Mikel Arteta’s position as manager is under increasing threat, with the Spaniard reportedly given four more Premier League games to save his job.
The visit of the Canaries should be just what Arteta’s men need to get their season back on course after a difficult start.
“Let’s judge the team when they play together,” said Arsenal’s technical director Edu this week.
With all of Arteta’s six new signings at a cost of £150 million ($207 million) now available and the return of Thomas Partey from injury, the time for excuses is running out.
Saturday (1400 GMT unless stated)
Crystal Palace v Tottenham (1130),
Arsenal v Norwich,
Brentford v Brighton,
Leicester v Manchester City,
Manchester United v Newcastle,
Southampton v West Ham,
Watford v Wolves,
Chelsea v Aston Villa (1630)
Leeds v Liverpool (1530)
Everton v Burnley (1900)