Wolves v Arsenal takes place on Saturday at 7:45pm (UK time).
Arsenal will be looking to secure top spot at Christmas for the first time since 2007/08 when they travel to face Wolves this weekend. Sure, Christmas is still over a month away, but with the World Cup coming up this will be the final weekend of Premier League action until Boxing Day. The Gunners are currently two points clear at the top of the table having won 11 of their 13 matches so far.
Wolves, meanwhile, look set to be in the relegation zone at Christmas, three points from safety with just two wins from 14. However, this will be the final game before Julen Lopetegui takes over ahead of the post-World Cup return.
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- UK: Sky Sports Premier League
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Wolves v Arsenal betting tips from Squawka Bet
- Martin Odegaard to have more shots on target than to Ruben Neves @ 10/11 with William Hill
- Arsenal to win to nil @ 13/8 with Betfair
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Wolves team news
Nelson Semedo is back for Wolves after serving suspension for his red card against Brighton in the midweek EFL Cup win over Wolves. However, Diego Costa is still unavailable through suspension, though this is the final of his three-match ban.
Wolves will also be hoping to call upon Jonny Otto and Matheus Nunes in some capacity, though the latter may not be risked until after the break. Raul Jimenez, Pedro Neto, Sasa Kaladjzic and Chiquinho remain long-term absentees.
Arsenal team news
Arsenal enter their final game before the World Cup in good nick, with only Emile Smith Rowe and Takehiro Tomiyasu out injured. In the past, Arsenal fans have watched their season unravel around the Christmas period due to a build up of injuries and while keeping their players fit this season has helped them lead the table, it goes a lot deeper than that.
After a stuttering start to life under Mikel Arteta, Arsenal have finally found their identity and look like genuine title contenders. While in the past you could count on the Gunners eventually falling away, this time it’s different. They may still not win the league given the strength of Man City, but Arsenal surely have one of the top four spots wrapped up.
And former Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere, who is back at the club as coach of the U18s, believes the winning mentality comes from a level of training that tops even what he experienced under Arsene Wenger.
“When the club’s doing well and they’re winning, the mood can be very dependent on results, but it feels deeper than that at Arsenal at the moment,” he told TalkSport.
“When Mikel first came in he talked a lot about the process and you’re seeing that now. He’s created a culture where everything is about winning and performing and he puts an importance on training and the levels have gone up.
“I’ve never seen first team training at the level it is now. Even when I was there and under Arsene, it’s higher now. The demands are more and you’re starting to see the results of that.
“It’s a very complicated playing style and it was always going to take a bit of time for these players to understand it, but the club is in a great place and I think the fans are seeing that, which is the most important.
“Mikel talks a lot about the fans and how big they are and again, the atmosphere is the best I’ve ever seen it.”
Premier League 2022/23 recent form:
- Wolves: WLLDL
- Arsenal: WWDWW
Scoreline prediction: Wolves 0-2 Arsenal
Premier League 2022/23 table
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