Arsenal are 1/2 chances with GunnersGaming to beat Norwich at Carrow Road this weekend, and The Football Predictor says they have a 76 per cent chance of coming away with all three points.

The Predictor reveals Gunners have won 55 per cent of their last 20 games on the road. The Canaries have have lost 30 per cent of their games at home in the same period, failing to score in 20 per cent of those.

Arsenal have started the season well and come into the game in seventh place, having comprehensively beaten West Ham 3-1 in their last game.

Norwich, on the other hand, have not yet won this season, and find themselves in 19th position in the Premier League.

So where are the goals going to come from?

Well, in their last 20 away games, 44 per cent of the 36 goals scored by Arsenal have been netted by forwards. Midfielders have netted 36 per cent, with defenders contributing 19 per cent.

GunnersGaming make striker Olivier Giroud favourite at 9/2 to bag the opener, while midfielder Santi Cazorla is a 7/1 chance and defender Laurent Koscielny - who has scored 3 away goals in 2012 - can be backed at 24/1.

The Predictor reveals that Norwich's last 20 home games have averaged 3.2 goals, with Arsenal's average over the same amount of away games standing at 2.9 goals.

This suggests that over 2.5 goals is well worth considering at the 3/5 on offer with GunnersGaming.

Arsenal have failed to keep the opposition out in 14 of their last 20 away games, though they did win the corresponding fixture 2-1 last season. A repeat of that scoreline is priced up at 36/5.

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