Arsenal and Norwich go head to head at The Emirates Stadium in the Premier Leagues only fixture on Saturday.
This is a must win game for The Gunners who currently sit in third position but know that the teams below them are hot on their heels.
Arsene Wenger’s side will also be aware that if Chelsea go on to win the Champions League, fourth spot would not grant you a place in Europe’s elite club competition next year.
Wenger’s men have failed to win a game in three attempts in the league, including a defeat to Wigan and a draw with Stoke, matches that Wenger would have been expecting to take maximum points from.
The North London side have Norwich and West Brom to play in the remainder of the campaign so third place does still look likely, however at this stage of the season anything can happen.
Robin Van Persie will yet again be the man that Arsenal will be looking towards to help them finish the season strongly. The PFA Player of the Year has 28 goals in the league this season.
As for Norwich, they have enjoyed a successful first season back in the top flight of English football, with 43 points they now find themselves mathematically safe.
Paul Lambert’s side have, however, stuttered of late, losing their last three games and picking up just one victory in their previous six.
Despite this recent form it has still been a monumental effort from The Canaries this campaign and they will be looking for a strong finish to the year as a place in the top half is still up for grabs.
Lambert’s men did also pick up three points away to Tottenham last month, so will have happy memories of playing in North London.
Unsurprisingly Arsenal go into this game as big favourites on home soil, you can back The Gunners at 1.29 (2/7) with BoyleSports.
Norwich know that the odds are stacked against them to take all three points at The Emirates, The Canaries are being offered at 15.00 (14/1) with StanJames. A draw is available at 6.00 (5/1) with VC Bet.
Robin Van Persie is the big favourite to get the scoring underway on Saturday, the in form striker’s odds are 3.5 (5/2) with Paddy Power.
Grant Holt is the leading scorer for Norwich and he looks to be their best chance of breaking the deadlock, you can back Holt at 13.00 (12/1) with Bet365.
The Norfolk side took the lead in this fixture earlier in the season but went on to lose the match. A recommended bet is for a similar outcome this time around. There are odds of 29.00 (28/1) with BetFred on Norwich winning at half-time but Arsenal taking all three points.