May 28th features a match where Arsenal hosts Wolverhampton Wanderers in a clash of these two extremely mismatched Premier League teams. Weather on match day is looking like a cloudy and cool day, with daytime temperatures of only 14 degrees, which is great football weather. 2nd placed Arsenal is fresh off their 0-1 loss against Nottingham Forest. Taiwo Awoniyi struck first for Nottingham Forest in the 19th minute, and that was all the excitement the two teams could muster In the end, Arsenal couldn’t muster any offence and Nottingham Forest ran away with the shutout win. Arsenal is looking for direction having earned 15 points in their last 10 matches, while wolverhampton Wanderers sits at 13th place in the tables. In their last match they recorded a 1-1 draw against Everton. Hee Chan Hwang struck first for Wolverhampton Wanderers in the 34th minute, then Yerry Mina tied it up for Everton in the 9th minute of the second half’s stoppage time squeezing out at least the one point for Everton. Wolverhampton Wanderers is looking for direction having earned 14 points in their last 10 matches.
On the 12th of November, Wolverhampton Wanderers hosted Arsenal at the Molineux Stadium in their last match together. Arsenal took the match by a score of 2 to 0 in front of almost 35000 dissapointed spectators. Martin Ødegaard struck first for Arsenal in the 55th minute on a feed from Fabio Vieira, then Martin Ødegaard added another in the 75th minute At the end of 90 a dissapointed Wolverhampton Wanderers couldn’t manage to score, and Arsenal took the shutout win.
Rúben Neves and Joachim Andersen are the top scorers for Wolverhampton Wanderers in the last 5 matches, but unfortunately they only have one goal.. Arsenal’s top weapon lately has been Martin Ødegaard, who has three goals in the last five matches.