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          Arsenal vs Wolves Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Arsenal are looking to stay top of the Premier League table this season with the Gunners ahead of Manchester City after the latter drew with Liverpool last time out as Wolverhampton Wanderers head to the Emirates this weekend.

          It's been another memorable and magical season for Arsenal, and given the topsy-turvy form of City at times this season, they are in a legitimate title race once more. In fact, they are once again already top, just as they were at the start of the last season.

          Better yet, Arsenal also got into the knockout rounds of the Champions League for the first time in almost six years after a stunning win over Lens that also matched their best-ever record at the Emirates for a group stage win.

          Kai Havertz continued his revival with a finish in the 13th minute after getting the winner against Brentford the last time out in the Premier League. Gabriel Jesus and Bukayo Saka added two more goals before the 23rd minute, while Gabriel Martinelli also made it 4-0 after 27 minutes. Martin Odegaard made it 5-0 before half time, as Jorginho added a sixth from the spot late on.

          Arsenal's only loss in the Premier League was to Newcastle United a few weeks back at St. James' Park, and alongside a loss to West Ham United in the EFL Cup, it now means just two losses in 19 matches for the Gunners this campaign - this is the best record in England's top flight so far, as City have suffered three defeats.

          Arseanl also have the best defensive record with 10 goals conceded from 13 games, and with 27 bagged of their own, only City, Liverpool, Newcastle, Aston Villa and Brighton & Hove Albion have more.

          On the other hand to the usual goalscoring form, Wolves have turned a corner this season with 18 goals in 13 games - they had only nine goals at this point last season. Wolves have managed to claim wins over two sides in the top four this season after sensational 2-1 wins over City and Tottenham Hotspur. They've also managed to put together a 2-2 draw with Newcastle United.

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          Arsenal team news

          Fabio Ferreira Vieira is out until January, while Thomas Partey cannot get fit this season and sits in the physio room for a few more weeks. Emile Smith Rowe is the same and won't come back until at least January, while Jurrien Timber is out for the season.

          Wovles team news

          Pedro Neto is out of action for another week at least it seems, while Rayan Ait Nouri will face a late fitness test on an ankle sprain. Craig Dawson can return after his suspension, but Jo Hodge won't be back until January.

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