Norwich City v Arsenal betting tips – Another win for Gunners

Arsenal can keep the pressure on the Premier League leaders with three points at Carrow Road

Norwich City v Arsenal betting tips – Another win for Gunners

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Glen Laidlaw

November 27th, 2015

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Arsenal head into this weekend’s round of Premier League games in fourth position, level on points with Manchester City with just two separating them from surprise leaders Leicester City.

Arsenal have failed to clinch a single win this month, although their Champions League win against Dinamo Zagreb will certainly have boosted confidence amongst the squad and they shouldn’t be too worried at the prospect of visiting Carrow Road on Sunday.

With Leicester making the journey to second-placed Manchester United, Gunners boss Arsene Wenger will be hopeful of capitalising on this and will look to inflict upon Norwich their sixth defeat from their last seven outings.

Indeed, the Canaries are struggling through a particularly bad spell at the moment with a single victory in their last eight outings, however the lack of a decent goalscorer is clearly the main problem with Lewis Grabban, Wes Hoolahan and Cameron Jerome all seemingly struggling to adapt to life in the Premier League.

The Gunners have completely dominated this fixture of late, winning the previous three meetings between the sides with Norwich managing a single win against this weekend’s opponents since 1992.

We don’t anticipate this record changing this weekend and the Gunners will press hard from the outset and with Frenchman Olivier Giroud back in top form, the visitors will enjoy better attacking options that their struggling opponents.

Indeed, we’ll be backing Arsenal to win and over 2.5 goals in this match at 13/10 with Paddy Power, given that Sanchez has found the back of the net nine times for Arsenal this term and we’ll also be backing him to add to his tally by scoring at Carrow Road on Sunday. Sanchez to score anytime is 6/4 with Coral.



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