A game for the purists at the Emirates on Sunday where Wolves' problems in front of goals likely to cost them against Arsenal.
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Arsenal v Wolves (Sunday November 10, 1630 kick-off)
Arsenal's credentials were given their first serious test in their unbeaten run last week, as they held Liverpool to a 1-1 draw at the Emirates.
They will be 16 without defeat should they pick up points against Wolves on Sunday, as Unai Emery's side continues to improve and stake a claim for a place in the top four.
Wolves, meanwhile, have unsurprisingly started well since returning to the top flight, but face a tough trip to north London after losing three in a row in the Premier League.
Last week they were beaten by Arsenal's rivals Tottenham at Molineux and Nuno Espirito Santo will be looking for improvement here, with the aim of replicating early season performances which earned draws with Manchester duo City and United.
Wolves were surprisingly shoddy at the back against Spurs and if they fail to tighten up they'll suffer the same fate at the Emirates, while a return to their early-season form will make for a cracking game of football.
Prediction: Arsenal 2-1 Wolves (Sky Bet odds: 15/2)
Arsenal showed they're the real deal against Liverpool although they still gave away far too many chances, especially from set plays, and that could be a good avenue for Wolves to explore. The worry for the visitors is their lack of goals and one could be their limit at the Emirates, giving the Gunners the chance to win it.
Best bet: Arsenal win & both teams to score at 15/8
Arsenal just can't keep clean sheets but also have bags of goals in them - that's the perfect combination for this bet even if Wolves do struggle for goals. The Gunners will given them chances here and they should have enough to bag at least one.
Goals: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang first goal scorer at 4/1
He's been on fire recently and from that slightly wider starting position out on the left he can benefit from Wolves pushing forward out wide and he's much harder to pick up making late runs in so he's taken to break the deadlock.
RequestABet: Arsenal win, BTTS, 10+ corners under 40 booking points at 13/2
Plenty of nice football and attacking intent should result in plenty of corners and each side scoring but it may not be the most fierce in the trenches so cards may not be flying about.
- Arsenal are unbeaten in their last 19 matches against Wolves in all competitions (W16 D3) since a 2-3 defeat in September 1979 under Terry Neill.
- Wolves have avoided defeat in just one of their eight Premier League games against Arsenal (P8 W0 D1 L7), though that was in their last visit to the Emirates in December 2011, a 1-1 draw under Mick McCarthy.
- Arsenal have taken 59 points from their last 63 available at home in Premier League games against newly promoted sides (P21 W19 D2 L0) since losing 0-1 to Newcastle United in November 2010.
- Arsenal haven’t been behind for a single minute in eight Premier League matches against Wolves – only one team has ever played more games against an opponent without falling behind (Chelsea v Portsmouth, 14 games).
- Wolves have played more Premier League games against Arsenal without winning (8) than against any other opponent.
- All three of Wolves’ Premier League goals against Arsenal have been scored via corners.
- Arsenal are unbeaten in nine Premier League games (W7 D2), last going 10 without defeat in the competition in December 2016 (a run of 14).
- After a six-game unbeaten run (W4 D2), Wolves have lost their last three Premier League games.
- Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette has been directly involved in 16 goals in his 18 Premier League starts at the Emirates Stadium (12 goals, 4 assists).
- Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored five goals and assisted two more in five Premier League appearances against newly promoted sides.
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Odds correct as of 2200 GMT on 09/11/18