It has been a disappointing start to the season for Arsenal but they will be hoping to earn their first victory of the campaign when they host Norwich City on Saturday.
The two sides meet in a crunch clash at the Emirates Stadium, as the Gunners currently sit at the bottom of the table and Norwich just one place above them.
Both have, however, faced a tricky opening three matches, with Arsenal taking on Brentford, Chelsea and Manchester City, whilst the Canaries were up against three of last campaign’s top five.
A win for either team will no doubt give them confidence moving forward, but Daniel Farke’s visitors are looking to break an unwanted omen.
According to @Orbinho on Twitter, the Canaries are currently on a 23-match winless run away in London in the top flight, with their last success coming in a 2-1 victory over Tottenham Hotspur in April 2012.
Arsenal thrashed Norwich 4-0 in their most previous outing last year and have boasted a positive record against the Norfolk side and are unbeaten in the last eight meetings.
But some Gunners supporters aren’t confident ahead of the game and have been giving their reaction to that Norwich stat which they will want to break.
Here’s what some had to say:
@RunnerGunner86 : Another record Arteta is about to change.
@MarvusMedia : Whenever I see a stat like this, my heart sinks.
@randy_mclovin74 : I’m sure we can help fix that little problem.
@dongaffy : Since Arteta’s breaking all records, maybe this time they will get one over us.
@nilesh_fbs : See them win the first one on Saturday against Arsenal.
@_amzo_ : Oh you couldn’t write it. You absolutely couldnt write it, the script is ready and the stage is set. Saturday 11th September at the Emirates Stadium.
@BornInRednWhite : Ooh, look! Another shiny record for Arsenal to break.
In actual fact, Norwich’s last victory at Arsenal came all the way back in 1992, a 4-2 success in the maiden Premier League campaign.
Arsenal have won their last seven home matches against the Canaries and will be hoping to continue that streak in an important game this weekend.