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Premier League: Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Arsenal

Arsenal needs to win nearly every game to have a chance at winning the title after their heartbreaking experience in Europe. Follow their first do-or-die tie against Wolves.

Fans in the U.S. will be able to follow this match on USA Network, which will provide English coverage for this game. Spanish-speaking users will also get to watch this game via UNIVERSO. In the U.K., Sky Ultra HDSky Sports Premier League, and Sky Sports Main Event will be in charge of airing the clash. If you live in another country, visit our Wolves vs Arsenal match page for further streaming and linear TV options.

Team news

Wolverhampton make it to this game on the back of a five-match run without a win across all competitions, which included an embarrassing 3-2 loss to Coventry in the FA Cup. Their most recent game ended in a two-all draw against Nottingham, which did not benefit their chances to reach the top half of the table. For this game, Gary O’Neil may have to deal with massive absences in front of goal, as their top two strikers have serious doubts about playing in this fixture.

Arsenal will make it their duty to try and bring in as many points as possible to stand a chance to win the league, especially after their whopping loss to Aston Villa last week. Mikel Arteta’s men have also been eliminated of the UEFA Champions League, leaving the Premier League as the only chance to win silverware this season, and that does not depend entirely on them. This might be a good game for Arteta’s men to bounce back and correct some of their mistakes, especially in defense, where they have conceded in three consecutive games with disappointing results.

Both teams will have to adapt to some absences that could be key to the outcome of the game. That being said, here is the list of unavailable footballers for this Premier League match.

Wolves: Pedro Neto, Craig Dawson, Nelson Semedo, Matheus Cunha (injured); Hwang-Hee Chan, Rayan Aït-Nouri (doubtful).

Arsenal: Jurrien Timber (injured).

Wolves vs Arsenal: Head-to-head

  • The first match of the season between these teams ended 2-1 for Arsenal.
  • Arsenal are on a five-game winning streak against Wolverhampton.
  • Wolverhampton has not beaten Arsenal since the 2020–21 campaign, when they claimed a double over the Gunners with 2-1 wins on each of their EPL meetings that season.
  • Surprisingly, there has only been one draw between these teams in their last ten games (all comps).
  • Mikel Arteta will face Wolverhampton for the ninth time in his career. His record shows six wins and two defeats against the Wolves.
  • Wolves’ coach Gary O’Neil will face Arsenal for the third time in his career, still looking for his first win after two defeats.