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Premier League 19 Nov 2011 Norwich City 1 – Arsenal FC 2
Arsenal to win:
Bet365 are offering even odds of 2/9 for the Gunners to win at home
Bet365, William Hill & Skybet are offering the same odds of 11/2
Norwich to win:
Skybet & William Hill are offering the best odds of 12/1 for the visitors to win away.
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allArsenal’s Special Bet365 pick: Halftime/Fulltime: Arsenal/Arsenal= 4/6
On current form (past six games), Norwich are in the bottom three, while Arsenal have won each of their last four games against Norwich City.
See below for more match facts
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Arsenal 2 Norwich 0
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Norwich have not won away to Arsenal since August 1992 – the very first weekend of the Premier League.
Only Man City (10), have conceded fewer home goals than Arsenal (14) this season.
The Canaries have conceded 11 goals in total in their last three league games.
Arsenal have recovered more points from losing positions than any other Premier League side this season (20).
The Gunners mustered 11 shots on target in the reverse fixture earlier this season, their joint-highest tally in any game this campaign.
More Match Facts
Robin van Persie needs just two more goals to equal Thierry Henry’s club record of 30 in a Premier League season, set back in 2003-04.
Arsene Wenger will celebrate his 900th game in charge of Arsenal on Saturday
An Arsenal player has scored multiple goals in three of their last four games against Norwich (Van Persie, Henry and Hartson)
Only Liverpool have allowed fewer shots on target against them than in the top flight this season than Arsenal (127).
Norwich have scored the joint-most headed goals in the top flight this season (15).
Arsenal have gone three Premier League games without a win for the first time since four winless games in January/February.
Stats from opta/Uk Eurosport