Saturday, 5 May 2012

Arsenal V Norwich Live Streaming Barclays Premier League Match 5th -May 2012

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    Date: Sunday 5 May 2012
    Kick-off: 12:45

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Arsenal cannot afford any slip-ups as they look to clinch third place, and with it automatic qualification for next season's Champions League. Away wins for Tottenham and Newcastle have turned up the heat - with just two games remaining, the Gunners' lead has melted away to just one point.

Successive victories over Norwich and then away to West Brom will do the trick, but worryingly Arsenal have gone off the boil at just the wrong time.

That shock home defeat to Wigan has knocked them off their stride, and has been followed by stuttering draws against Chelsea and Stoke.

The loss of Mikel Arteta through injury is proving difficult to overcome, as his central midfield partnership with Alex Song has been very effective, and in the seven Premier League games the Spaniard has not featured in, Arsenal have failed to win.

It should be a source of some comfort that opponents Norwich are also struggling for form, losing their last three games on the spin. In marathon parlance, they appear to have hit the wall as their terrific efforts over the gruelling campaign finally catch up with them.

    “Norwich appear to have hit the wall as their terrific efforts over the gruelling campaign finally catch up with them ”

You have to go back to Easter Monday for their most recent win, and although that was across north London at Spurs, Norwich haven't enjoyed success on Arsenal soil since the first ever day of the Premier League in August 1992.

Two goals from Robin van Persie were enough to claim the points at Carrow Road in November, and the skipper needs another two to match Thierry Henry's club record tally of 30 for a season.

Henry established the milestone in the team of Invincibles as Arsenal were crowned champions - repeating it eight years on as the Gunners scramble for third place would be testimony to the Dutchman's magnificent achievement and underlines why he's the Footballer of the Year.

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