Last Updated: 11/05/14 4:51pm
FULL TIME. That's it, Arsenal win 2-0 to confirm Norwich's relegation from the top-flight. Thanks for your views today, stay with us for reaction.
Johnson crosses from the right towards Olsson to the left side of the box but it just goes out for a goal kick.
Sanogo tries an effort from 12 yards on the right which takes a slight deflection and Ruddy makes another great save to his right to push the ball away.
Wilshire makes a great run into the box but his shot from ten yards lacks power and runs through to Ruddy to collect.
Hooper feeds the ball from the right towards Snodgrass in the box but Fabianski charges off his line and parries his shot from 12 yards out for a corner on the left.
Arteta takes the free-kick and it hits Hooper in the wall but Ruddy saves the deflection to his left.
Snodgrass passes from the right towards E Bennett in the box but he fluffs his shot and Fabianski gathers.
Loza creates a yard of space for himself and tries an effort from 16 yards on the right but Fabianski saves above his head.
E Bennett is on for Redmond for Norwich - Bennett also coming on for the first time since the first day of the season after injury.
Diaby is on for Rosicky, making a welcome return from injury, while Sanogo is on for Giroud for the Gunners.
Olsson crosses from six yards on the left but it is over hit and goes out for a throw in on the far side.
Redmond crosses from six yards on the left but Sagna clears. Olsson puts the ball back in from the left but Sagna is there again to clear.
Jenkinson tries a shot from an acute angle on the right but Ruddy gets down well to his right to save.
England midfielder Jack Wilshere has made a welcome return to the field for Arsenal following a fractured foot - replacing Ramsey!
GOAL - JENKINSON!!!! Jenkinson scores his first goal for the Gunners in his 57th game for the Gunners!! Gibbs gets into the left side of the box and crosses to Podolski and the ball runs through to Jenkinson to slot home from ten yards!!!
GOAL - RAMSEY!!! Giroud passes to Ramsey who volleys in from 12 yards to the right of the box!! What a strike!!!!
Arsenal press again and feed the ball to Gibbs, who tries to run to the left byline but his first touch is poor and the ball runs out for a goal kick.
Jenkinson wins a corner on the right. Rosicky takes, Sagna flicks on at the near post but Podolski puts it over from close range.
Ben says: "Come on arsenal get this win dont drop off your game got to end this trophy drought next week come on you gunners."
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Rosicky passes to Giroud who tries an effort from 20 yards to the left of goal but Ruddy makes a great save diving to his right to keep the shot out.
Arteta is fouled by Snodgrass for an Arsenal free-kick on the halfway line. They take and keep good possession before Bennett wins the ball and clears.
Norwich break up field and Olsson tries a long range shot but his low effort from the left is well wide.
Arsenal come again and Ramsey shoots from the edge of the box in the centre but Turner makes a great block.
Ozil takes the corner and Giroud misses an over head kick in the box and Olsson clears at the far post.
Giroud plays a one-two with Ozil before trying a shot from 12 yards which Ruddy does well to push over for a corner on the left.
Ramsey tries a back heel to release Giroud into the left side of the box but Bennett intercepts and clears.
Ozil is fouled by Turner for an Arsenal free-kick 35 yards out on the right. They take and keep good possession before feeding the ball to Podolski who tries a shot from close range from the left but Ruddy spreads himself well to concede a corner on the left.
No more chances - the game is like a training game at present, no hard tackles, though Arsenal look to have that extra bit of quality.
Arsenal take the throw in and eventually Giroud crosses from the right byline into the centre but no one is there for the Gunners and Turner clears.
Podolski plays a one-two with Ozil before trying an effort from 25 yards in the centre but his low shot goes well wide.
Johnson seizes upon a pass from Gibbs and charges into the Arsenal half before trying to pass to Redmond on the left but Sagna intercepts.
Redmond tries a screamer from 22 yards after cutting in from the left which Fabianski has to parry out for a corner on the left at his near post.
Ramsey finds Gibbs on the left touchline. He runs at the box and passes to Ramsey at the near post who tries to return the ball but Turner intercepts and clears.
Olsson hits a long ball forward into the left corner for Redmond to chase but it goes out for a throw in to the Gunners.
Norwich take the throw in and keep good possession before Martin's cross from five yards on the right is cut out by Koscielny. The pace of the game has suddenly upped - it had the feel of a training game before.
Johnson tries to feed a pass through to Olsson into the left side of the box but Jenkinson puts it out for a throw in 20 yards out on the left.
Martin hits a long ball forward for Elmander to chase but it goes out for an Arsenal throw in midway in their own half on the left.
Ozil finds Podolski who tries an effort from 12 yards on the left which goes just wide of the far post but he is flagged offside anyhow.
Norwich come again and Redmond tries an effort from 22 yards on the left which ballons up off Gibbs and Fabianski catches the ball near his line.
Norwich break forward and try to feed the ball to Elmander to the left side of the box but he is flagged offside.
Jack, Uppingham says: "Being optimistic, Norwich end the season on a high. Loza coming off the bench and nicking it 1-0. OTBC" That's the spirit Jack, the teams are on the pitch, not long to go now!
Paul in Dublin says: "Think it's a strange choice to rest Szczesny given he's drawn with Cech for the Golden Gloves award, equally, if Fabianski isn't to play the final he got the team to, isn't that Wenger breaking a promise he's apparently made to Fab?"
One of our regulars, Chris Green from Huddersfield has been in touch to say: "Arsenal to win 4-0, with Ramsey (2) and Giroud (2) scoring the goals." Cheers Chris, enjoy the game!
Thomas says: "I'm a 9 year old arsenal fan an going with Norwich 0-3 Arsenal with Giroud podolski and Ramsey scoring. Good to see Wilshere back on the bench. #COYG" Cheers Thomas, almost the same as my prediction but I reckon Norwich will get a goal to give the home fans something to cheer about! Cheers, enjoy the game!
David in Hendon says: "Happy to see Wenger is resting some key players we'll need for the FA Cup final; like Cazorla, Mertesacker and Flamini. But why doesn't he rest Giroud, Podolski, Gibbs, Sagna and Ramsey? Either way, I think we'll get a 2-0 victory here with Giroud and Rambo getting the goals!" Good point there David, I think for Gibbs and Ramsey he wants to get games into them? Send your views to firstname.lastname@example.org
And another debating point, what about Norwich's treatment of former boss Chris Hughton? It was a massive gameble to sack him at that stage of the season and it backfired. Personally I thought it was madness. Send your views to email@example.com
My view - Like Cian, I think Arsenal will be too strong, but I think it will be more comfortable than what he predicts - 3-1 - which pays a handsome 11/1 with Sky Bet! I'm looking forward to watching Ramsey again after his injury, what a player he was earlier in the season and could Arsneal have sustained their title challenge if he had stayed fit? Personally I think so! Send your views / predictions for today's game to firstname.lastname@example.org
Fancy a bet? Sky Bet go 15/4 for a Norwich win, 3/1 for the draw and 8/13 for a victory to the Arsenal. What are your views / predictions for today's game? Send them to email@example.com and I will post up the best throughout the afternoon.
FIRST VIEW - Cian has been in touch to say: "I think either team won't be at their best today. But I feel Arsenal will nick it. 1-0 Arsenal, Giroud with the goal." Cheers Cian, as you say it will be a strange game, with Arsenal having one eye on the FA Cup and Norwich virtually down, but surely the Canaries will want to put a good show on for their fans, while the Gunners will be wanting to impress ahead of the Cup final? Send your views / predictions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Teams - Arsenal: Fabianski, Jenkinson, Sagna, Koscielny, Gibbs, Arteta, Rosicky, Ramsey, Ozil, Podolski, Giroud. Subs: Szczesny, Monreal, Wilshere, Kallstrom, Flamini, Diaby, Sanogo.
Teams - Norwich: Ruddy, Martin, R Bennett, Turner, Olsson, Tettey, Snodgrass, Howson, Johnson, Redmond, Elmander. Subs: Bunn, Whittaker, Fer, Hooper, E Bennett, Loza, Josh Murphy.
Teams - Norwich make one change from last time, with Redmond in for Whittaker, while the Gunners make five changes.
Welcome to Carrow Road where Norwich host Arsenal. The Canaries are effectively down, needing to beat the Gunners and West Brom to lose to Stoke and a massive 17 goal swing in their favour, which is just too much. What are your views / predictions for today's game? Send them to email@example.com and I will post up the best throughout the afternoon.