Posted on April 28, 2016 by ADMIN

Can you Predict the Score for Arsenal v Norwich?

Arsenal face relegation-threatened Norwich City at the Emirates tomorrow as we continue our fight to remain in the Champions League places. The Canaries are fighting for their lives so it will certainly not be easy, but, on the bright side, Arsene Wenger will have a full squad available for selection for the first time this season, except Alex-Oxlade-Chamberlain who is not quite match fit.

But what will the score be tomorrow? If you can Predict the Score you can win an official Puma Arsenal Home Jersey, which this week is kindly donated by They are a dedicated betting site who actually tipped Arsenal to draw at Sunderland, and also Atletico to beat Munich on Wednesday. Take a look and see if they predict an Arsenal to win tomorrow!

So the rules also mean you have to name Arsenal’s first goalscorer as well, but we don’t even know who will be starting up front. Last week Wenger played Welbeck against West Brom and Giroud in the wasted 0-0 draw with Sunderland. Walcott played a bit but seems to be in a very bad place at the moment and can’t score for toffee. Sanchez has 6 in his last 7 games so surely he must be the favourite to get on the scoresheet again? I reckon Sanchez, Welbeck and Iwobi will be the forward line-up myself…

Anyway here are the rules, it’s quite simple and I’m sure many of you have entered before. So get predicting 1

The Rules…..
Entry is limited to one per registered user which you should enter in the comments section below like so:

A. The full time result
B. The first player to score for Arsenal
C. The timing in minutes of the first goal for either side

Please ONLY put predictions below and save your game comments for other posts 🙂

Good Luck Gooners!

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12 thoughts on “Can you Predict the Score for Arsenal v Norwich?

    1. Arsene pls resign


      Arsenal 3-0 & giroud to score HATRIC …then london praises him.. please send a statement to board and wenger by protesting. please boycot tomorrows match or bring banners.

  1. Kempinski

    Arsenal leading 2-0 by half time only to succumb to 2nd half pressure from Norwich. Game to finally end with a 2-2 draw. It’s all too predictable…plus who cares what the hell is gonna happen??? Relegation teams are no joke and it won’t be a walk in the park!

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