Last Updated: 19/10/13 11:16pm
It's all over at the Emirates. Great end to the match for the Gunners there to put the game to bed. Goals from Wilshere, Ramsey and two from Ozil made it a comfortable win, with Howson getting a mere consolation for the Canaries. Arsenal 4-1 Norwich.
Shouts for a penalty there as Ozil is hacked down in the area, but the referee is having none of it.
Norwich free kick in a similar position as the one that led to their goal, but this time Howson's shot is straight at Szczesny.
GOAL! Ozil makes it four with an easy tap-in. Really unselfish from Ramsey, who plays the ball back into the six-yard area from a Rosicky cross.
GOAL! Ramsey surely puts the game to bed. Avoids several tackles in the box before curling the ball past Ruddy.
Hooper looked to go through on goal there, but the ref gives Arsenal advantage as the former Celtic man tangled with Koscielny.
A good Arsenal attack ends with a powerful Bendtner shot, but Ruddy comes through with a great save.
Nicklas Bendtner is coming on to replace Oliver Giroud. For Norwich, Tettey coming off for Hoolahan.
Goal! Norwich pull one back, as Howson charges onto the end of a Mertesacker clearance to blast it into the bottom corner past Szczesny.
Arsenal looking to build up from the back, the Norwich defence just about holding on, getting the crucial touches at the moment.
Arsenal looking a bit disjointed in attack, but they're still dangerous on the counter as Turner just about clears a cross away from danger.
Norwich don't look like they're giving up just yet, but Pilkington gives away as Arteta falls over as he tries to shield the ball out of play.
Surely there's no way back into the game for Norwich? Arsenal don't look like they're slowing down just yet.
Goal! Mesut Ozil gets his first Premier League goal for the Gunners, with a brilliant header from a Giroud cross.
Arsenal under a bit of pressure now, struggling to click in attack in the same way they did in the first half.
A much more open game now, Norwich continuing their good spell from the end of the first half, but the Arsenal defence is holding firm.
Snodgrass plays the ball into the area, Turner heads it down, but Martin's volley is wide of the mark.
Arsenal 1-0 Norwich. The Gunners got off to a flyer and dominated right from the off, but the Canaries have done well to play their way back into the match. Jack Wilshere's well-taken goal the difference at the half.
Norwich closing out the half well. They could well play their way back into the match as Hooper is called offside right at the end of the half.
Another good attacking move from Norwich, but the ball is given away after a miss-kick on the edge of the area. Arsenal try to hit on the break, but they too give away the ball cheaply.
Fer has a cracking effort on goal from outside the area, but Szczesny gets down well to make the save.
Nearly moment for the Canaries there as Hooper looked to pounce on a back pass from Sagna to Szczesny.
Giroud goes close after a good run from Gibbs, who cuts it back from the Frenchman, but Ruddy does well to deny him at the near post.
Arsenal win a corner as Bassong fails to shield the ball out of play. Ozil takes, but Mertesacker's first touch lets him down.
The corner is well over everyone. Arsenal rush forward again as the ball is cut out just as Wilshere was about to unleash a shot.
Arsenal putting on a master class with their passing so far, plenty of quick first-time passes being strung together.
Fer with a great tackle on Wilshere to set Norwich on the break, but Gibbs does well to see out the danger.
Norwich with it all to do now, Arsenal looking great value for their lead. Howson has a shot at goal, but it is well blocked and cleared.
GOAL! Wilshere opens the scoring with a great finish into the bottom corner. Giroud with a brilliant flick between four Norwich defender. Baffling how the ball got through there. Great goal.
Arsenal front four looking working well together, but Norwich have nearly everyone behind the ball now.
Wilshere playing out wide for the Gunners, but he looks better than he did in that position against West Brom two weeks ago.
Norwich doing well to keep the ball and pass it around, still no attacking edge to their play, though.
The corner comes to nothing as Mertesacker's weak header is blocked and cleared. Arsenal come again, but Ozil fails to keep the ball in play.
Gibbs puts a cross into the box after great build up play between Ozil, Wilshere and Cazorla. Another Arsenal corner.
Good interplay for Arsenal as Cazorla turns his defender and gets a shot off on goal, but Ruddy gets down to make the easy save.
Norwich with a good spell of possession, but it's a bit aimless as they just keep the ball in midfield and defence.
The corner came to nothing, but Norwich failed in the counter-attack attempt. As expected, Arsenal keeping hold of possession early on.
Gav Kemp: Shame to see Aaron Ramsey rested, but an ample deputy in Cazorla comes in. I can see Arsenal storming this one on a fast pitch. 3-0 to the Gunners.
Leaders Arsenal are odds-on to extend their six match unbeaten run against lowly Norwich on Saturday. Olivier Giroud is 3/1 to score the opening goal and we offer 9/2 for both he and top scorer Aaron Ramsey to find the net. Norwich are 9/1 to pull off a shock win and the draw is on offer at 9/2.
Feel free to e-mail your thoughts or predictions to Chris.Vermeulen@teamtalkmedia.com and I'll publish as many of them before - and during - the game as possible.
On the Norwich front, no Ricky Van Wolfswinkel for them today, so Gary Hooper comes into the starting line-up to make his first Premier League start since joining the club in the summer, otherwise Hughton names an unchanged XI from the side that lost to Chelsea two weeks ago.
In Arsenal team news, Santi Cazorla comes into the starting line-up, replacing the in-form Aaron Ramsey, who drops to the bench, while Bacary Sagna is in for Carl Jenkinson. Apart from those two changes, it is an unchanged line-up from their draw with West Brom last time out.
Chris Hughton's men have won just two of their last five fixtures against Southampton and Stoke, their only two wins of the season, leaving them languishing in the relegation zone after seven games. Last time out, the Canaries slumped to a three one defeat at home to Chelsea.
The Gunners have been in superb form this season, putting behind them their opening-day defeat to Aston Villa by winning their next 10 matches in all competitions - a new club record - although that run was halted following the draw at West Brom last time out.