April 19, 2024 2:05 PM
Alex Lawes

Wolves vs Arsenal Preview & Prediction | 2023-24 English Premier League

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When is Wolves vs Arsenal on and what time does it start? Wolves vs Arsenal will take place on Saturday 20th April, 2024 – 19:30 (UK)

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Gary O’Neil may be feeling under a little bit of pressure with his constant complaints against officiating becoming a little tiresome now and he has also launched into a bit of a dig at the club’s hierarchy at Wolverhampton Wanderers, insisting he will need to be backed over the summer transfer window.

Aside from those two off-field issues, Wolves have also begun to stagnate in the Premier League, too, as their march for a potential UEFA Europa Conference League qualifying spot gets halted. They shared a 2-2 draw with Nottingham Forest at the City Ground last weekend and that means they have won just one of their last seven matches across all competitions.


For a third successive season, Arsenal are enduring an underwhelming month of April with their end of season aspirations beginning to fade away. The Gunners slipped out of the top four two years ago before combusting in the title race last season and they come into this one on the back of just two victories in their last six matches across all competitions.

The Gunners come into this one on the back of suffering a 1-0 defeat to Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena in midweek, losing their UEFA Champions League quarter-final tie by three goals to two on aggregate. Mikel Arteta’s reign at Arsenal has been an impressive one occasionally undermined by failing to react to poor performances and results and allowing themselves to fall into bad runs.



Gary O'Neil had a busy pre-match press conference with lots of injury and team news to give. The former Bournemouth manager has confirmed that both Nelson Semedo and Matheus Cunha are 'out'.

Hwang Hee-chan can apparently only play 45 minutes this weekend so it is not known in which half. Rayan Ait-Nouri may be available for the bench, whilst both Craig Dawson and Jean-Ricner Bellegarde also out injured.

PREDICTED XI (3-5-2): Sa; S. Bueno, Kilman, Toti; Doherty, Doyle, Joao Gomes, Lemina, H. Bueno; Sarabia, Hwang

UNAVAILABLE: Dawson (Injured), Semedo (Injured), Pedro Neto (Injured), Bellegarde (Injured), Cunha (Injured)

QUESTIONABLE: Ait-Nouri (Injured)


Mikel Arteta has confirmed that Jurrien Timber remains some way off playing for the Gunners this season but he has been back in first-team training for a couple of weeks now.

Bar the Dutchman, the title challengers have no other injury concerns or suspension issues so Arteta can choose his strongest possible eleven from the rest of the squad.

PREDICTED XI (4-3-3): Raya; White, Saliba, Gabriel, Kiwior; Odegaard, Jorginho, Rice; Saka, Havertz, Trossard

UNAVAILABLE: Timber (Injured)



Arsenal have had a difficulty in reacting to setbacks. They have gone behind in 11 games so far this season in the league only turned the game around on one occasion. When they hit poor form, like they did before taking a winter break in Dubai in January, they tend to lose several games on the bounce. Wolves have had success in playing a pragmatic and detailed game plan which has seen them defeat the likes of Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea at Molineux. As a result, value could well be found in siding with Wolves.


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