The Premier League returns once again this weekend in the final set of fixtures before we officially enter the hectic December period. All teams will be forced to deal with increased scrutiny now as they attempt to navigate their way through a collection of tough fixtures in the top flight. Two such teams who have a lot of work to do, but for very different reasons, are Norwich City and Arsenal who will meet in one of the Sunday kick-offs at Carrow Road.
Norwich’s style was really fun to watch across the first few weeks of the new campaign, but it certainly seems as if the allure of it all has started to wear off just a little. From their poor defensive work to their parade of injuries, the Canaries are in a position whereby they need to be saved from themselves sooner rather than later. The win over Everton gave them hope, but they’re still struggling for air, which is hardly a great sign when we’re still so early into the Premier League season.
The sacking of Unai Emery has officially been confirmed and now, the Gunners can start to move on towards bigger and better things. Freddie Ljungberg is set to take over for this game, at the very least, which should give the squad and fans the boost that they need. They’ve got an incredibly winnable set of fixtures and they’ll know that stability is the one thing they desperately need right now – even though acquiring it is easier said than done.
Norwich are going to put up a fight but new manager syndrome will allow Arsenal to get the job done here. They’re good enough and efficient enough to put in the sort of performance that isn’t going to completely and utterly embarrass the squad and that, in a nutshell, has to be viewed as a positive thing. Carrow Road is a difficult place to go as Manchester City found out earlier this season, but if the Gunners can get into a nice rhythm, they’ll be absolutely fine.
Bet Type: 3Way - result
Best Odds: 1.75 at
Stake: 2% bankroll (40 Units)
Date/Time: 01-Dec-2019 15:00 CET
Event Result: 2:2(2:1)
Profit: -40.00 Units