Apr 13, 2013 at 3pm UK at ​Emirates Stadium
Arsenal
3-1
NorwichNorwich City
Arteta (85' pen.), Giroud (88'), Podolski (90')
Sagna (34')
FT(HT: 0-0)
Turner (56')
Bunn (83'), Snodgrass (90')

Chris Hughton targets positive result at Arsenal

Norwich manager Chris Hughton before his side's match against Sunderland on March 17, 2013
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Chris Hughton says that Norwich City will go to Arsenal this weekend trying to win the match.

Norwich City manager Chris Hughton has insisted that his side will attempt to collect a positive result from their trip to Arsenal this Saturday.

The Canaries have six matches left this season, three of which are at Carrow Road. With that in mind, some pundits have suggested that Hughton's side would give more attention to their home encounters in their bid to secure their Premier League status for another campaign.

However, Hughton has rubbished those suggestions by claiming that his players are eager to win at the Emirates Stadium.

"The most important one is the Arsenal game – that's the next one. Of course we've got to go to Arsenal and look to get something there, as we will do in all of these last six games," the Eastern Daily Press quotes him as saying.

"The fact we are playing the teams around us has a different bearing on it because any points we get are points they don't get. But it's going to be over these six games, three at home and three away, and our approach to the away games has to be exactly the same as the home games and must give us the opportunity to get something."

Hughton's team have won just one of their last six league matches.

Norwich manager Chris Hughton before his side's match against Sunderland on March 17, 2013
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