Arsenal vs Wolves: Live info, Preview & Prediction

 Arsenal have lost back-to-back Premier League games at the Emirates and we expect a tense battle against Wolves on Sunday night.

The Gunners escaped with a draw at Leeds last weekend and are left with just one win from their last 5 league games.

Their youngsters put on a show in Molde on Thursday night and finally came out comfortable winners by a 3-0 margin, but things will be different when they return for the Premier League clash.

His last 2 games at the Emirates ended in defeat to Leicester and Aston Villa and things are about to get tough with a variety of senior players injured.

Wolves, on the other hand, have yet to reach their normal form, but lost only 1 of their 6 games. They don't have to deal with the European game and they have the luxury of having fitter players in this battle.

Team news

Willian, Thomas Partey, Bukayo Saka, Elneny, Kolasinac and Sokratis are the key players missing for Arteta with injuries.

Meanwhile, Nicolas Pepe, the hero of Thursday night's victory in Norway, will miss this match through suspension.

Nuno EspĂ­rito Santo has a fully fit team at his disposal with the exception of defenders Conor Coady and Jonny.

Arsenal vs Wolves Head to Head

The Gunners have dominated their h2h battles as they won 6 of the last 10 Premier League battles, drew 3 and lost just once.

It's also worth noting that Arsenal tied the last three h2h at this venue at the exact score of 1-1ft, having won 5 on the rebound before that.

There have been less than 2.5 goals scored in 6 straight games between the two at this venue.

Arsenal vs Wolves Prediction 

As we mentioned at the beginning, there is every chance of an extremely tight clash and the full-time result could go either way, and indeed could be a strange goal, if the teams split up at the final whistle.

Speaking of goals, Arsenal and Wolves have struggled to score this season and both are averaging the same 1 goal per game. So the under 2.5 goals priced at odd 1.60 make it the best bet for this English Premier League clash.

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