Arsenal v Norwich City live stream, Sky Sports, Saturday 11 September, 3pm BST
Arsenal are under huge pressure to pick up their first win of the season when they face Norwich on Saturday.
The Gunners have slumped to defeat in each of their three matches so far, and a fourth reverse could be fatal for Mikel Arteta. The Spaniard appears to retain the backing of the Arsenal hierarchy for now, but it is inevitable that his position will come under fresh scrutiny if the team does not start winning soon. There are some mitigating circumstances - Arsenal have already had to face Chelsea and Manchester City, last season's Champions League semi-finalists - but excuses will only be tolerated for so long.
Arsenal's worst ever start to a season came in 1953/54, when they collected one point from their first four games. Defeat here, then, would see this campaign enter the history books. Arsenal must show a clearer attacking identity, and Arteta will hope his players can cut out the sloppy defensive errors that have cost the side too often throughout this tenure. The Gunners must not waste this opportunity to belatedly kick-start their season.
Norwich are also yet to pick up a point this term, although it is much more understandable in their case. The fixture computer has not been at all kind to the Canaries, who have succumbed to Liverpool, Leicester and Manchester City - three of last season's top five.
Despite Arsenal's recent struggles, Daniel Farke will not necessarily be expecting his side to get off the mark this weekend. In many ways Norwich have nothing to lose at the Emirates Stadium, and that could make them dangerous opponents for Arsenal.
Arteta will have to make do without Granit Xhaka and Mohamed Elneny for the visit of the Canaries. Ben White, Eddie Nketiah and Thomas Partey are available again, but Emile Smith Rowe, Sead Kolasinac and Takehiro Tomiyasu will undergo late fitness tests.
Norwich will be unable to call upon the services of Sam Byram, Josh Sargent, Christoph Zimmerman and Dimitris Giannoulis. Kenny McLean, Przemyslaw Placheta, Bali Mumba and Christos Tzolis will need to be assessed before kick-off.
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