Arsenal will play its game in hand on Wednesday and they will be making a visit to Wolverhampton who have been pretty good against top six sides this season despite having been promoted to EPL a year ago. The gunners will be hoping to get all the three points since their chances of getting a top four finish are now slim after Crystal Palace defeated them at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday.
Wolverhampton have been impressive this year but their season has begun falling apart as they lost in the FA Cup semi finals against Watford and are now in the 10th position on the Premier League table after getting just one point in their last two matches. A win over the gunners would help them have more hope of getting in the 7th position on the Premier League table so that they can play in the UEFA Europa League next season.
It is unclear if Arsenal boss Unai Emery will focus more on the UEFA Europa League or just be using his best starting eleven in their last four Premier League matches of the season since a place in the Premier League top four is at stake at the moment after they lost to Crystal Palace at the weekend.
The gunners struggled in the reverse fixture last year even though the match was played at the Emirates Stadium, so Unai Emery will now need to mentally prepare his players for this game because Wolves have already beaten Chelsea and Manchester United at the Molineux Stadium.
WOLVERHAMPTON VS ARSENAL
24TH/APRIL/2019 @ 19:45 UK TIME