Can Arsenal manage to keep Manchester United aside and confirm their position at the top four when the Premier League season ends? Or can they also topple Manchester City to come third in the league this season? These are questions that need answers and even Arsene Wenger knows that only good performances in their last three games can achieve one of these targets or possibly, both.
The Gunners take on Norwich in their third-last domestic game of the season on Saturday at the Emirates Stadium in North London. Wenger's side are currently fourth in the table, level on points with the third-place Man City, who are on 64 points, but have a far better goal difference.
Wenger knows that it is nothing but a win that will only help their cause at the moment. "I believe that we have been remarkably consistent. Our fans have been frustrated and disappointed because they thought we would win the league this season and we didn't. So are we as well," the Frenchman told the Guardian ahead of the game.
"But that doesn't mean we have to throw everything away as well. It's a human quality to fight and to get as far as you can but also to accept that if another team is better."
Arsenal have won just once in their previous four EPL fixtures, with the rest of three resulting in draws, thus leading to the frustration of the fans. A positive news for the Gunners is that the likes of Santi Cazorla, Tomas Rosicky and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain have recovered from their injuries, but it needs to be seen whether Wenger makes them feature against Norwich.
The Canaries, meanwhile, are battling not to get relegated from the EPL this season. They are currently on the 18th spot -- level on points with Sunderland, placed 17th. Norwich, therefore, need a good result so that they can see themselves playing in the Premier League next season as well.
"The bottom line is we have to go there [Emirates] with the intention of bringing something back - be it three points, which would be great, or a point," Norwich coach Alex Neil was quoted as saying by the BBC. "We've shown this season we can go to big places and perform well. We've got a lot to fall back on performance-wise, we know what we've got to do."
Where to watch live
Arsenal vs Norwich is scheduled to kick off at 5:30 p.m. BST (10 p.m. IST, 12:30 p.m. EST) on April 30.
The live scores can be found on the Premier League match centre.