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Arsenal vs Wolverhampton Wanderers, Premier League: live score and latest updates

Make sure you're giving a follow to @Wolves on twitter for all the behind the scenes build-up as Nuno's men face the Gunners in their latest match of the 2020/21 Premier League campaign at 7.15pm. Our live video show Matchday Live Extra gets underway at 6.30pm and will see regular hosts Mikey Burrows and Andy Thompson, who will be live from Molineux, joined via video link by the usual panel of former Wolves goalkeeper Carl Ikeme and striker Chris Iwelumo, as well as a range of special guests. Matchday Live Extra also features full kick-by-kick commentary of Wolves' clash with Arsenal, as well as half-time and post-match analysis, and exclusive player interviews. For all the build-up, live match commentary and post-match reaction from the Emirates clash click here. For the best viewing experience on mobile and tablet, check out the Wolves App – download it now on iOS here and on Android here, including access to: Arsenal are looking to end a torrid run of Premier League form as they welcome Wolves to the Emirates this evening.

The Gunners have won just one of their last five League games and have not scored from open play in that time, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's penalty in the win at Manchester United their only goal top-flight goal since early October. The Europa League has at least provided some solace and Mikel Arteta's side booked their place in the knockout round as group winners with victory over Molde on Thursday. Their opponents form has also dipped in recent weeks, with a win over Crystal Palace Wolves' only triumph in their last four games. Arsenal lineup: Leno, Bellerin, Luiz, Gabriel, Tierney, Ceballos, Xhaka, Willian, Willock, Saka, Aubameyang Sign up NOW to get the latest Wolves news direct to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribing We have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Invalid Email Wolverhampton Wanderers head to Arsenal on Sunday evening with both sides looking to kick-start their respective Premier League seasons. Wolves could climb back into the European places should they beat Mikel Arteta's side tonight while Arsenal will be hoping to end a two-match winless run in the top flight.

The hosts sit in 14th with 13 points while Wolves are four places above them with one more point from their nine games so far. Wolves, who drew 1-1 with Southampton last time out, kick off a tricky run of fixtures against Arsenal that will see them play Liverpool, Aston Villa, Chelsea, Burnley, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United before the end of the year. Arsenal, meanwhile, looked like they were making strides under Arteta following a first win at Man United since 2006 at the beginning of the month before being shocked 3-0 by Villa before the international break. A 0-0 draw at Leeds United last week marred by ill discipline from winger Nicolas Pepe saw them register a second straight game without a goal and they will be keen to put that right today. So it's a big game for both sides and one that is sure to draw in plenty of neutral interest from elsewhere.

As part of the Premier League's agreement while matches are still being played behind closed doors because of the coronavirus pandemic, all top-flight games are being shown on subscription television domestically. Tonight's match is being shown live on Sky Sports, with coverage on the satellite provider's Main Event and Premier League channels. The pre-match build-up begins at 7pm on both channels and the game is also being broadcast in Ultra HD for those with compatible devices. Fans who don't have Sky Sports on subscription can also tune into the game through Now TV, with the streaming provider offering day passes for £9.99. To your inbox There's a quick and easy way to stay on top of all the Wolverhampton Wanderers news with our daily newsletter.

Delivered straight into your email inbox each day, the bulletins will feature the latest Wolves news, views, gossip and opinion. We also have a free app which you can download. It is always up-to-date with the latest news from across the region. Now TV is available on most smart televisions and set-top boxes while viewers who subscribe to BT TV and Virgin Media can also access Sky Sports through their provider. Viewers abroad can watch the game on a plethora of channels, with the match being screened on beIN Sports in the MENA (Middle East and North Africa) region and beyond including in South America and across Europe. Hello and welcome to Telegraph Sport's live coverage of the Premier League match between Arsenal and Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Emirates. Arsenal will be without record signing Nicolas Pepe as the Ivory Coast forward is banned after his red card for headbutting Leeds United's Ezgjan Alioski during the 0-0 draw last weekend. For Wolves, Conor Coady has returned to training after missing Monday's 1-1 draw with Southampton. He was forced to self-isolate and pull out of the England squad this month after coming into contact with someone with coronavirus and missed his first Wolves league game in over three years. Romain Saiss has also been self-isolating and will not feature tonight. Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta, meanwhile, has admitted "something is missing" from his side as they look to end a wait of nearly eight hours for a Premier League goal from open play. As Wolves arrive at the Emirates, the Gunners have taken just one point from their last two fixtures either side of the international break. A 1-0 win at Manchester United on November 1 came courtesy of a Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang penalty and appeared to promise progress for Arsenal under Arteta. But a 3-0 defeat at home to Aston Villa and a goalless stalemate at Leeds saw them head into the weekend seven points adrift of the leaders and without a goal from open play in the league for 476 minutes. "The position probably that I believe we should have been in and where we are at the moment, it's two games (difference)," said Arteta. "That's four to six points and it makes the whole difference and the small margins where we lose the game or win the game, it's incredibly narrow. "We are on the edge of winning or losing a football match and we again are humble and conscious of that and at the moment we don't have to steal those margins and any game is going to be really difficult." Sunday marks a year since Unai Emery was sacked as Arsenal head coach - with Arteta eventually appointed as his replacement last December. Arsenal vs Wolves Bigibet Tips: Latest odds, team news, preview and predictions The Gunners will host the rivals having failed to keep a clean sheet in the last seven games which is their longest run without a league shutout will host for a Premier League encounter at the Emirates on Sunday enjoying a good past record against Nuno Espirito Santo's side. Arsenal vs Wolves Latest Odds Arsenal have lost just one of their last 19 top-flight meetings with Wolves (W13 D5) and a 14th win has been valued at (2.10) with Bigibet. Wolves are winless in their last nine away league games against Arsenal (D4 L5) since a 3-2 victory in September 1979 but a win on Sunday has been tipped at (3.50). In the last 19 games, Arsenal have drawn five times against Wolves whereas Santo's charges have drawn in four of their nine previous games and a draw on Sunday has been tipped to happen at (3.40). Arsenal vs Wolves Team News Mikel Arteta will miss Nicolas Pepe for Sunday's match due to suspension as he was sent off in their last match against Leeds. Ghanaian international Thomas Partey is likely to miss due to a thigh injury while Willian could be available after a calf injury setback. Mohamed Elneny and Sead Kolasinac could be available after they returned positive coronavirus tests during the international break. Wolves are set to welcome back Conor Coady after he missed his first game in about three years. He did not face in the previous game for he was self-isolating after he had come into contact with a Covid-19 positive individual. A positive coronavirus test will sideline Romain Saiss as he is still self-isolated. Arsenal vs Wolves Preview Arsenal are averaging just 9.1 shots-per-game in the Premier League this season, their lowest on record in a single campaign in the competition since 1997-98. Indeed, their lowest three average shots-per-game figures have been in the last three seasons - 12.3 in 2018-19 and 10.7 in 2019-20. Since Wolves were promoted back to the Premier League in 2018, Raul Jimenez has scored 32% of their goals in the division (34/107). Of the ever-present teams in that time, only Jamie Vardy at Leicester (36%) and Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (33%) have scored a higher share of their side's goals since 2018-19. Arsenal and Wolves Tips and Predictions Arsenal haven't kept a clean sheet in any of their last seven Premier League home games, their longest run without a league shutout at home since a run of nine between January-August 2007. After a 10-game unbeaten run in Premier League games in London (W5 D5), Wolves have lost their last two in the capital by an aggregate score of 0-6. Punters can therefore take an offer of over 2.5 goals at (2.30) with Bigibet.