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With Bruno Lage’s men giving nothing away in defence, hopes of a European return now look more promising than they did a few weeks ago and if they can get the better of Arsenal at home, their plight will only improve further.
While in regard to Arsenal, they will look to improve on their last Premier League showing and after being held at home to Burnley, it was nothing less than two points dropped at the Emirates.
With an average of just 0.76 goals against, Wolves are currently the second meanest team in the division and with such a statistic to back them up, it means Arsenal are going to have their work cut out.
While at the same time, Wolves are only scoring an average of 0.90 goals per game and although their output has seen an upward trend in recent times, they are not necessarily putting teams to the sword.
Which means an abundance of goals is unlikely to be on the Molineux menu and therefore, a bet of under 3.5 goals between Wolves and Arsenal at odds of 11/50, is where your money should go in this one.
Even though a Drone stopped play for a substantial amount of time, it did little to put Wolves off their stride and after getting the better of Brentford before the winter break, Bruno Lage’s men are now unbeaten in their last five league outings.
Not only that, but they have also collected a highly impressive tally of points at the same time and with 13 under their belt from the 15 that were made available, suddenly a return to European football is being discussed.
Something that looked unlikely at the start of the campaign, as Wolves failed to really click under their new manager and although they were defensively robust, they were largely struggling in the final third.
Although that defensive solidity is still in place, Wolves have now found more fortune at the other end of the pitch and it is this improvement, which is starting to give the Molineux outfit the points they deserve.
Now those lacklustre draws are now being turned into wins and although Wolves do not quite possess the same swagger that they did in the early days of Nuno Espirtio Santo’s reign, you could also say that this Wolves side is starting to evolve accordingly.
In terms of injuries and suspensions going into the visit of Arsenal, Pedro Neto will aim to win the race against a current lack of fitness and Romain Saiss will look to be involved after returning from AFCON duty.
However, the visit of the Gunners, is one that will likely come around too early for the quartet of Johnny Otto, Yerson Mosquera, Willy Boly and Hee-Chan Hwang
After only managing a draw at home to Burnley, Arsenal will rue the fact that they dropped two hugely important points and with that, they missed the opportunity to move into fourth place.
One that with a game in hand over Manchester United already, would have surely put the Gunners in the driving seat in the race for what looks like being the last Champions League invite for next season.
Which means a missed opportunity equals more work to do and with a winter break afforded to Arsenal along with the 19 other clubs in the Premier League, manager Mikel Arteta will have had time to work out just where things went wrong against Burnley.
If you were to try and take the positives from that meeting with Sean Dyche’s men, you could point to a clean sheet but at the same time, a failure to breach the Clarets’ defence, will be placed high on the list of negatives.
Now though, Arsenal will have to work out how to get the better of Wolves backline which is even tougher to break than Burnley’s and if the Gunners misfire in the West Midlands, it could prove to be even costlier in the race for fourth.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Wolves, Thomas Partey has already returned from AFCON duty and both Mohamed Elneny and Nicolas Pepe will do the same. Although there are still concerns about the fitness of Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, as he continues to suffer from heart lesions.
As far as recent rivalries go, Wolves and Arsenal have trading punches in the Premier League and as they are two of the more historic clubs within English football, any clash between the pair, is one that is always welcomed.
In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Wolves have won on 32 occasions, Arsenal 58 and there have been 28 draws
Although a fire recently took hold at Molineux, it does not mean that the game cannot go ahead and although some supporters may face either being given a temporary change of seat or a refund, it will still be a rather loud atmosphere in the West Midlands.
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.
If Wolves are to have any genuine hopes of making a return to European football next season, then a win against Arsenal would provide Bruno Lage and his players with a huge boost.
While the first goal could be absolutely crucial in this game and if Wolves do manage to open the scoring, then their defensive prowess might just be the thing that gets them over the line at full time.