Arsenal is back this weekend and they will be up against a Norwich City side that defeated Everton last weekend. There’s currently a great sense of optimism at Arsenal after the appointment of Freddie Ljungberg as the interim head coach and the fans will be hoping to see what he changes at the club starting with the game against Norwich City at Carrow Road. The gunners will be hoping to see the attacking trio of Aubameyang, Lacazette and Pepe.
Arsenal come out this match after having failed to get a win in their last seven matches and a win over Norwich City will be needed if they want to stay in the Premier League top four race and the fact that Chelsea lost on Saturday reaffirms the importance of getting all the three points from The Canaries.
Arsenal have been so poor defensively this season and Norwich City have sometimes played some incredible football and even managed to beat Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City so Freddie Ljungberg will be hoping that his team doesn’t give them many chances on Sunday and the gooners will be hoping to see their team dominate the game. Freddie Ljungberg has said that he wants to make Arsenal fans smile again so the gooners will be hoping to see some attacking football against Norwich City.
Norwich City will also probably play out their hearts in this game since they are currently in the 19th position on the Premier League table and their top scorer Teemu Pukki will be hoping to rejuvenate his form against the shaky defence of the North Londoners.
Dani Ceballos will definitely miss the match against Norwich City since he is still battling with a hamstring injury. Luiz, Bellerin and Mustafi will be assessed before the match and as for Sead Kolasinac, he is available for team selection as per the latest team news.
Norwich City will also be without Hanley, Klose, Drmic and Lewis according to reports.
NORWICH CITY VS ARSENAL
1ST/DEC/2019 @ 2:00PM (UK TIME)