When is Wolves v Arsenal?
Barring any health emergencies, the game is scheduled to take place on Saturday July 4.
What time does Wolves v Arsenal kick-off?
The game is scheduled for a 5.30pm kick-off and is one of five Premier League matches that day.
What is at stake?
Rather a lot, as it happens. Wolves are hoping to take advantage of Leicester’s stuttering form and get themselves into the Champions League for next season. They are currently just off the pace, although they also have Manchester United and Chelsea in their path too.
Arsenal hammered Norwich 4-0 last time out to boost their chances of getting into the Europa League next season, but inconsistency has blighted their season so far and they will be keen not to fall into that trap again here.
Where can I watch Wolves v Arsenal?
The match will be broadcast by Sky Sports.
Is Wolves v Arsenal free-to-air?
It’s not, no, meaning you are either going to need a Sky Sports subscription to watch it or buy a Now TV sports pass.
What is the team news?
Wolves have no injury or suspension worries at all ahead of the game, giving Nuno the luxury of having a full squad from which to pick his team.
Sadly for Mikel Arteta, Arsenal can’t say the same. First choice goalkeeper Berndt Leno is out with the injury he sustained against Brighton and is likely to miss the rest of the season at least. Brazilian pair Gabriel Martinelli and Pablo Mari are also sidelined.
Matteo Guendouzi may return to the squad though after falling out of favour.
What happened in the reverse match?
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Raul Jimenez were on target as the two sides played out an absorbing 1-1 draw back in November.
What are the odds?
Wolves are the favourites here with odds of around 13/10. Arsenal and the draw are both priced at around 12/5.