Despite playing four matches in all competitions now, the Gunners are yet to play Premier League football at the Emirates since Project Restart.
However, Arteta feels the last couple of weeks have helped his players familiarise themselves when they return to an empty Emirates.
“We had two friendlies at home before we started the Premier League and it was a really strange feeling but hopefully they [the players] are used to it now.
“We know what we expect, we’ve done all the protocols to make sure the players know exactly what they have to do and hopefully they can enjoy playing at Emirates Stadium again tomorrow.”
Arteta also spoke about the concern for fitness and injuries during Project Restart too.
He added: “We just try to make the most out of it. It’s been a great learning process as well for myself and the staff about the situation and the context that we are in.
“A lot of unexpected things have happened since I joined [and] we try to resolve the situations in the best possible way to help the players and the club to keep going in the right direction.
“Some things we cannot control and the ones we can control, we just try to make as many good decisions as possible.”
Arsenal will be playing their first match at home since Project Restart and searching for their first Premier League win too since lockdown.
Norwich City sit bottom of the table and six points from safety.
When & where?
The game will take place at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday (July 1).
The match will kick-off at 6pm.
Is it on TV?
Yes. You can watch the game live on BT Sport 1 with coverage starting from 5:30pm.
What is your prediction?
Jermaine Jenas and Sam Quek have had their say on the match with footie5.
Both sides have back Arsenal to win 3-1 and 2-1 respectively.
Jermaine said: “I did see some positives from Norwich against Man U but with problems at centre back I can only see another loss.”
Sam said: “I appreciate the way Norwich are trying to play in the Premier League, but it just isn’t working Arsenal will grab a much-needed win.”
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David Luiz (knee), Mesut Ozil (back) and Lucas Torreira (ankle) will be facing fitness tests.
Cedric Soares (nose) will be pushing for a debut while Pablo Mari, Bernd Leno, Gabriel Martinelli and Calum Chambers (all knee) are long-term absentees.
Struggling Norwich will give fitness tests to Lukas Rupp (hip), Max Aarons (calf) and Adam Idah (quad) ahead of the game.