Hello and welcome. Arsenal and Wolves are right in the mix for a Champions League place: they’ve got matches in hand on Manchester United and West Ham and they’re both in decent form. But they can’t both make the top four – today’s clash will help determine which is more likely to get there.
Two weeks ago Arsenal won at Molineux thanks to the sort of steel they lacked earlier in the season and they followed that up by edging past Brentford last weekend. Mikel Arteta’s process is looking like it’s starting to bear fruit. But Wolves arrive in fine nick and are well capable of avenging their home defeat – they’ve already helped to knock Spurs and Leicester out of the top four running since them. Bruno Lage’s has done masterful work this season and now he has a fully fit squad to pick from, with Pedro Neto potentially adding sharpness to their attack. As some once said, admittedly of a prize bigger than fourth spot, it’s up for grabs now!.