Arsenal’s first match since they sacked Unai Emery is a trip to Carrow Road and Norwich City.
Norwich City earned a vital win away at a struggling Everton side last weekend, winning 2-0 at Goodison Park.
Goals from Todd Cantwell and Dennis Srbney secured Norwich’s first league win since September.
Arsenal were held at home by Southampton in the league, with Alexandre Lacazette’s late goal enough for a point.
Emery’s last game in charge was a disappointing 2-1 home defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt in the Europa League.
Premier League form: Norwich City W1 D1 L3; Arsenal W0 D3 L2
Premier League top scorers
Norwich City – Teemu Pukki 6 goals
Arsenal – Pierre Emerick Aubameyang 8 goals
The last meeting at Carrow Road came back in 2015, with Arsenal only able to secure a 1-1 draw.
Arsenal do have a very good record against Norwich though, losing just one of the last 18 matches in all competitions.
Last five Premier League meetings
Arsenal 1 Norwich City 0 – 30/04/16
Norwich City 1 Arsenal 1 – 29/11/15
Norwich City 0 Arsenal 2 – 11/05/14
Arsenal 4 Norwich City 1 – 19/10/13
Arsenal 3 Norwich City 1 – 13/04/13
Cantwell is a doubt for the fixture, however Daniel Farke hinted he would be available.
Alexander Tettey is out for personal reasons, whilst Norwich will also be without Timm Klose, Jamal Lewis and Josip Drmic.
David Luiz was forced off in mid-week and is a doubt for the trip to Carrow Road.
Dani Ceballos remains out for the Gunners, meaning Mesut Ozil is likely to remain in the XI.
Expected starting XI’s
Norwich City (4-2-3-1): Krul; Aarons, Zimmerman, Godfrey, Byram; Trybull, McLean; Cantwell, Buendia, Hernandez; Pukki
Arsenal (4-2-3-1): Leno; Bellerin, Chambers, Sokratis, Tierney; Guendouzi, Xhaka; Pepe, Ozil, Aubameyang; Lacazette
Result: Arsenal (3/4 with Coral)
Correct Score: 1-2 (17/2 with Bet 365)
Anytime Goalscorer: Pierre Emerick Aubameyang (3/4 with Coral)
Odds correct at time of article (30/11, 10:30), they are subject to change