Arsenal v Wolves Betting Odds

Wolves have been behind at half time in only five away trips this season while Arsenal have led at the break just four times at home.

Arsenal welcome Wolves in the Premier League this Saturday afternoon but are sure to have one eye on Wednesday evening's Champions League clash with Barcelona.

The Gunners will be eager to banish the demons of last week's inexcusable surrender of a four-goal lead at Newcastle, though their opponents will be in high spirits following their record-ending win over Manchester United.

Arsene Wenger's liberty to rest players ahead of midweek commitments may be curtailed by fitness worries to his squad. However, Johan Djourou's knee injury is not as serious as first feared while Alex Song and Denilson could also be available following minor knocks. Mick McCarthy, meanwhile, has no new injury concerns following last week's shock victory.

Wolves Pack Midfield Hunting Ground

Since a 3-2 loss to Tottenham in November, Arsenal are unbeaten in their last ten in all competitions at the Emirates. Winning eight of those games, the Gunners have scored an average of just over two goals per game and conceded only six in total.

Wolves have the worst away record in the top flight this term with ten defeats from 12 games. Scoring just nine times on the road, they have conceded an average of two per game and haven't shared the points, home or away, in 17 league contests. Their win at Liverpool was their only away victory in 15 attempts, having lost 12 times.

The visitors have lost their last eleven meetings with Arsenal in all competitions and in five Premier League encounters, have scored just twice and conceded 13. Yet, the Gunners required a last-minute winner to ensure all three points in this fixture last season - coincidentally before a Champions League trip to Barcelona - and they have laboured against lesser opposition at home several times already this season.

Wolves will pack the midfield and provide the sort of physical test Arsenal simply do not enjoy. Should the home side fail to breakthrough early, it may well end up being another close affair. Arsenal are 1/4 to win with Wolves out at 14/1 and the Draw 5/1.

Gunners Held At Half Time

Arsenal's last seven games in all competitions have seen three goals or more, as have five of Wolves' last seven. The Black Country side have failed to score in just five of their twelve away matches this campaign while Arsenal have scored in all but two at home. Over 2.5 Goals is available at 8/15 with 11/8 on offer for Over 3.5 Goals.

Wolves have been behind at half time in only five away trips this season while Arsenal have led at the break just four times at home. The Half Time Draw can be backed at 2/1 with a 0-0 and 1-1 Half Time Score around 3/1 and 10/1 respectively.

Cesc Fabregas has four goals in his last six home appearances for Arsenal, two of which have been penalties. The Gunners' captain is 11/2 to be First Goalscorer with 2/1 about a penalty being taken.


Written By:- Jaymes Monte (About our Authors)
Posted on:- 11/02/2011 - 13:44 PM
Filed in:- Premier League Betting News, Arsenal, West Ham United


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