Wolves vs Arsenal
England – Premier League
Date: Tuesday, 2 February 2021
Kick-off at 18:00 UK/ 19:00 CET
Venue: Molineux Stadium (Wolverhampton).
The goalless draw with Chelsea on the road last time out granted at least a point for Wolverhampton second time within their recent five winless games in the PL schedule.
Even though making surprising wins were a thing for the host last season, defeating Arsenal is easier said than done in their current form. They are seven points behind the Gunners on the table this term as it stands.
Apart from the FA Cup loss on the road to Southampton, Arsenal has lost none of their last eight clashes in their schedule. Their previous defeat in PL was in December 2020 to Everton away from home.
The Gunners are on a six-game unbeaten run in the league, following a 1-3 win on the road against Southampton last time out in their schedule.
Wolves vs Arsenal Head-to-head (h2h)
- Two of their recent five matches have ended in a draw.
- The Gunners have recorded three of the last five overall wins.
- Both teams have scored in four of their recent five fixtures.
- Their previous encounter gave a 1-2 away win for the Wolves.
- The host has won only one of their last 16 clashes since 1999.
- The away team has been successful in 6 of their last 7 visits.
Wolves vs Arsenal Prediction
Wolves have secured the mid-table position along with the visitor and are just 7 points behind the latter on the table as it stands this season. The host enjoys the ground advantage and has scored in all but one of their last nine home matches, despite the result.
However, they have scored no goal in three of their last four h2h clashes with the Gunners at this venue. This suggests that the Wolves will have trouble scoring against the visitor in ninety minutes. Hence, the tip for Arsenal to win either half of the fixture will probably be a suitable option for the punters.
Arsenal has lost only one of their seven trips to Wolverhampton since 1999. Besides, the Gunners are on an unbeaten streak in the league along with a double win on their back. Thus, the home win in full-time will probably be the best bet in the clash.
Since Lacazette has scored in all their recent four outings, we can expect the French forward to put at least one at the back of the net in ninety minutes.