Arsenal vs Wolves Preview and Prediction.
Arsenal plays Wolves at the Emirates. Mikel Arteta will tinker and select his final starting lineup for this Premier League season. Fans want to see the team finish the season strong, ideally with a victory.
Despite the fact that everyone was aware of who might not play against Wolves, Arteta’s pre-game press conference was interesting. As the season came to a close, journalists were curious to learn more about the manager’s feelings.. As well as his thoughts on the title and his future plans.
Saka, Reiss Nelson, and Leandro Trossard may have been disqualified by Arteta because of recent problems, according to fitness updates. We’ve had some problems lately, as you’ve probably noticed. Some players not being able to play and take part in the games with Reiss. Leo and I have a small problem that has been going on with Bukayo.
The only Wolves players still in the treatment area are Chiquinho and Sasa Kalajdzic, who are both recovering from serious knee injuries and will watch from the sidelines here.
In North London, Raul Jimenez ought to get some playing time. He infamously fractured his skull in a sickening head-on collision with David Luiz during the 2020–21 season. Lopetegui has demonstrated a willingness to rotate with nothing but pride on the line, and after admitting guilt over depriving the Mexican striker of a proper Molineux farewell, he should do so.
Given the caliber of the opposition, Lopetegui might be persuaded to reinstate Matheus Nunes and Matheus Cunha in the starting lineup, but Daniel Bentley should keep Sa, who may leave this summer, at bay in goal for the third straight contest.
Ramsdale; White, Kiwior, Gabriel, Tierney; Odegaard, Xhaka, Jorginho; Nelson, Jesus, Smith Rowe
Bentley; Semedo, Kilman, Dawson, Toti; A. Traore, Lemina, Neves, Nunes; Cunha, Jimenez
Arsenal 1-0 Wolverhampton Wanderers