Norwich City v Arsenal
Barclays Premier League
Kick off: May 11, 2014 3:00 PM BST
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Head to Head
England – Premier League (EPL) Oct 19, 2013 Arsenal 4 – Norwich City 1
England – Premier League (EPL) Apr 13, 2013 Arsenal 3 – Norwich City 1
England – Premier League (EPL) Oct 20, 2012 Norwich City 1 – Arsenal 0
England – Premier League (EPL) May 5, 2012 Arsenal 3 – Norwich City 3
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England – Premier League (EPL) Nov 19, 2011 Norwich City 1 – Arsenal 2
May 4, 2014 Chelsea FC 0 – Norwich City 0 EPL
Apr 26, 2014 Man Utd. 4 – Norwich City 0 EPL
Apr 20, 2014 Norwich City 2 – Liverpool 3 EPL
Apr 12, 2014 Fulham 1 – Norwich City 0 EPL
Apr 5, 2014 Norwich City 0 – West Bromwich Albion 1 EPL
May 4, 2014 Arsenal 1 – West Bromwich Albion 0 EPL
Apr 28, 2014 Arsenal 3 – Newcastle 0 EPL
Apr 20, 2014 Hull 0 – Arsenal 3 EPL
Apr 15, 2014 Arsenal 3 – West Ham 1 EPL
Apr 12, 2014 Wigan Athletic 1 – Arsenal 1 (Pens: 2-4) FA
Norwich have won just one of their six Barclays Premier League home games against Arsenal, but that was last season. (W1 D3 L2).
In fact in all competitions, that defeat ended a run of 12 games unbeaten at Carrow Road for the Gunners (W5 D7 L0).
Mesut Ӧzil registered his first Premier League goal in the reverse fixture at the Emirates this season, scoring twice in that game.
The Gunners managed 11 shots on target against Norwich at the Emirates, their highest tally in a single Premier League game this season.
Arsenal have won six and drawn two of their last eight Premier League games on the final day of the season.
Norwich City have lost 20 games this season; more than they have in any previous Premier League campaign.
Regardless of the result in this match, this will Arsenal’s highest points tally in the last six Premier League seasons (currently 76).
Arsenal have won five and lost one of their last six Premier League games to be played on a Sunday, keeping a clean sheet in each of those five victories.
Norwich City have scored the highest proportion of goals from outside the box in the Premier League this season (32%).
Norwich have scored just 28 goals this season in the Premier League – only three lower figures have been recorded in a full Premier League campaign (Derby 20 in 07-08, Sunderland 21 in 02-03 & Sunderland 26 in 05-06).
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Note: Stats from Opta