We are zooming in on Arsenal and Wolves, as the duo face each other at Emirates Stadium this coming Sunday in what surely will be an exciting Premier League clash.
Arsenal approach round 38 as number two in the Premier League table with 81 points on their account so far. With 37 rounds behind them, Wolves have amassed 41 points, placing them as number 13 in the standings.
We are bound to see an exciting game on Sunday as both Arsenal and Wolves are looking to add some much-needed points to their respective accounts.
Arsenal are confident they will be scoring goals in their next assignment in the Premier League, as they show off very admirable numbers from their past ten matches. The hosts scored 2.1 goals on average per match, or 21 goals in total, while allowing 18 goals against, for an average of 1.8 per outing. They managed one clean sheet along the way.
Wolves are currently decent goalscorers, as they managed a bearable 11 goals in the past ten outings for an average of 1.1 goals a game. Their opponents scored a total of 16 goals, and while Wolves claimed four clean sheets, they conceded an average of 1.6 goals per match.
Arsenal had a good reading on Wolves in their last two meetings, which they won by 2-1 and 2-0, respectively.
Arsenal vs Wolves Prediction
Arsenal have been a bit bleak in their last three matches, although it opened with a 0-2 victory against Newcastle. Unable to follow that up, they went down 0-3 against Brighton, before handing over all three points in a 1-0 defeat against Nottingham Forest. Arsenal won four of their last six Premier League matches on home soil, while drawing once and losing once. They conceded 11 and scored 17 goals.
In has been a bit of everything for Wolves in their previous three matches, as they first beat Aston Villa by 1-0. This was followed by a disappointing 2-0 defeat against Manchester United, before an encounter with Everton produced a 1-1 draw. Wolves are winless in their last six away games in the Premier League, in which they drew one and lost five. They conceded 15 goals while scoring three themselves.
Arsenal scored 46 goals and conceded 16 in their last 19 games against teams from the bottom half of the Premier League table. They collected 45 points and 14 victories. Wolves claimed one win and four points in their last 11 games against teams from the top six. They scored seven times in these matches, but also conceded 25 goals. Arsenal are looking at a record of 25 wins, six draws and six defeats in the Premier League this season. Wolves are looking at 11 wins, eight draws and 18 defeats in the Premier League.
Arsenal vs Wolves Stats
- In 15 of the last 17 Arsenal matches the sum of goals was over 2.5
- In the last 9 Arsenal home matches the sum of goals was over 2.5
- In 8 of the last 9 Arsenal home matches the sum of goals was over 3.5
- Arsenal have scored in 17 of the last 18 matches
- In 9 of the last 11 home matches Arsenal played, both teams scored
- Wolverhampton have conceded in the last 19 away matches in a row
- In 17 of the last 19 Wolverhampton matches the sum of goals was under 3.5
- Wolverhampton have not won 11 of the last 12 away matches
- Wolverhampton have lost 5 of the last 6 away matches while scoring less than 1.5 goals
- In 8 of the last 9 Wolverhampton away matches the sum of goals was under 3.5
Arsenal vs Wolves Squads
Arteta will select the starting XI for the upcoming match against Wolves from the following players (the statistics in the brackets represent goals scored and matches played in the Premier League this season):
Aaron Ramsdale (0/37), Matt Turner (0/0), Ben White (2/37), Gabriel (3/37), Jakub Kiwior (0/6), Kieran Tierney (0/26), Oleksandr Zinchenko (1/27), Rob Holding (1/14), Takehiro Tomiyasu (0/21), William Saliba (2/27), Bukayo Saka (13/37), Emile Smith Rowe (0/11), Fabio Vieira (1/21), Granit Xhaka (5/36), Jorginho (2/31), Martin Oedegaard (15/36), Mohamed Elneny (0/5), Thomas Partey (3/32), Edward Nketiah (4/29), Gabriel Jesus (10/25), Gabriel Martinelli (15/36), Leandro Trossard (8/35), Reiss Nelson (3/10).
Here is the full squad of the away team. The 56 year-old Wolves manager Lopetegui will select his starting XI from these players:
Daniel Bentley (0/2), Jose Sa (0/35), Louie Moulden (0/0), Craig Dawson (1/25), Hugo Bueno (0/20), Jonny (1/18), Max Kilman (0/36), Nathan Collins (0/25), Nelson Semedo (0/35), Rayan Ait Nouri (1/20), Toti Gomes (1/16), Boubacar Traore (0/9), Joao Gomes (1/10), Joao Moutinho (0/31), Joe Hodge (0/5), Mackenzie Bradbury (0/0), Mario Lemina (0/18), Matheus Nunes (1/33), Ruben Neves (6/34), Adama Traore (2/33), Chiquinho (0/0), Diego Costa (1/23), Hee-Chan Hwang (3/26), Matheus Cunha (2/17), Pablo Sarabia (1/13), Pedro Neto (0/18), Raul Jimenez (0/14), Sasa Kalajdzic (0/0).
Arsenal vs Wolves Team News
Arsenal are looking at up to five players on the injured and absent list ahead of their home match against Wolves this coming Sunday. For their upcoming match in round 38, Arsenal are unable to call upon Gabriel, who is suspended.
Leandro Trossard, Reiss Nelson, Gabriel Jesus and Emile Smith Rowe are missing from the squad, Arsenal will field against Wolvesthis coming Sunday.
Wolves are juggling with three absent players on on Sunday when travelling to Arsenal.
Wolves need to do without Boubacar Traore, Pedro Neto and Sasa Kalajdzic, who are not fit enough to travel to Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal vs Wolves Lineups
Arsenal vs Wolves H2H
The Gunners hope to extend their grip on Wolves, whom they outclassed in their last two meetings, winning 2-1 and 2-0, respectively. Arsenal enter the match against Wolves with a 5-2-3 record in their previous ten encounters. A win rate of 50%, which is perhaps worth keeping in mind before you make a choice for your next accumulator, depending on your betting strategy.
Arsenal vs Wolves Results
Both teams found the back of the net six times in the last ten matches between Arsenal and Wolves.
Arsenal vs Wolves Betting Tips
It has been a great season for Martin Oedegaard so far as he currently has 15 goals on his account during this season. He also hit the net four times in his last six games, leaving The Gunners hoping he delivers against Wolves on Sunday as well. Siding with him to score in the upcoming game seems like a reasonable choice.
Arsenal claimed five wins, drew three and lost two of their previous 10 home matches across all tournaments. Wolves won one, drew three and lost six of their last 10 games away. Strap yourselves up for a goals at Emirates Stadium since both teams scored in eight of the last 10 home matches for Arsenal. The same occurred in six of the last 10 league games away from home for Wolves.
Over 2.5 goals happened five times in the past ten encounters between Arsenal and Wolves, with Arsenal scoring 1.5 goals on average per game. Wolves averaged one goal, while both teams scored six times. Arsenal scored an average of 2.1 goals in the past ten matches at Emirates Stadium across the tournaments and over 2.5 goals came out eight times. Over 2.5 goals came up in three of Wolves's previous ten matches across all tournaments. They managed to score an average of 1.1 goals in these matches.