The battle for Europe sees another massive fixture come to the fore as fifth-placed Wolves take on Arsenal, who are languishing in eighth and six points behind their opposition. The Gunners are traditionally the favourites for such a clash, but since returning to the Premier League, Wolves are undefeated against the north London side – twice earning a 1-1 draw at the Emirates either side of a 3-1 win at Molineux.
Arsenal arrive in somewhat decent form after advancing to the FA Cup semi-final on Sunday and beating Norwich City 4-0 but their defence is suspect and is almost expected to concede against a team of Wolves’ quality. If Wolves do hit the net, expect Raul Jiminez at 10/3 to be their man, first or last.
The Mexican marksman has 15 goals in 32 Premier League appearances this season – and he has hit the net against the likes of Manchester City, Liverpool and Arsenal during his time at the club. Expect him to add to his tally on Saturday.