Norwich vs Arsenal FC: After Effects of the Interlull?
Arsenal FC head to Norwich City today, in hope of another win to boost their Champions League hopes for next season.
The Gunners have finally hit a good patch of form and it seems that all is fine in North London. It even looks likely that they’ll overtake Liverpool FC over the weekend, with Liverpool FC headed to London to take on Chelsea, whilst Arsenal go to Norwich, with 3 points perhaps the minimum that the Gunners will expect from the game.
Arsenal FC’s formation looks pretty settled right now, most people already earning themselves the automatic places on that Arsenal FC teamsheet. I personally reckon that the Gunners will line up pretty much like this against the Canaries:
It’s really a “Keep Calm and Carry On” scenario thing for Arsenal FC, with them really NEEDING to continue their unbeaten run they had initially started before the interlull, in a run which garnered them 4 wins out of their last 4 BPL fixtures, although their away form leaves a lot to be desired, reason being that they have only earned a measly 4 points from a potential 15 points.
So no key misses for the Gunners following the International Break, but one thus wonder whether the fatigue from the International Break will indeed affect this Arsenal side going into this game, with the Canaries boasting a decent record at home, with 8 points from 15.
My Prediction? Well, I will have to go with a 3-0 victory for the Gooners today.
Posted on November 19, 2011, in Match Previews and tagged Arsenal, Arsenal FC, Barclays Premier League, BPL, English Premier League, EPL, Gunners, Match Preview, Norwich City, Premier League. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.