FT: Norwich 1 Arsenal 0

Full time. That's it! Norwich have their first win of the season and are out of the bottom three.

Last chance for Arsenal but Cazorla's shot is over the bar from way out.

Giroud knocks the ball down to Gnabry but there is no conviction behind the shot and it balloons over.

Bennett on for Hoolahan.

Morison and Santos clashing in the corner as the Norwich forward attempts to hold the ball up.

There will be five minutes of added time.

Morison on for Holt.

Gnabry plays a clever ball through to Gervinho but Bassong is there with the challenge to deny the Arsenal man.

Delay as Tettey is down injured.

Arsenal still probing. Arteta blasts a left-footed shot at Ruddy but the Norwich keeper succeeds where Mannone fails and holds the ball.

Gnabry straight into the action. Helps the ball forward to Giroud. The ball sits up nicely for the striker and he has the chance to volley but misses the ball and it bounces up against his body. Embarrassing. Gnabry has the chance to make amends for his team-mate but shoots wide moments later.

Ramsey off to be replaced by Gnabry. No Wilshere today.

Vermaelen in action at the other end. Heading over Cazorla's corner.

Vermaelen slips! It allows Holt a clear run at goal but again his lack of pace is a problem. He is forced slightly wide as Mertesacker comes across on the cover and then the striker attempts to dink the ball over Mannone, getting it all wrong and chipping it into the keeper's hands.

Snodgrass on for Bennett.

Gervinho and Cazorla still looking busy but Norwich remain more of a threat on the counter than Arsenal are with their patient build-up.

Pilkington whips a dangerous ball in but Arsenal manage to clear.

Vermaelen with a foul on Bennett and this gives Norwich the chance to cross from a good area.

Excellent tackle from Tettey to win the ball back for Norwich. They break through Bennett but a misunderstanding between him and Hoolahan sees the attack break down when they had a three-on-three situation.

Oxlade-Chamberlain replaced by Arshavin. The youngster never recovered from a heavy challenge from Bassong within seconds of coming on.

Holt robs Mertesacker and runs through on goal but he's not the quickest. He has to check back and then shoots wide.

Cazorla takes the free-kick but Ruddy is equal to it and catches comfortably.

Turner booked for an unpleasant foul on Giroud. Needlessly went through the back of the striker.

Bassong now raiding down the left but it comes to nothing. A surprise run from the defender. Meanwhile, Oxlade-Chamberlain looks to have run off that knock.

Gervinho has switched to the left following the arrival of Oxlade-Chamberlain and he wins a corner. But the delivery from Cazorla is poor and Norwich clear.

Instant impact from the young winger as he skins Garrido and wins a throw-in high up the field. He's now limping though and looks to be injured.

Oxlade-Chamberlain on for Podolski.

Arteta finds the head of Giroud with an angled bar and he squares the ball for Gervinho to head the ball towards goal but Ruddy catches.

Holt booked for dissent.

Cazorla does brilliantly to find Gervinho but Garrido tackles the Cameroon man to dispossess him. Arsenal could do with making a substitution.

Johnson shoots over the bar from distance.

Storming run from Holt and it needs a last-ditch challenge from Jenkinson on Pilkington to prevent a clear shot on goal.

Hoolahan now loses the ball but works hard to win it back and is fouled by Jenkinson. It's a struggle for Arsenal at the moment.

Chances are falling to Norwich at the moment. Hoolahan has the chance to put in Holt but they aren't quite on the same wavelength and the big striker makes a different run so the pass goes behind him.

Johnson threads the ball through to Hoolahan but the offside flag goes up. Hoolahan is then booked for passing the ball into the net. A little harsh.

Arteta outsmarts Tettey in the middle but the Norwegian is back to win the ball off the Arsenal man moments later. Norwich working so hard.

Excellent play from Arteta to find Gervinho on the right. He passes to Jenkinson on the overlap and when the cross comes in Ruddy can only parry as far as Giroud. But the France striker cannot connect properly as he swivels to shoot.

Tettey has been a key figure for the home side. Now he helps work the ball out to Garrido on the left and when he crosses, Holt is nearly on the end of it.

Tettey threads the ball through to Holt on the right but his floated cross is cleared.

Good pressing from Norwich as Jenkinson is forced to go back to Mannone. Ramsey had been well placed with the ball at his feet on the edge of the opposition area just moments earlier.

Similar pattern. Arsenal on the ball but when they attempt to find Giroud the pass is not on and runs through to Ruddy.

Arsenal kick-off and the second half is underway.

Half time. Norwich deservedly lead. They have worked so hard and got their reward through Holt's goal. Turner could have added to it and Arsenal have not really looked like finding a way through. Could Wenger bring on Wilshere?

Good chance for Norwich on the break as they have four on three but Holt cannot beat Arteta with the cross.

Cazorla takes the corner but Ruddy claims.

Gervinho does beat his man on the flank and gets to the byline inside the area but Turner is across to put the ball out for a throw.

Arsenal desperately trying to make something happen but Norwich have men behind the ball and there's no way through. Relying on Jenkinson crosses at the moment and they have not been good.

Pilkington looks to have got the better of Jenkinson but the referee pulls it back for a high foot by the winger.

This time Podolski is onside but Ruddy is off his line to clear.

Gervinho tries to put Podolski through on the break but he is just offside.

Vermaelen climbs all over Holt and a free-kick is given. Nothing comes of it though.

Arteta's delivery finds Gervinho in space at the back post but he gets it all wrong and miskicks wide.

Arsenal struggling to find a way through. So Cazorla beats two men before being dragged back and the referee awards a free-kick.

Pilkington crosses left-footed from the right and finds the head of Turner who connects well but puts it wide. Great chance to double the lead.

Martin breaks down the right and wins a corner at the other end.

Gervinho wins a corner and then takes it quickly but is ruled offside when he takes the return pass.

Arteta swings cross in that finds the head of Giroud but there is no power behind it and Ruddy collects.

Giroud does well down the right to win a corner.

Podolski concedes a foul on the edge of his own box but Garrido attempts to take it quickly and simply gives the ball away. Arsenal break but Giroud is ruled offside as he gets through one-on-one. Ruddy saved it anyway.

Jenkinson has the chance to cross but again the ball finds Ruddy.

Ruddy comes to claim a cross and takes it to relieve a brief spell of Arsenal pressure. Then at the other end Hoolahan slides a pass through to Holt in the right channel and Mannone comes way out of his goal to confront the forward. Holt's centre cannot find a yellow shirt and Arsenal get away with it.

As Arsenal break, Cazorla is fouled by Johnson and receives a deserved yellow card.

Garrido gets to the byline but Mertesacker is there to clear.

More remarkable pressing from Norwich. All the urgency is coming from the home team right now.

Tettey attempted an ambitious long-range drive and really caught it. Mannone was right behind it but there was deviation in the air and it was too hot for the Arsenal keeper to hold it. Holt was quickest to react and pounced to slot home.

Goal! Grant Holt for Norwich!

Frustration at the other end too as Johnson knocks an aimless ball down the line for someone to chase but Holt had come short for a pass.

Arsenal still passing the ball but they're making Giroud wait for the final ball. Nothing in behind Norwich at this stage.

Pilkington nearly catches out Jenkinson who was dallying under a Ruddy long ball but his touch is too strong and out for a goal kick.

Lovely first touch from Cazorla but then he overhits the pass to Podolski.

Excellent pressing from the home side as Arsenal try to pass the ball around the back but eventually Holt lunges in at Vermaelen and a foul is given.

Holt fouled by Jenkinson on the halfway line as the Canaries attempt to break.

Norwich backing off as Arteta probes for a pass. Vermaelen finally slides a ball forward to Giroud but the forward loses out in the channel.

Not much goalmouth action in the early stages. Arsenal keeping the ball well and Norwich looking to get the ball wide.

Arteta tries to play Gervinho in down the right but he is ruled offside.

Long spell of possession from Arsenal as they try to take the sting out of Norwich's high tempo start.

This time Podolski does get his shot away after some good build-up play from Arsenal but his effort flashes just wide with Ruddy beaten.

Poor clearance from Ruddy and Gervinho looks to have put Podolski through but Martin is there to nick it off his toe and concede a corner.

Pilkington shoots right-footed from distance but it's just wide of the post.

Norwich have made a positive start to the game, getting Pilkington and Bennett on the ball and playing at a high tempo.

Anyway, thanks for your feedback. The players are out and we'll be underway in a moment.

Jack Wilshere on the bench for Arsenal and that's good news for football fans everywhere.

Gabriel: "The passing quality and exquisite movement from out wide and in the attacking midfield areas in this Arsenal team would be too much for most sides to handle, not least of all Norwich who look more than vulnerable at the back and are still searching for their first win. I can only see a comprehensive Arsenal victory, 0-4."

Joe says: "I am a lifelong NCFC supporter and season ticket holder at Carrow Road, Unfortunately I can't make it today due to work......I think on our current run of form I think we will play well and I would like to see us put up a fight, but I can see the Gunners easily scoring 4 goals today I hate saying it but I think they will. I would like to see Holt or Hoolahan pop up with a goal or two though. Score prediction 2-4 to Arsenal."

Norwich: Ruddy, Russell Martin, Turner, Bassong, Garrido, Elliott Bennett, Johnson, Hoolahan, Tettey, Pilkington, Holt. Subs: Rudd, Snodgrass, Howson, Jackson, Surman, Morison, Ryan Bennett.

Arsenal: Mannone, Jenkinson, Mertesacker, Vermaelen, Andre Santos, Ramsey, Arteta, Cazorla, Gervinho, Giroud, Podolski. Subs: Martinez, Wilshere, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Djourou, Coquelin, Arshavin, Gnabry.

The teams are in and will be up shortly.

They won't want to see Steve Morison in the team though. He scored in both games against Wenger's side last season.

But most of them have been for the Gunners. Arsenal have won five and lost none of their last 11 games against Norwich in all competitions.

There have been a total of 25 goals scored in the last five Premier League meetings between these two sides so it should be a good one.

If you have any thoughts and predictions ahead of the game, feel free to get in touch by email at adam.bate@bskyb.com or on Twitter @GhostGoal.

Our friends at Sky Bet make Arsenal 1/2 favourites with Norwich 5/1 underdogs. The draw is available at 17/5.

Arsene Wenger has identified October as the moment of truth for his players and is targeting maximum points if his team are to enjoy a successful campaign.

The Canaries are still looking for their first win since winning promotion back to the top flight but will have their work cut out against the Gunners.

Welcome to live commentary of the Premier League game between Norwich and Arsenal at Carrow Road.

Kick-off is 1730

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