Norwich v Arsenal Tips & Betting Preview

It’s been just another week in North London. Mauricio Pochettino’s sacking came as a surprise; Unai Emery’s death…not too much.
The beleaguered Spaniard was around time for a while and there’s no doubt his departure will probably be music to Arsenal fans’ ears.
The Freddie Ljungberg will take charge for Arsenal’s trip on Sunday to Norwich, and I’m expecting a reaction from the gamers. It has been apparent for some time that Emery missing the Dressing Room in addition to the lovers, there is every opportunity we see that a post-Mourinho style bounce from the gamers together using Emery now gone.
However some can earn a case for this being a bad time to play with Norwich. The Canaries did end his eight-game winless run against Everton last weekend, but that this is more of an outlier than a indication of recovery. Everton are a side that is horrible, and Norwich have shown on too many events that they are both porous and toothless.
There’s no denying that Arsenal are so much better than that which they have demonstrated so far this season, and they will conquer against the relegation favourites if Ljungberg’s able to get the side playing to 70% of the highest possible level.
This is the place where the Gunners dip back.
In a bigger price, there’s value in a goal.
Norwich have conceded within the first 10 minutes four times this year –which is ludicrous considering they’ve only played 13 games–and also this Arsenal side will probably be desperate to get a speedy start so as to win the favour of Freddie.

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