Arsenal v Wolverhampton Wanderers Match preview
Wolverhampton Wanderers travel to Emirates Stadium on Sunday ahead of the match against Arsenal, in matchday 10 of the Premier League.
The hosts are currently sitting in 12th place in the table standings having registered a barren draw against Leeds United last time out, while the visitors are in 9th after their 1-1 draw against Southampton.
The last time Wolves won away in the league was 2 games ago against Leeds United; on the other hand, last time Arsenal lost a home league game was 1 match ago against Aston Villa
- Arsenal has featured in nine EPL matches this season, won four times, drawn once and lost four times.
- The Gunners have registered four clean-sheets in their last six matches in all competition.
- Wolverhampton has registered four clean-sheets out of nine EPL matches this season.
- Wolves have featured in nine EPL matches this season winning four times, drawn twice and lost thrice.
- Arsenal has won thrice in the last five home matches in all competition this season.
- Wolverhampton have won twice out of four away EPL matches this season.
Arsenal v Wolverhampton Wanderers Head to Head
The previous encounter between these teams the match ended 2-0 in favor of Arsenal. Wolves won 3-1 against Gunners in 2019 since the year 2003 when they started their meetings.
Arsenal Team News
The Gunners will be missing the services of Nicolas Pepe who is out serving his suspension after he was shown a red card against Leeds last week.
Calum Chambers, Thomas Partey, Pablo Mari and Gabriel Martinelli also sidelined with injuries, while Mohamed Elneny and Sead Kolasinac tested positive for COVID-19 during the international break and are not likely to feature.
Reiss Nelson and Alexandre Lacazette are likely to come into the side that started the barren draw at Leeds, dependent on Willian and Saka’s fitness.
David Luiz, Willian and Bukayo Saka will all be tested for fitness prior to Sunday’s encounter.
Wolverhampton Wanderers Team News
Wolves receive a boost for Conor Coady is expected to return to first XI, he missed the match against Southampton due to COVID-19 protocols.
Romain Saiss has tested positive for COVID-19 and is left out for the clash, while Jonny remains sidelined nursing knee injury.
Arsenal v Wolverhampton Wanderers Prediction
Arsenal cancelled a disappointing 0-0 draw with Leeds following a 3-0 avenge over Molde on Thursday night.
Gunners are aiming to transfer the same winning spirit to domestic duties having won only one of their last five league outings.
Pedro Neto’s goal rescued a point for Wolves against Southampton on Monday night.
They’ve been inconsistent on campaign in the Premier League this season, winning two and losing two of four outings.
The both teams are struggling for form in the league this season and a point on Sunday’s matchup will be enough for the both contestants.
Goals – Under 2.5
These two teams have occasionally produced less than three goals in their previous encounter; therefore chances of scoring less than three goals are likely to be on the scoresheet.
We expect few goals to be produced in this match therefore under 2.5 markets ascertained by our pundits
Betway are backing the goals with 1.61 while 1XBet is placing odds at 1.67.
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