Despite drawing a blank last time out the Arsenal midfielder still holds the key for the Arsenal attack heading into round 33 and once again he is in our thoughts for the impending fixture week.
Injuries to both Theo Walcott and Jack Wilshere have seen the Arsenal midfield forced to make a bit of a reshuffle but to Cazorla’s credit he hasn’t let this effect his game in fact some will argue it has enhanced it.
While both Walcott and Wilshere have an outside chance of making this weekend’s game, it seems unlikely that either will be risked if they are not 100% especially given the pairs propensity to injury in recent times.
Cazorla has been in a rich vein of form in recent week’s at the Emirates and we are looking to him once again to continue to produce the goods infront of the Gunners faithful.
The Spanish midfielder has picked up four goals and an assist in his last five home games and with Norwich set to come to town this weekend he could be about to add to that tally.
Norwich make the trip to the Emirates with only two clean sheets on the road this season under their belt and having conceded six goals in their last three away games they could find themselves hard pressed to keep the Gunners out.