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EPL: Wolves vs Arsenal

Wolves vs Arsenal 

Wolverhampton is slowly losing itself this season, so despite playing at home, Arsenal is definitely not an easy opponent for them.

Wolverhampton has consistently had an unstable performance in recent times, as evidenced by the fact that they can hold a very strong team, Chelsea, but easily lose against their underdog, Crystal Palace in the last two rounds. Not to mention, 8 consecutive rounds only known to draw and lose is an alarming achievement for teachers and coaches Nuno Santo.

Currently, Wolverhampton has dropped to 14th place on the rankings with 23 points obtained in 21 matches, a 9-point gap with the group holding the red light still relatively safe. However, if the performance improvement is not found quickly, the risk of Wolves falling into the relegation race at the end of the season is very high. It is completely grounded when Molineux is no longer a strong spiritual support if you look at the 2 wins, 1 draw and 3 losses in the last 6 welcoming times.

There was a time when Arsenal fell to 15th place on the rankings and the gap with the group holding the red light was no more than 2 wins, but the comeback was considered timely to help the Gunners improve their rankings. significantly. Specifically, Arsenal now rose to 10th with 31 points in hand.

Defeating the extremely uncomfortable team Southampton at away with the score 3-1 and then successfully holding Manchester United at Emirates, the London Gunners are showing their determination to return to the image of Great Britain. The 4-point gap with the top 5 also helps Mikel Arteta's army full of opportunities to find a place to attend the European Cup next season. Not to mention, the record with 3 wins in the last 4 visits is more than enough to see Arsenal fully able to leave with 3 points in the next match.