Norwich City take on Arsenal in a 5.30pm kick-off this Saturday evening knowing that it’s all about points, rather than performances, from now until the end of the season.

Having lost to Sunderland two weeks ago, Norwich missed a golden opportunity to all but guarantee survival and have now slipped into the bottom three on goal difference after the Black Cats draw with Arsenal last weekend.

With Newcastle right on the Canaries tail, just one point behind having played a game more, it is very much a three-horse race for the one remaining survival place. If Norwich are to survive, they must spring a few surprises with a very testing fixture list to come with the likes of Manchester United, Watford and Everton following this weekend’s match.

Norwich must head to the Emirates with no fear, similar to the attitude showed in what feels like a lifetime ago against Manchester United at Old Trafford in a game where they defied the odds and won 2-1.

Here’s five things that you should look out for.

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