Manchester City won the title last weekend, and Arsenal finished second in the standings as a result of their 1-0 loss to Nottingham Forest. The defeat also means that Mikel Arteta's team has only won two of their last eight league contests. They have gained 42 out of a possible 54 points at the Emirates this season. However, Arsenal would still finish in the second position even if they lost their remaining fixtures.
Wolves have two victories in their previous six league games, with their most recent draw against Everton ending in a 1-1 tie. Wolves (11) has earned more points away from home than just Leeds (9) and Nottingham Forest (7) this season in the Premier League. In the last five meetings between Arsenal and Wolves, the Gunners have three wins and two losses. Being their final home game of the year, Arsenal should triumph in front of their own supporters.
The Starting Xi That Could Give Arsenal The Win Against Wolves.
Goalkeeper: A. Ramsdale.
Defenders: Ben White, G. Magalhaes, Jakub Kiwior and Rob Holding.
Forwards: Gabriel Jesus, B. Saka and L. Trossard.
However, William Saliba, Oleksandr Zinchenko, Mohamed Elneny, Gabriel Martinelli, Takehiro Tomiyasu, and Mohamed Elneny are all unable to participate in this match. Due to illness, Reiss Nelson missed the game against Nottingham Forest and could miss this one as well.
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