Arsenal vs Wolves: How to watch Live, TV Channels, team news, Kick-off time
Arsenal play Wolves at Emirates Stadium on Saturday in an attempt to maintain their lead in the Premier League.
WATCH LIVE ARSENAL vs. WOLVES
Mikel Arteta’s side are top of the Premier League table, one point ahead of Manchester City, after a 1-0 win against Brentford last weekend due to Kai Havertz’s late winner. The Gunners have been tough rather than regal this season, which Arteta will accept given that they have only lost once and have improved defensively, with Declan Rice providing a fantastic shield. This season, Arsenal has preserved the most clean sheets (6) and conceded the fewest goals (10) in the Premier League.
Wolves were defeated 3-2 at Fulham on Monday night, with Gary O’Neill once again criticizing VAR after the west Midlands club was on the receiving end of some contentious decisions to award Fulham two penalty kicks and ignore a potential red card. Wolves have performed admirably this season and should have at least six more points than their current total of 15. Surely, their fortunes will improve as the season progresses, since O’Neil is doing an excellent job of steering the ship following a tumultuous summer at Molineux.
How to watch Arsenal vs. Wolves live, with the live stream and start time
Kick off: 10am ET, Saturday (December 2)
TV Channel: Channels Link
Focus on Arsenal, team news
The Gunners have a busy week ahead of them because they are in Champions League action, so Arteta will rotate his lineup slightly, but he will have David Raya back in goal after he was unavailable to play against parent club Brentford last weekend. Aaron Ramsdale came in and did well, but you could tell he was nervous now that Raya is the definitive Arsenal No. 1.
Thomas Partey (thigh), Emile Smith-Rowe (knee), Jurrien Timber (torn ACL – season-ending), and Fabio Vieira (hip) are all out.
Focus on Wolves, team news
Wolves have a very established team this season, and the 3-5-2 style has worked incredibly well, with Hwang Hee-chan and Matheus Cunha both scoring against Fulham and in good form in attack while O’Neill eagerly awaits the return of Pedro Neto from illness. The return of the Portuguese winger is expected soon, which will be a great boost.
Joe Hodge (shoulder), Pedro Neto (thigh) are out. Rayan Ait Nouri (ankle) is questionable.