Norwich City v Arsenal - Press Conference RECAP

Norwich City left back Jamal Lewis missed out against Everton with a knee issue Picture: Paul Cheste

Norwich City left back Jamal Lewis missed out against Everton with a knee issue Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Daniel Farke previewed Norwich City’s Premier League game against Arsenal - and we had all the key lines first from Colney.

The Canaries will look to carry on where they left off after a vital 2-0 Premier League away win at Everton ended a run of seven previous games with a victory.

Todd Cantwell started the week wearing a precautionary brace to protect a left ankle damaged towards the end of the Goodison Park success. Farke provided a positive update on the midfielder.

Jamal Lewis missed the game after failing to respond quickly enough to a course of injections in an on going knee issue, but is also in the mix for the Gunners.

Christoph Zimmermann played the entire match against the Toffees' on his long-awaited return from a foot injury, and Farke confirmed how the key centre back came through his first outing since August.


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Grant Hanley (groin) misses out again, as he looks to complete his recovery for the upcoming festive games. Timm Klose (knee) remains sidelined until 2020.

Josip Drmic (hamstring) is also expected to be out until January.

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- Recap the key lines in the window above with full reaction and build up to City's Premier League duel against Arsenal on Sunday throughout the day on pinkun.com

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