LionsBet Preview: Arsenal – Norwich City: Expect the Gunners to progress to the quarterfinals

The North London outfit have been doing well in cup competitions this term and will hope to overcome the Canaries

Arsenal lock horns with Norwich City at the Emirates Stadium in the fourth round of the English Football League Cup on Tuesday night.

The Gunners made it to this stage having seen off Doncaster Rovers 1-0 in the previous round. The North London outfit also came off the back of a 4-2 win over Everton at Goodison Park at the weekend and have been quoted as favourites for this one with LionsBet at (1.25).

The Canaries went past Brentford 3-1 at Griffin Park in the third round and also triumphed in the last Championship game away to Ipswich Town. The EFL Cup has been known for a lot of big upsets and Norwich have been offered at (8.50) to do that here.

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The same firm offers odds of (3.85) for the game to end in a stalemate after 90 minutes.

Arsenal are unbeaten in their last eight outings with Norwich, including three wins in the last four games at the Emirates. Even though Arsene Wenger is expected to field a fringe side, his side still remain favourites to either win or draw at (1.05).

These two sides have met in the League Cup three times with the Gunners progressing in two of them. Punters can back the gunners at odds of (1.10) with a high level of certainty that they will make it to the quarterfinals.

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Daniel Farke’s men will try to frustrate their opponents as much as possible. To that effect, not many goals will be expected since it won’t be the strongest Arsenal squad available that will take to the field. Less than three goals is priced at (1.95).

Olivier Giroud has been played regularly in cup competitions and fresh from his FIFA Puskas Award for best goal of the year, the Frenchman is tipped by LionsBet to score first at (2.90) and (1.30) anytime in the match.

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