Ljungberg has a good chance to get his new Arsenal side up and running in his first few games in charge, as the Norwich game will be followed by tests against relegation-threatened Brighton at the Emirates, before a trip to West Ham - who have blown hot and cold this season. Let us know your prediction in the comment section below.
Many people feel it will be really hard for the interim coach to get things going within such a short span of time but according to Michael Owen, the Gunners should see this through at Carrow Road.
"It's a very complicated job, I realise that", he said. That's who I am.
Ljungberg also prefers to play out from the back, as Emery also did, but he also prefers his teams to press high up the pitch, the way most modern, successful sides do these days.
Ljungberg has revealed no timescale has been set for his spell in temporary charge and played down any immediate designs on taking the reins permanently.
The Gunners sacked Unai Emery on Friday after a run of seven games without a win in all competitions. "They just said concentrate on your next game do as well as you can", he said. I want to do as well as I can for this fantastic club and that's what I feel today. "For me, I will just concentrate on those players, we have a game [on Sunday] and I will try to do the best I can. That's what I'm focusing on and then we'll see in the future".
The Gabon goal-getter has scored 40 goals in 62 Premier League appearances for the Gunners and I like the look of the 4/5 (UniBet) on offer for Aubameyang to score anytime against Farke's fragile defence.
"Yes, of course. I think I get involved in the game".
"There was a bit of a unusual [atmosphere]. the players have had a coach for a long time, a good coach, and other coaching staff who have disappeared", the former Sweden global, who had a short spell as assistant boss at Wolfsburg in 2017, said.