Team news, key stats and prediction ahead of Norwich vs Arsenal in the Premier League.
Norwich midfielder Todd Cantwell has been declared fit by manager Daniel Farke for the visit of Arsenal in the Premier League on Sunday.
Cantwell had his foot in a protective boot following his side's win at Everton and was not able to train at the start of the week, but the manager expects him to make a recovery in time.
Jamal Lewis returned to training this week after missing the trip to Merseyside with a knee issue, but Grant Hanley remains sidelined and Alex Tettey is unavailable for personal reasons.
Freddie Ljungberg takes charge of Arsenal for the first time since being announced as interim head coach following the sacking of Unai Emery on Friday.
He will be hoping David Luiz (bruised ribs) is fit after being forced off in the 2-1 defeat to Eintracht Frankfurt on Thursday night, while Hector Bellerin (hamstring) will be assessed.
Dani Ceballos (hamstring) is a definite absentee but Sead Kolasinac has recovered from his own minor hamstring issue and could feature.
How to follow
Norwich vs Arsenal is live on Renault Super Sunday from 1pm; kick-off 2pm. Sky Sports customers can watch in-game clips in the live match blog on the Sky Sports website and app. Highlights will also be published on the Sky Sports digital platforms and the Sky Sports Football YouTube channel shortly after the final whistle.
- After beating Arsenal 4-2 at Highbury on the first ever day of Premier League action in August 1992, Norwich have won just one of their last 15 against the Gunners in the competition (W1 D6 L8).
- Arsenal have lost just one of their last 14 top-flight away games against Norwich (W5 D8), going down 0-1 in October 2012.
- Since beating Manchester City 3-2 in September, Norwich have lost their last three home league games by an aggregate score of 2-10 (1-5, 1-3 and 0-2). Only once before have they lost four consecutive Premier League games at Carrow Road (April 2014-August 2015).
- Arsenal are winless in their last five Premier League games (D3 L2). They last went six without a win in the competition between April-August 2011, while they last went six without a win in the same season back in October-December 1994.
- Arsenal have lost their last two away league games against promoted sides (vs Wolves and Sheffield United), last losing three such games in a row between October 1983-November 1984 (vs QPR, Leicester and Sheffield Wednesday).
- Only bottom three sides Norwich (3) and Watford (4) have scored fewer away goals than Arsenal in the Premier League this season (5). The Gunners are without a goal in their last 212 minutes of football away from home, mustering just five shots on target in that run.
- In 51 Premier League games under Unai Emery, Arsenal have faced (717) 88 shots more than they've had themselves (629). In their final 51 games under Arsene Wenger, they outshot their opponents by 177 (771-594).
- Arsenal's Mesut Özil scored his first ever Premier League goals against Norwich, netting twice in a 4-1 win at the Emirates in October 2013. To date, it's the only time he's scored more than once in a match in the competition.
- Emiliano Buendía has created more chances (28) and provided more assists (4) in the Premier League than any other Norwich player this season. The Argentine has provided more assists without finding the net himself than any other Premier League player this season (4).
- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored 80% of Arsenal's away goals in the Premier League this season (4/5). The Gabonese striker has also netted eight goals in his 10 appearances against promoted sides for the Gunners.
Charlie Nicholas' prediction
It was a cracking win for Norwich at Everton. When I watched it, I had to applaud them. Teemu Pukki had half chances but he did not look too sharp. It seems, strangely, that his confidence was off, but Norwich got about the pitch and they were not really upset defensively.
I hate the sacking game, I am never one that wanted to play it too often, but Unai Emery had to go. There was no way of rescuing the situation. It has been complete meltdown since the captaincy situation and they never handled it correctly. The results and style have been poor - there has not been a style. This is from a guy, who every club I have seen him at has had a DNA and style, particularly with Valencia and Sevilla. He didn't control who he brought in at PSG but he let them play.
I have, although it doesn't give him any merit, some sympathy. Emery inherited a very bad defence and a lack of structure. The lack of backing and leadership from upstairs is terrifying and I couldn't see him being demanding or going against them. It says it all how he spent £72m on Nicolas Pepe, which hasn't worked.
I go back to 15 months ago when I spoke to him and his target was to be like Liverpool of now in three years time to some extent, playing and chasing with high energy, squeezing football and rock and roll football. He said the defence was the issue which needed to be resolved, but it has got worse.
The forwards are thinking they could be a good side but they don't know what to do any more, what do they do in a week? It is not all his fault but he didn't fix the defence, which in my opinion, it is the easiest thing to fix. The hardest thing to do is to be creative and be a goalscoring team - this is something you have to work on.
There is no togetherness and spirit in the Arsenal side, so the fact he has left should sharpen a lot of them up. I am sticking with a 3-2 Arsenal win at Norwich win at the weekend.
CHARLIE PREDICTS: 2-3 (16/1 with Sky Bet)
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