Arsenal vs Wolves predictions and betting:
Arsenal is all set to face the challenge of Wolves in a home clash this Sunday. While Arsenal are reeling under pressure in the bottom half of the table, Wolves have put up strong performances that has enabled them to remain in the top 10 so far.
If Arsenal has to turn around their campaign, it is important for the side to start winning as many games as possible to gain the confidence and momentum. As far as Wolves are concerned, they are looking to pull of an upset on Sunday.
Wolves vs Arsenal predictions and betting Summary
Wolves vs Arsenal predictions and betting: Recent form
Arsenal is probably staring at yet another dismal season after inconsistent performances throughout the season until now. They started off with wins against Fulham and West Ham but faced their first loss against Liverpool.
They faced back to back defeats against Manchester City and Leicester City after a victory against Sheffield United. This meant that they were struggling to keep their place in the top 10. A win against Manchester United came as a relief but couldn’t consolidate as they lost to Aston Villa and were forced to a draw against Leeds.
Wolves have had a better season than most of their other campaigns as they are currently positioned at 9th place in the table. They grabbed victories against Sheffield United, Fulham, Leeds United and Crystal Palace in contrast lost to West Ham, Manchester City and Leicester.
In their last outing, they had a formidable advantage after a 1-0 lead but their rivals Southampton made a good comeback as the match ended in a stalemate. This means that a good performance against Arsenal will help them in their ascent to the top five.
Arsenal vs Wolves predictions and betting : H2H
Matches: 14 : Arsenal: 10 Wolves: 1 Draw: 3
Last 5 games: Arsenal – 2, Wolves – 1, Draw – 2.
Recent Meeting: Arsenal defeated Wolves with a 2-0 margin in a Premier League fixture.
Wolves vs Arsenal predictions and betting : Offensive and defensive stats
The Gunners will stick to their 3-4-3 spread that will help them bag their 5th victory of this season whereas the Wolves would probably field a 4-3-3 formation for this contest.
For Arsenal, the likes of Lacazette and Aubameyang will lead the attack. Alexandre Lacazette is a key candidate in the lineup with 3 goals in 9 games for the team. He holds on to the ball pretty well and is an excellent dribbler. He has 79.8% pass completion rate and provides about 1.3 shots on target per game.
Arsenal’s highest scorer Aubameyang hasn’t really come out of the blocks after drawing a blank against Leeds in the last outing. He has 5 goals and an assist in 15 outings for the team in the premier league. He will have to up his game and has 76.1% pass success along with 1.4 aerials won per game. Apart from this, he is involved in 1.4 shots on target and 1.1 key passes per game so far.
Willian’s lack of scoring has been a major concern for the gunners waiting for a turn-around in the coming games. The Brazilian has 2 assists in 11 outings along with an 87.5% pass accuracy so far.
The Wolves attack will be led by Podence, Jimenez and Adama at the front. Daniel Podence is a young talent from Portugal who opened his account against Crystal Palace in addition to two assists in three games. He has 81.4% pass accuracy and dribbles very well with an average of 1.1 per match. He has 1.7 shots on target and provides 1.1 key passes every game so far.
Raul Jimenez is a key component in this attack who has scored 8 goals in 16 games for the team. He has a good header, passes extremely well and has an accurate finishing touch. Apart from 79% pass accuracy, he has won an average of 1.6 aerial duels and has created 2.9 shots on target per game in the recent games.
Adama Traore’s strengths include dribbling, crossing and key passes. He has failed to contribute for the side so far but has a pass accuracy of 76.1% along with 3.8 dribbles per game so far.
The Arsenal backline has the likes of Bellerin, Rob Holding, Gabriel Magalhaes who will have to make a comeback after conceding often in the recent games.
Rob Holding will have to assume the responsibility in the backline who has 85.5% pass success. He also enjoys 1.8 tackles, 1.2 interceptions and 4.8 clears per game.
Hector Bellerin of Spain has 83.8% pass completion success and dribbles very well. He intercepts well with an average of 1.4 per game and 1.6 clears that makes it tough for the opponent.
Gabriel Magalhaes will probably come in for the game who is excellent in aerial duels and tackles extremely well. Along with 87.5% pass completion, he has 2.4 aerial duels won per game so far and 3.4 clears on an average.
The Wolves defense would be desperate to hold on to a clean sheet on Sunday. Conor Coady will be the center back in the eleven who has 87.8% pass accuracy and likes to play long balls. In addition to this, he has 1.4 tackles, 0.9 interceptions and 2.6 blocks per game in 10 appearances.
Maximilian Kilman will join him to guard the goal post and was exceptional in his last match with 90% pass completion rate. He also got 1 interception and 2.5 clears per game so far.
Willy Boly will either play left or right center back and has great tackling skills. In addition to tackling, he is exceptional in aerial duels winning 3.2 per game along with 82.2% pass accuracy. Apart from this, he has 1.4 tackles, 1.7 interceptions and 3.7 clears so far in 12 matches.
Wolves vs Arsenal predictions and betting : Predicted Winner
The match between Arsenal and Wolves is scheduled to be held in the Emirates stadium on 29th November at 7.15 pm local time. Arsenal have again failed to bag a win against Leeds United whereas Wolves put up a good fight in their own backyard to force a draw.
The betting platform and prediction experts have their money on Arsenal’s victory in this contest.
FCTables have given 46% chance to the gunners while the Wolves have been given a 24% chance to get a famous win under their belt.
Another platform Oddschecker have also gone on to back Arsenal in what looks like a competitive contest with every chance of the visitors pulling off a surprise.
FiveThirtyEight are expecting Arsenal to get those three valuable points on Sunday with Wolves getting just 24% chance to pull off an unlikely victory.