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Clearly, having been written off and lampooned in equal measure following successive away defeats at Manchester City and Brighton after the re-start
And Arsenal responded in admirable fashion this week with back-to-back victories over Southampton and Sheffield United in the League and FA Cup.
Many had expected Arsenal to crumble against a robust Blades outfit and when David McGoldrick’s 87th minute strike cancelled out Pepe’s first half goal
However, Spanish midfielder Dani Ceballos hit a dramatic injury time winner to set up a semi final clash with Manchester City next month
and the 23-year-old’s late match-decider is certain to have injected Arsenal’s squad with some fresh confidence ahead of their first fixture at the Emirates
Norwich City, meanwhile, were forced to endure another miserable week when their losing streak since the restart was extended from one to two
The Canaries coach chose to rest a number of his key players for bottom club Norwich’s League home game against Everton last week
though Farke’s decision to keep his stars in reserve for the club’s FA Cup quarter final against Man Utd ultimately backfired.
Having lost 1-0 to the Toffees with a weakened XI, a full-strength Norwich were subsequently turned over 2-1 by Man Utd after extra time at Carrow Road.
And while City’s performance was certainly spirited, the manner of their late defeat would have been a real heart-breaker.
In start contrast to their opponents, Arsenal should be armed with plenty of confidence following their brace of momentum building wins this week
and having won four of their last five League fixtures at the Emirates, the Gunners are favourites to pick up maximum points again on Wednesday.
With their FA Cup dreams in tatters and their top flight status hanging by a thread, fans don’t expect Norwich to offer much resistance on Wednesday
and with the aforementioned factors considered, the Arsenal win to nil market looks excellent value.
The Gunners however, have been modest goal-getters for the most part under Arteta, averaging just 1.58 goals per 90 minutes since the Spaniard’s appointment
The Gunners made the most of the rub of the green to move up to 9th spot win 2-0 at the Saints on Thursday last week
Although their 2-1 cup quarter final triumph at Bramall Lane on Sunday hinted at a new-found determination in their ranks under Mikel Arteta.