The Gunners are currently occupying top spot in the English top flight standings, having collected 34 points from 13 games, two points clear of second-placed Manchester City.
Wolverhampton Wanderers will host Arsenal in a Premier League fixture at Molineux Stadium on Saturday night. Both sides were involved in EFL Cup action during the mid-week, with the hosts securing a narrow 1-0 win over Leeds United, while Arsenal suffered a 3-1 defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion. The Gunners are currently occupying top spot in the English top flight standings, having collected 34 points from 13 games, two points clear of second-placed Manchester City. The visitors, meanwhile, are languishing at the 19th position, with just 10 points to their name from 14 outings.
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— Arsenal (@Arsenal) November 11, 2022
A poor run of form has led to the appointment of Julen Mopetehui as the new head coach of Wolves. The Spaniard will take charge of the team after the World Cup. As of now, the home match against the Gunners will be Steve Davis’ final chance to coach the side. Last time out, Wolves managed to get the better of Leeds United courtesy of Boubacar Traore’s lone goal five minutes from time and progressed to the fourth round of the EFL Cup. Prior to that, the Wanderers lost to Brighton 3-2 in a league match despite the fact that Goncalo Guedes and Ruben Neves got on the scoresheet. It was Wolves’ eighth league-defeat of the campaign.
Arsenal, on the other hand, are in stunning form in the league, having lost just once, while winning 11 games thus far. Meanwhile, Mikel Arteta’s side got eliminated from the EFL Cup third round after losing 3-1 to Brighton at home on Wednesday night. After Eddie Nketiah gave Arsenal the lead against the run of play, Danny Welbeck equalised for Brighton from the penalty spot. And then, Karou Mitoma and Tariq Lamptey sealed a memorable win for the seagulls in the second half. Prior to that, the gunners got the better of Chelsea in a league-fixture last weekend, courtesy of Gabriel Magalhaes’ lone goal in the 63rd-minute.
Wolves probable starting lineup: Sa, Semedo, Collins, Kilman, Bueno, Nunes, Neves, B Traore, A Traore, Guedes, Podence
Arsenal probable starting lineup: Ramsdale, White, Saliba, Gabriel, Zinchenko, Xhaka, Partey, Saka, Odegaard, Martinelli, Jesus
|Crystal Palace||2-1 (L)|
|FC Zurich||1-0 (W)|
|Nottingham Forest||5-0 (W)|
|Last 5 match results|
|Arsenal 2-1 Wolves|
|Wolves 0-1 Arsenal|
|Wolves 2-1 Arsenal|
|Arsenal 1-2 Wolves|
|Wolves 0-2 Arsenal|
The Premier League match between Wolves and Arsenal will take place at Molineux Stadium on Sunday at 12:15 am IST.
|Wolves vs Arsenal||Key details|
|Date||November 12 (UK)|
|Kickoff time in UK||7:45 pm (Saturday)|
|Kickoff time in India||12:15 am (Sunday)|
The live telecast of the Premier League matches in India is available on the Star Sports network. Fans will also be able to watch the live streaming on Disney+ Hotstar and JioTV. Besides, the match between Wolves and Arsenal can also be seen on Sky Sports Premier League, Sky Sports Main event, Sky Ultra HD, Sky Go Extra and Talk Sport Radio in the United Kingdom.