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The Gunners have turned their fortunes around in recent weeks, and have picked up four wins in their last four Premier League encounters to compensate for their atrocious start to the season which included an 8-2 defeat at the hands of Manchester United and a 2-1 loss against local rivals Tottenham.
Norwich meanwhile are enjoying an excellent start to their first season back in the Premier League, and currently sit in 9th despite losing their last game before the international break 3-2 against Aston Villa, a game which boss Paul Lambert was perhaps one too far before the two week break from the league.
Without a win in their last three games, the Canaries will still be happy with their return given the manner of the games – fighting back from 3-1 down against Blackburn last month to claim a last gasp point while holding top four hopefuls Liverpool to a draw a week earlier.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger will be happy with his sides improvements of late, but will take particular pride in tightening up what once was amongst the leakiest defences in the league.
The Gunners have shipped just six goals in their last six games, three of which came in their thrilling 5-3 win over Chelsea, in stark contrast to their woeful start to the season.
Lambert will be forced to pick between forwards Grant Holt and Steve Morison for the game at Carrow Road, with the latter likely to get the nod after impressing leading the line on his own of late.
Russell Martin is a doubt having pulled out of Scotland’s friendly with Cyprus last week through injury, while Elliot Ward and Zak Whitbread continue their spell on the sidelines.