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No sooner have Arsenal and Wolves met in the Premier League this February than they will soon meet again and with the latter slipping up to a 1-0 home defeat, they will also be looking to exact some form of revenge.
While revenge is not the only item on Thursday’s agenda and with both clubs harbouring realistic hopes of European football next season, a win at the Emirates will further increase either’s chances of a trip to the continent next time around.
Both teams go into Thursday’s night encounter in good form and therefore it may be difficult to split the pack at the Emirates - something that when trawling through the best online sites, adds extra leverage to backing the draw at 3/1 (Sportnation).
Although that is an obvious example of risk meeting reward, I’m tempted to just taper that down a little bit and opt for Wolves in the double chance market. Something that can just add an element of insurance to this midweek activity.
Which means Wolves at odds of 69/50 (bet365) is something that really appeals to me and if you think that Bruno Lage’s men will manage to avoid defeat in North London for the second time this month, you should back them too.
After being given the previous weekend off, Arsenal returned to winning ways on Saturday and with Brentford being disposed of as expected, it meant the Gunners are once again in the box seat in the race for fourth place.
Because although they start this midweek programme lying sixth in the table, they are only four points behind Manchester United in fourth and this is with three games in hand to currently be called upon.
While one of those three comes about this Thursday and with Wolves also hot on Arsenal’s heels at present, the outcome of this fixture will go some way to defining just who qualifies for Europe next season.
Of course, much has been made of Arsenal’s lack of genuine options in attack and although Alexandre Lacazette will always be a handful for opposition defences, manager Mikel Arteta must also make sure he is kept wrapped up in cotton wool.
Because should the French forward get injured at any point of the remaining season, it will seriously call Arsenal’s top-four credentials into question, and this is why some punters are still refusing to back the Gunners for the final Champions league invite.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Wolves, Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has no new concerns to worry about and this also means that the Spaniard can once again call upon Gabriel Martinelli, as he returns from a suspension of his own,
After getting the better of Leicester last Sunday, Wolves have won five of their last six outings and their only recent defeat was the 1-0 reverse that was suffered at the hands of Arsenal just a fortnight ago.
Which means all of a sudden, the conversation regarding Wolves has changed to one of a European persuasion and if Bruno Lage’s men can continue their recent impressive form, then a top-seven finish is not out of the question.
Much has been said about their inability to score goals, but with four netted in their last two league outings, there are no real concerns in attack and once again, the defence is doing the work at the other end of the pitch.
Which is why Wolves have been such a tough nut to crack this season and although Conor Coady is the obvious target for praise, one cannot forget that the season that Max Kilman is also having.
Not only that but Wolves have seemingly got better after selling Adama Traore and perhaps his raw pace and lots of it, was something that was actually holding back this side from improving as a team.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Arsenal, Ruben Neves is currently walking a disciplinary tightrope and if he were to get booked at the Emirates, he would subsequently earn himself a ban. As for absences for Thursday, it is once again Yerson Mosquera and Willy Boly who will miss out.
As far as history is concerned, this has been an encounter which can largely be considered as dominant ground for Arsenal and this statement can be backed up by their recent 1-0 win over Wolves at Molineux.
In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Arsenal have won on 59 occasions, Wolves 32 and there have been 28 draws
After leaving their legendary Highbury ground behind, things have not been quite the same for Arsenal at the Emirates. Then again, the Gunners are still capable of doing great things on home turf and they will hope that their fans back them on Thursday night.
With COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in England, it means there is no longer the need to show a Vaccine Passport before attending the ground. Which means, match tickets are the only item that is required to be produced at the time of writing.
When looking at the Premier League odds for a top-four finish, Arsenal are currently priced at odds of 3/1 and although this a good price, it will have to come with an element of caution for punters.
Especially if Wolves manage to extend their impressive form and if they can pull off a win at the Emirates on Thursday, then we really will have eight Premier League clubs vying for seven European berths at the end of the season.