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Can Arsenal Remain Top of the Table as They Host Wolves in the Premier League?

Arsenal vs Wolverhampton - 02/12/2023

Can Arsenal Remain Top of the Table as They Host Wolves in the Premier League?
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There are only three matches to be played at the traditional time of 15:00 in the English Premier League on the 2nd of December, including the meeting between Arsenal and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The game will be played at the Emirates Stadium and the hosts are currently top of the table on 30 points while the visitors are in 12th place on 15 points.

Arsenal come into the match on the back of a convincing 6-0 home win over Lens in the Champions League on Wednesday night.

The Gunners opened the scoring in the 13th minute and scored a further 3 goals in next 14 minutes to blow Lens away.

Arsenal scored a fifth goal on the stroke of half time and took their foot off the gas in the second half, adding just one more goal.

The win over Lens means Arsenal have won each of their 4 most recent fixtures in all competitions.

There have been wins over Burnley at home and Brentford away in the Premier League plus Sevilla at home in the Champions League.

Trends show Arsenal are unbeaten in 39 of their last 45 matches in the Premier League.

They have not lost any of their last 12 home matches in all competitions and have won each of their 5 most recent home games on home soil.

Both teams have scored in 5 of Arsenal’s last 7 home Premier League matches.

Wolves make the trip to the Emirates Stadium on the back of a 3-2 defeat at Fulham last time out in the Premier League.

Wolves twice fell behind in the match but managed to come back and equalise on both occasions.

However, there was not time to come back from Fulham’s third goal, which was scored in the 4th minute of added time at the end of the game.

The defeat at Fulham means Wolves have recorded only 1 win from their 4 most recent fixtures, all of which were played in the Premier League.

The win came at home against Tottenham Hotspur, which was a great result but there was a defeat at Sheffield United and a draw at home with Newcastle United.

Trends show in their last 29 away games in all competitions, Wolves have a poor record of just 4 wins.

However, Wolves have managed to find the back of the net in each of their last 6 away Premier League matches.

Team news: Arsenal are without suspended midfielder Fábio Vieira. Both Emile Smith-Rowe and Thomas Partey are injured.

Wolves travel to London without the injured duo of Joe Hodge and Pedro Neto.

The Gunners are full of confidence right now and should have more than enough to beat Wolves.

The visitors will be hoping no more poor refereeing decisions go against them and they are capable of scoring in this game. However, Arsenal are serious title contenders this season and should come out on top.

Home team
Away team
Probability %
1X2
Pred
Correct score
Avg. goals
Weather conditions
Coef.
Score
Live
coef.
EPL
582319
1
2 - 1
3.49
-1°
1.30
1.30 5.00 10.00 no no no
FT
2 - 1(2 - 0)
-
- - -

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Premier League
OVERALL TABLE PTS GP W D L +/-
1
Liverpool 60 26 18 6 2 38
2
Manchester City 56 25 17 5 3 32
3
Arsenal 55 25 17 4 4 36
4
Aston Villa 49 25 15 4 6 19
5
Tottenham 47 25 14 5 6 14
6
Manchester United 44 25 14 2 9 1
7
Brighton 38 25 10 8 7 8
8
Newcastle United 37 25 11 4 10 12
9
West Ham 36 25 10 6 9 -8
10
Chelsea 35 25 10 5 10 1
11
Wolverhampton 35 25 10 5 10 -1
12
Fulham 29 25 8 5 12 -7
13
Bournemouth 28 24 7 7 10 -13
14
Brentford 25 25 7 4 14 -9
15
Crystal Palace 25 25 6 7 12 -16
16
Nottingham Forest 24 25 6 6 13 -12
17
Everton 20 25 8 6 11 -6
18
Luton Town 20 25 5 5 15 -16
19
Burnley 13 25 3 4 18 -30
20
Sheffield United 13 25 3 4 18 -43

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