Premier League (EPL) 20 Oct 2012 Norwich City 1 – Arsenal FC 0
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Premier League (EPL) 19 Nov 2011 Norwich City 1 – Arsenal FC 2
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Arsene Wenger’s side have also won all four of their last matches in all competitions and should they overcome Norwich and Everton they will leapfrog up to third.
Arsenal are unbeaten in four Barclays Premier League home meetings with the Canaries (W2 D2), averaging four goals per game over the last three.
Norwich won 4-2 at Highbury in their first ever Premier League game in August 1992; since then, only four other away teams have netted four times in a league game against the Gunners and no side has netted more.
Grant Holt is one to watch for the visiting side as has scored in both of his last two meetings against the Gunners.
The Emirates has seen more goals (59) than any other Premier League ground this term.
Only league leaders Manchester United have taken as many points from their last six Premier League games as Arsenal (both 15).
Norwich City are without a win in seven away league games (D2 L5).
Overall, Chris Hughton’s side have won only one of their last 15 league games (D7 L7).
If only second-halves counted, Arsenal would be top of the Premier League with 61 points this season (Man Utd third on 53).
The Gunners have scored a league-high seven fast break goals this season.
Grant Holt has conceded a league-high 70 fouls this season.
Arsenal 2 Norwich 0
Note: Stats from opta/Uk Eurosport