Wolves are 19th, only ahead of Nottingham Forest on goal difference.
They might have felt hard done by last weekend, but a 3-2 defeat to Brighton only extended their abysmal run.
It is just two league wins in 14 matches this season, and they face an Arsenal side with 11 victories from their 13 Premier League fixtures.
Pedro Neto, Raul Jimenez, Sasa Kalajdzic and Chiquinho remain out for the hosts.
Diego Costa and Nelson Semedo are suspended. Arsenal recently welcomed back Oleksandr Zinchenko, leaving Emile Smith Rowe as the only confirmed absentee for this one.
To Keep A Clean Sheet: Arsenal
Only Manchester City can better Arsenal’s expected goals against for the season, and the Gunners are a considerable distance ahead of West Ham in third.
They have kept three clean sheets in their last four Premier League matches, and have the luxury of being able to name a consistent backline.
Wolves have created more than their measly goal tally suggests, yet this team is still lacking finishers.
In a match where chances will be hard to come by, the hosts could find themselves scoreless once again.
Total Corners: Under 9.5
Arsenal’s matches average just 7.7 corners in the Premier League this season.
Wolves are up at 9.6 with 4.4 in their favour, but they are unlikely to earn many against Arsenal, who allow the second-fewest corner kicks in the league.
Mikel Arteta’s side play in a controlled manner which doesn’t tend to lend itself to high corner totals.
Anytime Goalscorer: Gabriel Jesus
Gabriel Jesus hasn’t scored in any competition since 1st October. It is safe to say the Brazilian, who is fourth in expected goals this season, is due.
Only five players average more shots per game than Jesus. Just seven teams allow more shots than Wolves.
It’s a matter of time until Jesus breaks out of this elongated finishing slump.
All odds are subject to change