It’s been a decent week for the Gunners following back-to-back defeats after the restart.
A 2-0 win over Southampton was followed up by beating Sheffield United three days later – a result which has set up an FA Cup semi-final against Manchester City later this month.
With the games coming thick and fast, the question on many Arsenal supporters’ minds has been how many changes would Arteta make for the visit of the Canaries.
Well, the answer is four.
It would appear that Arteta is sticking with a 3-4-3 system with Shkodran Mustafi partnering David Luiz and Sead Kolasinac in central defence.
Two of the changes come in midfield as Hector Bellerin replaces Ainsley Maitland-Niles at right-wing back and Dani Ceballos – the match-winner against the Blades – comes in for Joe Willock.
The other two alterations from last time out are in attack as Reiss Nelson and captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang start in place of Nicolas Pepe and Bukayo Saka.
Arsenal XI: Martinez; Mustafi, Luiz, Kolasinac; Bellerin, Ceballos, Xhaka, Tierney; Nelson, Lacazette, Aubameyang
Most of the reaction from Arsenal supporters on social media has centred around the inclusion of Bellerin over Maitland-Niles – and many can’t believe Arteta has made this decision.
Take a look at some of the best responses on Twitter…
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“After winning [the mood is] always much more positive and happy. We had a really difficult start in terms of the fixtures, playing four games away from home.
“It was always going to be a challenge, happy to win the last ones and obviously the mood around the camp is much better.”