Champions League qualification yet again looks out of reach for the Gunners despite back-to-back wins, with Wolves in sixth sitting six points clear of their weekend visitors.
Arsenal will pose Wolves' biggest threat since the return to action but could move up to fourth with a win and other results going their way.
Date, time and venue
Arsenal vs Wolves is scheduled for a 5.30pm BST kick-off on Saturday, July 4, 2020.
The match will be behind closed doors at Emirates Stadium with no fans due to be present due to government guidelines regarding coronavirus.
How to watch
TV channel: Sheffield United vs Tottenham will be shown live on Sky Sports' Premier League and Main Event channels, and is available via Now TV with a day pass for £9.99, or a three-month pass on offer for £25.
Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers can stream the match online via SkyGo and the SkyGo app, with a mobile month pass available for £5.99.
Rob Holding and Bukayo Sako are likely to come in, with Sead Kolasinac and Kieran Tierney in need of a rest. Cedric Soares will hope to make his full debut on the right.
Nicolas Pepe and Eddie Nketiah will also be pushing for a return to the starting XI.
Wolves have a fully fit squad, with Adama Traore hoping to be in from the off.
Prediction: Wolves 2-1 Arsenal
Wolves have won all three, without conceding a goal, and I expect at least one of those records to b remain intact come full-time. Wolves are simply well organised enough gets an Arsenal team which, at times, is very much not.
Head to head (h2h) history and results
Wolves have won 30 of 115 games between the two teams, including this fixture last season. That 3-1 victory was their first over Arsenal since 1979.
Betting odds and tips
- Wolves to win: 13/10
- Arsenal to win: 12/5
- Draw: 23/10
- Raul Jimenez to score first: 5/1
- Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to score: 7/5
Odds courtesy of Betfair Exchange. Click here to find out more.
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