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Liverpool Legend Predicts Norwich City vs Arsenal Game

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Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson has predicted the upcoming Premier League clash between league newcomers Norwich City and Arsenal.

The Liverpool legend made his prediction for the game billed for Carrow Road on Sunday evening on BBC Sports via his match prediction column.

According to him, the game will end in a score draw as Arsenal start without Unai Emery who was sacked as the Gunners manager some days ago.

Liverpool legend Mark Lawrenson said the Norwich City vs Arsenal game will end in a 1-1 draw.

That result will continue the poor run by the North London giants in recent games.

Arsenal are yet to win any of their last seven games in all competitions and that led to the dismissal of Spanish manager Unai Emery.

The Spaniard spent just 18 months in the Arsenal job having replaced legendary manager Arsene Wenger last summer.

He led the Gunners to a disappointing fifth place at the end of last season’s Premier League campaign.

Unai Emery thereafter masterminded the Europa League final loss to London rivals Chelsea.

Arsenal were beaten 4-1 by Chelsea who were able to secure their first Europa League title in seven years.

Freddie Ljungberg will take charge of the Norwich City game in the absence of Unai Emery.

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