and they should be fully capable of delivering a win against this sub par Norwich side.
However, Arsenal also known as The Gunners have kept just two clean sheets this season
and haven’t shut out the opposition away from home since the opening weekend of the Premier League.
Norwich, meanwhile, have found the net a respectable 10 times at home this season and have only failed to score once at Carrow Road
That victory over Everton ended a run of seven consecutive winless games in the top flight for Daniel Farke’s side
However and with six of those being losses it comes as no surprise that they find themselves stranded in the relegation zone