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        Arsenal vs Wolves Predictions, Tips & Stats

        The final day of Premier League action is now just two days away, with all 20 sides in the division set to play their final matches of what has been a fantastic 2022/23 season this Sunday.

        The match that we will be previewing is Arsenal’s hosting of Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Emirates Stadium, with both sides having absolutely nothing to play for. Both sides are on miserable form coming into this one having picked up just two wins from their last six league matches, but they will still want to end the season on a high. Arsenal’s second-place spot is guaranteed, but a win on Sunday ensures that the Gunners would hit 84 points, a total that they have got nowhere near to hitting since the last time they did so, which was all the way back in the 2007/08 campaign.

        Meanwhile, the visitors are guaranteed a bottom-half finish whatever happens, with the highest place they can finish being 12th. They are currently just two points behind struggling Chelsea, and with the Blues facing a tough trip away to Newcastle on the final day, a match in which they are very likely to lose, Wolves could end up sneaking into 12th place on the final day.

        Arsenal’s surprise title challenge had been faltering over recent months, and it was finally confirmed that Manchester City would be taking the crown for a fifth time in six seasons after the Gunners lost 1-0 away to Nottingham Forest last Saturday. That loss to Forest capped off what has been a miserable month-and-a-half for Mikel Arteta and his men, with the Gunners managing to pick up just three wins since the beginning of April.

        Three consecutive draws with Liverpool, West Ham and Southampton, coupled with damaging defeats to Man City and Brighton, has meant that the title will not be heading to north London, with the loss of form at such a crucial time resulting in Arsenal’s title challenge faltering at the final hurdle and extending their run without the title into a 19th year, and some would argue making it a season to forget.

        For Wolves, it has also been a season to forget, but in a much different way. Far from their consecutive seventh-place finishes in both 2018/19 and 2019/20, the performances of the West Midlands side this season have been uncharacteristically poor. They picked up just two wins from their first 15 league games and at one point looked like they were almost certainly going to be relegated, with the club having spent a total of 13 gameweeks of the season in the relegation zone.

        But over recent months, their form has slightly improved and that, alongside the struggles of the other teams around them, has meant that Wolves have managed to stave off the threat of relegation. But they are set for yet another 13th-place finish, the same as they managed to achieve in 2020/21, which will be massively disappointing to both the fans and the club itself.

        This is a clash between two clubs who have had wildly different seasons, and yet will be two of the clubs who just can’t wait for the season to end at the same time, simply because of how their campaigns have disappointingly both panned out. It is a match where nothing is really at stake for either side and so it is tough to predict how exactly it will play out.

        However, we are going to back Arsenal to emerge from this one with a win. They will want to end this season on a positive note by getting a win in front of their fans, while also ensuring that the likes of Granit Xhaka and Kieran Tierney, who look likely to move on for pastures new in the summer, go off on a high as well. Further working in the Gunners’ favour is their strong home record against Wolves, who have beaten Arsenal away just twice since 1979. That is why the Gunners are priced at 1/3 odds to emerge with the 3 points, while the visitors are priced at 7/2 odds to get the win instead.

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        Arsenal Team News

        Key men Oleksandr Zinchenko and Gabriel Martinelli are likely to be absent for this one after picking up respective ankle and calf injuries recently.

        Reiss Nelson is also a doubt for this one with the winger reportedly suffering from a virus, and will have to be assessed before Sunday’s game. Both William Saliba and Takehiro Tomiyasu are still out with back and knee injuries that they both picked up back in March, while Mohamed Elneny is another long-term absentee after undergoing knee surgery back in January.

        Wolves Team News

        Julen Lopetegui has practically a fully-fit squad available to choose from for this match, with just two absences to contend with. Those absences are of Sasa Kalajdzic and Chiquinho, who have both been out since the beginning of the season with ACL injuries anyway, so there are no unexpected or hugely important misses for the Wolves boss.