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Wolves vs Arsenal exclusively on NBC Sports Gold in USA on April 24, 2019

April 24, 2019 By Ali M.
In our match preview informing you how to watch Arsenal's clash with Wolves, we compare team statistics and analyze their head-to-head record.

What is the form of Wolves compared to Arsenal?

Wolves are winless in their last three games in all competitions, losing in the FA Cup semi-finals to Watford, being defeated 3-1 by Southampton, and most recently, playing out a goalless draw with Brighton. However, the newly-promoted side has impressed against the top six this term, beating Tottenham, Chelsea, and Man United while also picking up a point at home to Man City.

As for Arsenal, while they have won their last two away games, beating Watford and Napoli, worries linger over their performances when on the road. The home defeat against Crystal Palace put their defensive woes on display once more, which means they have lost twice in their last six games in all competitions.

Wolves vs Arsenal head-to-head record

Wolves have won their fair share of encounters with the Gunners. However, it has been a while since they last beat the north London side. Their last victory came way back in September 1979.

Games played: 61

Wolves wins: 29

Arsenal wins: 57

Draws: 27

Who is injured/suspended for Wolves vs Arsenal?

Fortunately for Nuno Espirito Santo, he has no injury concerns ahead of Wednesday's game. Changes could be made to his lineup, nonetheless, after a recent dip in form, with Dendoncker and Vinagre tipped to make the starting eleven.

As for Emery, he will welcome back Sokratis after seeing out his two-game suspension. The Greek defender could replace Mustafi after the German endured another horrendous performance in the weekend loss to Crystal Palace.

The jury is still out on Xhaka, with the Swiss midfielder struggling with a hip injury and being heavily missed. Ramsey remains on the sidelines, as does Denis Suarez.

Key talking point - how Arsenal's top four hopes look

While Aubameyang and Co. currently sit in the fifth spot, a point behind Chelsea, they have a game in hand over the Blues. This means that should they win their remaining league games, a top-four finish will be guaranteed for Arsenal.

The problem is that their remaining games are tricky ones. Of their last four league games, three are away ties. First is this trip to Wolves, which will be followed by visits to Leicester and Burnley on the final day. While Arsenal's fate rests solely in their hands, things will have to improve if they wish to finish ahead of Chelsea and Man United.

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  • In Australia: Optus Sport

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