Arsenal vs Wolves Premier League preview: How to watch, lineups, selections & prediction

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Arsenal vs Wolves Premier League preview: How to watch, predicted lineups, selection decisions & score prediction. (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)

Arsenal face their third and final match of February as they host Wolves at the Emirates Stadium on Thursday for their second meeting in two weeks. Here is the match preview.

There were highs from the previous matchweek where all the Gunners’ rivals dropped crucial points in the title race, whereas the recent week produced vastly differing outcomes. All that Mikel Arteta’s side can control is their own matches, therefore it was mightily important that they beat Brentford.

Manchester United fended off a Leeds comeback to win 4-2 away, Leicester suffered defeat away at Wolves, and Tottenham did what Tottenham do far too often by beating Manchester City.

In the grand scheme of things it effectively acts as if everyone took one equal step closer to the top four positions. But it’s still tougher to take than we’d like. It’s impossible not intently watching on at what the rest of the chasing pack are up to.

Arsenal vs Wolves Premier League preview: How to watch, predicted lineups, selection decisions & score prediction

Well, one of that very same chasing pack are next up on the agenda as Bruno Lage’s side head to north London seeking revenge as well as their second win in this part of the capital this season.

An interesting set of circumstances will see the two teams face off in the Premier League twice inside a fortnight, setting up an interesting dynamic: do you repeat what you did previously and hope to just do it better? Or is there is a different gameplan to follow considering the home advantage has swapped over?

What is known is that a win for either would be huge for their respective Champions League aims. Wolves clawed their way back into the hunt with victories over Spurs and Leicester. Lage’s side are just two points off Arsenal in seventh position, although they have played one more game than them.

Meanwhile, Arsenal have the chance to move to within one point of Manchester United in fourth and still have full two games in hand on the Red Devils.

It’s awful being Games In Hand FC. You’d always rather the physical points on the board as opposed to dealing in hypotheticals.

Best go out and win then, right? It’s set up for a mouth watering clash.

How to Watch on TV

When Is Kick Off? Thursday 24 February
What Time Is Kick Off? 19:45 (GMT)
Where Is it Played? Emirates Stadium
TV Channel/Live Stream? Prime Video (UK) fuboTV (USA)
Referee? Martin Atkinson

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