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ARSENAL return to the Emirates for the first time since the Premier League returned as they welcome Norwich tonight.

Despite victory last time out in the league against Southampton, Mikel Arteta's side are nine points adrift of the European places and dropping points tonight against Norwich would likely see the end of their challenge.

  • Live score: Arsenal 1-0 Norwich (Aubameyang 33')
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  • Arsenal XI: Martinez, Mustafi, David Luiz, Kolasinac, Bellerin, Xhaka, Ceballos, Tierney, Nelson, Lacazette, Aubameyang.
  • Norwich XI: Krul, Aarons, Godfrey, Tettey, Lewis, Trybull, McLean, Rupp, Buendia, Cantwell, Pukki.

Follow all the action and drama from North London below…

  • GOAL!!! IT'S AUBAMEYANG!!!

  • ARSENAL 0 NORWICH 0

    32' Chance for Lacazette!

    Great play from Reiss Nelson after receiving a short corner.

    The youngster bamboozles the defender before cutting a nice pass back to Lacazette.

    He scuffs his first-time effort, however, and the chance goes begging.

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    31' Ceballos is having lumps kicked out of him at the moment! This time it's Lukas Rupp who is deservedly booked.

    The Real Madrid loanee has the been the best player on the pitch so far.

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    30' David Luiz has a crack from range from a free-kick, but his swerving side-footed effort is reasonably comfy for Krul to gather.

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    29' Both sides have put in a full-blooded effort so far!

    But Arsenal are looking the far more likely and will be desperate to take the lead they so merit before the half-time break.

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    27' Todd Cantwell and Teemu Pukki are trying to make things happen, but look so isolated whenever they are getting on the ball.

    Dani Ceballos looked to break after Arsenal dispossessed the Norwich attacking pair, but was scythed down by Kenny McLean who is booked.

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    25' The Gunners' best chance so far fell to the right man, but Aubameyang's curled effort was saved by Krul!

    We are back underway after the mid-half drinks break.

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    23' Drinks break time!

    Other than that effort from Ben Gofrey giving them a scare, Arsenal are looking fairly comfortable today and likely to make that breakthrough.

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    22' Great chance for Lacazette.

    Ceballos is looking very much at his creative best so far today!

    He clips a glorious cross from deep to the far post, perfectly onto the head of the striker.

    The Frenchman's header lacks conviction, however, and is straight at Tim Krul.

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    20' What an effort from Ben Godrey!

    The Norwich defender has a crack from what must be at least 30 yards!

    He catches it absolutely beautifully and it has Martinez scampering across his goal.

    It strikes the post, however, and Arsenal breathe a huge sigh of relief!

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    19' Ceballos finds Reiss Nelson who stands the ball up towards the back post.

    Aubameyang gets his head to it but struggles to generate enough power and Krul can gather comfortably.

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    18' Arsenal are having a prolonged period of possession now, with Norwich struggling to get on the ball as they'd like to.

    A Gunners opening goal is beginning to feel like just a matter of time…

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    14' Arsenal's wing-backs have managed to get into some decent positions early on.

    Gunners boss Mikel Arteta will be cautiously optimistic after the way his side has started.

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    12' Half a chance!

    Arsenal take a quick free-kick to Bellerin, who delivers a nice cross for Lacazette.

    The Frenchman's first touch slightly get away from him on the edge of the six-yard box, and he is penalised for a foul as the chance ebbed away.

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    10' Chance!

    Some really nice, flowing Arsenal football finds Aubameyang on the left-hand side.

    The skipper cuts inside onto his right foot and unleashes a curling shot towards the far corner.

    Tim Krul is on hand to get a strong palm to the effort, however, and Norwich scramble clear.

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    8' Hector Bellerin is sprung through on goal by a glorious pass!

    He tries to square the ball rather than shoot, but his momentary hesitation allows Alexander Tettey to get back and end the danger.

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    6' Loose defensive header from David Luiz gives Norwich the chance to potentially spring Teemu Pukki in on goal.

    Lukas Rupp's through ball is loose, however, and Emiliano Martinez is on hand to mop up.

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    4' Norwich are looking to get on the ball, with Todd Cantwell knitting things together early on.

    They'll try and give as good as they get this evening.

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    2' Early excitement for the Gunners as Kieran Tierney bursts in behind.

    His cut-back is intercepted by compatriot Kenny McLean, however, and cleared to safety.

  • KICK-OFF!

    We're all set and Alexandre Lacazette gets things underway at the Emirates.

  • TEAMS OUT!

    The final preparations are done, the teams are out and we are nearly ready for action!

  • LAST CHANCE SALOON

    And here's how the bottom of the table looks pre-match, with time running out for Norwich to start picking up points.

  • RACE FOR EUROPE

    Here's how the Premier League's race for Europe looks, with eighth potentially offering a Europa League spot.

    Will Arsenal make it?

  • HOMECOMING

    Tonight sees Arsenal play at the Emirates for the first time since March 7, when they defeated West Ham United 1-0.

    Mikel Arteta will be desperate for a happy homecoming…

  • MATT-ER OF FACT

    Mikel Arteta has addressed the Ozil and Guendouzi omissions… and his brief response makes for bleak reading if you are a fan of the pair.

    He simply said: “The situation hasn't changed.”

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