Arsenal vs Norwich City live stream: team news, predictions and odds for the tie in the Premier League

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Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta believes his team is ready to play their first home game against Norwich City behind closed doors.

Although the Gunners have currently played four games in all competitions, they still have to play Premier League football in the Emirates since Project Restart.

Arteta believes, however, that the past few weeks have helped his players become familiar when they return to an empty emirate.

“We had two friendly games at home before we went to the Premier League and it was a really strange feeling, but hopefully it was too [the players] are used to it now.

“We know what to expect. We’ve done all the logs to make sure the players know exactly what to do and hopefully they can have fun at the Emirates Stadium tomorrow.”

Arteta also talked about fitness and injury concerns during the project restart.

He added: “We are only trying to make the best of it. It was a great learning process for me and the staff about the situation and the context in which we find ourselves.

“A lot of unexpected things have happened since I joined [and] We try to solve the situations as best as possible to help the players and the club go in the right direction.

“Some things that we cannot control and that we can control are just trying to make as many good decisions as possible.”



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Lowdown

Arsenal will play its first home game since Project Restart, looking for their first Premier League win since the suspension.

Norwich City is at the bottom of the table and six points ahead of safety.

When where?

The game will take place on Wednesday (July 1st) at the Emirates Stadium.

Kick-off time?

The game starts at 6 p.m.

Is it on TV?

Yes. You can watch the game live on BT Sport 1 with coverage from 5:30 p.m.

What’s your prediction?

Jermaine Jenas and Sam Quek helped shape the match with footie5.

Both teams have Arsenal back and win 3: 1 and 2: 1.

Jermaine said: “I have seen some positive results from Norwich against Man U but with problems in the center back I can only see another loss.”

Sam said, “I appreciate the way Norwich tries to play in the Premier League, but it just doesn’t work. Arsenal will get a much needed win.”

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What are the chances?

Here are the latest odds from thepools.com:

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Team news

David Luiz (knee), Mesut Ozil (back) and Lucas Torreira (ankle) are facing fitness tests.

Cedric Soares (nose) will push for a debut, while Pablo Mari, Bernd Leno, Gabriel Martinelli and Calum Chambers (all knees) will be absent for a long time.

The fighting Norwich will give fitness tests to Lukas Rupp (hip), Max Aarons (calf) and Adam Idah (quad) before the game.

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