Arsenal will travel to Carrow Road to take on Norwich City in an English Premier League (EPL) fixture on Sunday. 

The Gunners will be eyeing the second position in the EPL 2015-2016 points table. Arsenal came back strongly after meeting with an odd defeat at the Hawthorns against West Bromwich Albion in the last weekend. Arsene Wenger and his boys beat Dinamo Zagreb 3-0 in the UEFA Champions League's midweek fixture. 

If Arsenal would have won that game against West Bromwich Albion last weekend, they could have climbed up to the top spot in the EPL points table. Nonetheless, Wenger will be looking for nothing but a win against Norwich at the Carrow Road on Sunday.

"We trust the way we play. We have a desire to play our game and we find good offensive talent with defensive efficiency. [Against] West Brom it is true we had a bad result but it was very unfortunate to lose this game, [and] we have shown that with a good and quick response on Tuesday night," Gunners gaffer Arsene Wenger said at the pre-match press conference. 

Arsenal have had a good run away from the Emirates. In fact, no other team have collected so many points from their away games like the Gunners. Three points from this will be absolutely crucial as it will help them to go ahead of Manchester United and a point behind the surprise league leaders Leicester City. 

Meanwhile, Norwich City have lost five out of their last six games and that has left them in a spot of bother in the English Premier League. They are just three points clear from the drop zone and it will be an uphill task for Alex Neil and his boys when they will be hosting Arsenal on Sunday at The Carrow Road. 

"If we can put Arsenal on the back foot, then hopefully that can lift the crowd and that can then spur the players on. We're the home side and we need to make that we go and apply ourselves as well as we can to try and take something from the game," Canaries head coach Alex Neil told the reporters on Saturday. 

The Canaries have no such injury concerns but The Gunners are facing deja vu yet again as injuries have hurt them a lot in this ongoing season. Jack Wilshere, Tomas Rosicky, Danny Welbeck, Mikel Arteta, Theo Walcott and Francis Coquelin are all injured and sidelined for the encounter against Norwich City on Sunday. Wenger can still afford to sit back and relax as Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil have been in superb form. 

Expected lineups: 

Norwich City: Ruddy; Martin, Bennett, Bassong, Olsson; Howson, Mulumbu, O'Neil, Redmond, Brady; Mbokani.

Arsenal: Cech; Monreal, Koscielny, Mertesacker, Bellerin; Sanchez, Cazorla, Flamini, Ozil, Campbell; Giroud.

Where to Watch Live

Norwich City vs Arsenal is scheduled for a 5:15 pm local time (9:45 pm IST, 11:15 am ET) start. Star Sports 2 and Star Sports HD2 will show the match live in India, while the online live streaming options are on and Hotstar.

Audience in UK can watch Norwich City vs Arsenal live on Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports HD 1. The live streaming option will be available on Sky Go UK and Arsenal Player.

 Australia viewers can watch the EPL game live on Fox Sports 2, while the online live streaming options are on Fox Sports On Demand and Foxtel Play.

Watch the EPL game live in the US on NBC Sports Network, with the live stream option on NBC Sports Live Extra.

Audience in Canada can watch Norwich City vs Arsenal live on Sportsnet World and live streaming of the encounter will be available on Sportsnet World Online

Audience in the Middle East and North Africa will be able to watch the EPL match live on Bein Sports Arabia 11 HD, with the live streaming option on Bein Sports Connect.