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Wolves 0 — 2 Arsenal — Arsenal back to the top of the Premier League



Wolves vs Arsenal: Live Premier League Match Updates and Score


In a crucial test at Molineux, Arsenal is determined to reaffirm their title credentials.


Tonight, they have made three changes to their lineup, introducing Jakub Kiwior, Gabriel Jesus, and Leandro Trossard. The Gunners are desperate to regain their momentum in the Premier League title race. It has been a challenging week for Arsenal, suffering a shocking defeat at home against Aston Villa, which allowed Manchester City to take the lead in the championship battle.


Additionally, their exit from the Champions League quarter-finals after a loss to Bayern Munich has further added to their woes. Stay tuned for live updates and the latest score in this highly anticipated match.


Mikel Arteta has issued a challenge to his team to swiftly recover from their recent setbacks in the West Midlands. He is determined to avoid a repeat of last season’s collapse and believes that a morale-boosting victory in the upcoming match against Wolves will propel Arsenal back to the top of the Premier League. Despite Wolves’ comfortable position in mid-table, they have been struggling with a five-match winless streak due to an injury crisis that has limited their selection options. As a result, Gary O’Neil has made four changes to the team.


It is worth noting that Arsenal has a strong recent record against Wolves, having won all of their last five meetings. You can follow the Wolves vs Arsenal match live below, with expert analysis provided by Standard Sport’s Simon Collings at Molineux.


Tonight’s match holds high stakes for Arsenal, as a victory would place them at the top of the Premier League with a one-point lead over Manchester City. However, Manchester City will have two games in hand by the time they face Brighton on Thursday, while Arsenal will be hosting their London rivals Chelsea on Tuesday night.


Currently tied on points with Liverpool in third place, Arsenal holds a superior goal difference to Jurgen Klopp’s team. Liverpool will be playing Fulham at Craven Cottage tomorrow and will also face a Merseyside derby against Everton on Wednesday night.


On the other hand, a win for Wolves would elevate them above Brighton and secure them the 10th spot, just one point behind Chelsea.

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