Former Manchester United striker Michael Owen is confident that Arsenal will ease to a comfortable victory over Norwich City in the Premier League on Saturday evening.
Arsenal head into the game looking to return to winning ways after their frustrating goalless draw at Sunderland last Sunday.
The gunners have fallen flat in the race for the title since the turn of the year and now need to make sure that they secure a top-four finish.
Arsenal currently sit fourth in the Premier table as they bid to qualify for next season’s Champions League.
And former Liverpool striker Owen is certain that Arsenal will secure an easy win over the Canaries in what will be Wenger’s 750th Premier League Game in charge of the Gunners.
Writing in his column for Bet Victor, Owen said:
“Arsene Wenger’s 750th Premier League Game in charge of Arsenal and he will always be remembered for the glory days he brought the club.“This season might go down as the title that got away from the Gunners in, ultimately, a disappointing campaign although I expect to see a home win to mark the Frenchman’s impressive landmark.”