Arsenal vs Wolves live score, result, updates, highlights from Premier League match

Arsenal look to keep their hold of the Premier League’s top spot as they host Wolves in English top flight action on Saturday. 

The Gunners blasted Lens midweek in Champions League play to secure a spot in the knockout stage, and will be riding high from that brilliant 6-0 victory.

Yet Arsenal can’t switch off even for a moment, as they hold just a one-point lead over defending champions Man City in the standings, and they face a Wolves team that has beaten both Man City and Tottenham in recent weeks.

The Sporting News is following the Arsenal vs Wolves match live, providing score updates, commentary and highlights as they happen.

Arsenal vs Wolves live score

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Kickoff: 3 p.m. local (10 a.m. ET / 7 a.m. PT)
Location: Emirates Stadium (London, England)
Referee: Peter Bankes

Predicted lineups:

Arsenal (4-3-3, right to left): Raya (GK) — White, Saliba, Gabriel, Zinchenko — Odegaard, Rice, Havertz — Saka, Jesus, Martinelli.

Wolves (3-5-2, right to left): Sa (GK) — Kilman, Dawson, T. Gomes — Semedo, Bellegarde, Doylee, Traore, Bueno — Cunha, Hwang.

Arsenal vs Wolves live updates, highlights, commentary

1 hour 15 mins to kick: Last time these two teams matched up, Arsenal ran away as 5-0 winners to close out last season. They came up just short in the title race, but supporters still hailed the campaign as a success.

1 hour 30 mins to kick: Think there could be a goal-line clearance today? It’s possible! These two teams are level for the most this season in the Premier League, with four a-piece.

1 hour 45 mins to kick: For all of Arsenal’s dazzling build-up this year, they are also the most dangerous team from corners in the Premier League. They have collected the most corners in the league by a massive margin, with their 114 corners thus far towering over both Man City and Man United who are in second on 89.

The Gunners have converted those into seven goals, generating an incredible 47 shots worth 4.66 xG from corners, or around 0.10 xG per shot, which is quite a high rate for a set piece!

2 hours to kickoff: Arsenal midfielder Kai Havertz is a changed man. After struggling for much of his time at Chelsea, his poor early form with Arsenal was alarming. Now, after scoring in successive matches, he’s suddenly overflowing with enthusiasm.

Mikel Arteta says the way Chelsea treated the German was a reason for his lack of confidence. “When you’re loved and admired and respected your energy and body language is so much better. That is how he is feeling now.”

We will see if it translates to something more than just a flash in the pan!

Arsenal vs Wolves lineups, team news

Arteta has confirmed Portugal U21 international Fabio Silva will be out for a few weeks after undergoing groin surgery with Emile Smith-Rowe and Thomas Partey still absent. It’s unclear whether Ben White or Takehiro Tomiyasu will start at right-back, with both seeing 45 minutes against Lens. Fabio Vieira is in the midst of his red card suspension after his sending-off against Burnley in mid-November.

The in-form Kai Havertz is set to keep his place after scoring in successive games for the first time in his Arsenal career. On-loan goalkeeper David Raya should come back into net after his absence against parent club Brentford last time out was forced.

Arsenal projected starting lineup (4-3-3): Raya (GK) — White, Saliba, Gabriel, Zinchenko — Odegaard, Rice, Havertz — Saka, Jesus, Martinelli.

Arsenal subs (9): (Lineups released one hour prior to kickoff)

Wolves were frustrated by VAR in their 3-2 Premier League defeat at Fulham last time out, and they saw midfielders Joao Gomes and Mario Lemina pick up suspensions for yellow card accumulation in the process. Tommy Doyle and Boubacar Traore are set to provide cover in the Wolves engine room.

Experienced centre back Craig Dawson is ready to start after a suspension, while Rayan Ait Nouri has been ruled out for at least a month due to injury.

Wolves projected starting lineup (3-5-2): Sa (GK) — Kilman, Dawson, T. Gomes — Semedo, Bellegarde, Doylee, Traore, Bueno — Cunha, Hwang.

Wolves subs (9): (Lineups released one hour prior to kickoff)

How to watch Arsenal vs Wolves

Here’s how to watch this Premier League match across some of the world’s major regions:

Region TV Streaming
USA NBC USA Network, Universo NBC Sports App, Telemundo Deportes En Vivo, Universo NOW
Canada  —

Fubo Canada

UK  —  —
Australia  — Optus Sport
India  — Hotstar VIP,
Hong Kong  — Now TV
Malaysia  — Astro Go
Singapore  — StarHub TV+
New Zealand  — Sky Sport NOW

Arsenal vs Wolves betting odds, lines

Arsenal should manage to secure all three points in this match, but it won’t come easy. Wolves have put up a fight against every top side they’ve played this season, especially over the last few weeks, and Gary O’Neil will have them up for the challenge again here.

Expect a tough fight for the Gunners after their midweek romp, but they should manage to emerge victorious to remain atop the Premier League standings.

MORE: Get a full preview of Arsenal vs. Wolves with best bets, picks, and predictions

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