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Furthermore, the hosts have only managed to take maximum points from one of their last six Premier League matches on home soil, and should Arsenal manage to breach Santo’s defence on Tuesday, Wolves would have failed to keep a clean sheet in seven top-flight matches at Molineux.
Life does not get any easier for Wolves after the visit of Arsenal either, as they must take on Leicester City before a double-header with Southampton in the league and FA Cup in February, so a shock win against the Gunners would be the perfect tonic for Santo’s men heading into a taxing fortnight.
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The Arsenal vs. Manchester United fixture does not possess the same ‘clash of the titans’ label as it did during the Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger days, and Saturday’s game most certainly had the feel of two teams out to avoid defeat rather than going all guns blazing for a win.
Both sides had brilliant chances to win – Edinson Cavani’s volley went inches wide and Alexandre Lacazette’s free kick cannoned off the bar – but there were no goals to be had as Arsenal extended their unbeaten league run to seven matches with that 0-0 draw.
NAME: Wolverhampton – Arsenal
DATE: 2 Feb 2021
TIME: 18:00 UTC
VENUE: Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton, England