Arsenal Vs Wolves Free Tips [2nd Nov]
Published on 31/10/19
Arsenal vs Wolves (November 2) is one of Saturdays afternoon’s more interesting Premier League games. Arsenal’s season has stalled in recent weeks, with Unai Emery struggling to pick his best team from a pool of young talent. Wolves also look in the mood to test the Gunners resolution as, after a slow start to the season, they’re now unbeaten in their last five Premier League games.
Check out our stats, analysis, and free tips for Arsenal vs Wolves.
Arsenal vs Wolves Free Tips Analysis
15:00 Kick Off on 2nd Nov
Arsenal vs Wolves Match Details
Arsenal vs Wolves kicks-off at the Emirates Stadium at 3.00pm on Saturday 2 November.
The Emirates Stadium remains the main source of points for Arsenal. They’ve collected eleven of their 16 points in an unbeaten home run of three wins and two draws. But they’ve not been dominating their matches.
They kicked-off with a 2-1 win over Burnley and then needed to come back from 2-0 down to draw against Tottenham. They also had to come from behind against Aston Villa, scraped a 1-0 win over Bournemouth, and let a 2-0 lead slip in their draw with Crystal Palace last weekend. That means Bournemouth are the only visiting team not to have scored at the Emirates this season.
Wolves seemed to get off to a poor start this season, but they’ve only been beaten by Everton and Chelsea, whilst they’ve won twice and drawn their other six matches.
Their only defeat away from home came against Everton, but they’re now back in the sort of form that saw them finish seventh last season.
The highlight of their season is their 2-0 win at Manchester City, and they’ve also drawn away at Leicester, Crystal Palace, and Newcastle.
Leicester remains the only team that Wolves have failed to score against this season, whilst they’ve only kept three clean sheets.
Arsenal vs Wolves Head-To-Heads
Arsenal and Wolves have played each other 10 times in the Premier League and Arsenal have won seven of them, three at home and four away from home.
Wolves can only boast one home win, but that was last season when they beat Arsenal 3-1 in April having taken a 3-0 lead by half time.
Wolves also led for most of last season’s game at the Emirates having taken the lead in the 13th minute, but Arsenal claimed a point when Mkhitaryan equalised in the 86th minute.