10) Arsenal and Norwich have met 50 times in all competitions, the Gunners winning 23, drawing 17 and losing 10. Arsenal are priced at 1.22 to win on Saturday.
9) Of these 50 matches between the two sides, no score has ever exceeded their first clash in January 1952. Arsenal won that day 5-0 in the FA Cup, which set up a cup run that culminated in a loss to Newcastle in the final that season. Arsenal are 19.00 to win 5-0.
8) When the clubs met earlier in the season, Gunners striker Robin van Persie scored a brace as Arsenal recorded their 10th win in 12 matches. Arsenal are now on a run of three league games without a win. A Norwich victory can be backed at 13.00, with a draw at 5.75.
7) Arsenal have won 11 of their 20 Premier League victories by just one goal this season, while Norwich have lost seven of 15 by the same margin. A 1-0 Arsenal win can be backed at 8.50, with a 2-1 home result at 8.75.
6) The Canaries have scored just one goal in their last three league games, a consolation strike from Andrew Surman as they went down 6-1 to Manchester City. Surman is 9.50 to get on the scoresheet again on Saturday, with Norwich 7.25 to score in both halves.
5) Arsenal’s Gervinho has scored four goals in 27 league appearances this season, while City’s top scorer Grant Holt has netted 13 times. Gervinho is priced at 9.00 to score at least two goals at the Emirates, Holt is 20.00 to do the same.
4) The Gunners have scored 15 goals against Norwich in their last four meetings, City replying with four. A price of 2.00 can be had for +3.5 goals on Saturday, with 3.25 for +4.5.
3) Alex Song has received 10 yellow cards this season, but has yet to be sent off. The midfielder is priced at 3.00 to get booked, with 25.00 to see red.
2) There are seven Arsenal players more likely to score first before Norwich striker Grant Holt, at 12.50. Robin van Persie is Arsenal’s favourite at 3.50.
1) The last time Norwich beat Arsenal was in August 1992, the first ever week of the Premier League. Goals from David Phillips, Ruel Fox and a brace from debutant Mark Robins saw the Canaries come back from two goals down to win 4-2 at Highbury. Arsenal to win the first half but Norwich to take all three points on Saturday can be backed at 80.00.