They’ve done the business against Watford, they repeated it against Napoli, and now Arsenal have to do it against Wolves.
After two back-to-back wins on the road, Arsenal look to have found their stride away from home after a season of persistent form issues whilst away from the Emirates, but a shock defeat to Crystal Palace on Easter Sunday has disrupted what looked to be like a run of form that will get the Gunners over the line for a top-four spot, and now they head into their hardest remaining game of the season.
Wolves might have slumped in recent weeks, but there’s no question that this is a game that Arsenal will find difficult. Nuno Espirito Santo’s side were unlucky to leave the Emirates with just a point in the reverse fixture earlier in the season, and their form against top-six teams at home give the Gunners a disadvantage.
Arsenal will be heading into this game well aware that they need a win and nothing else, and that failing to do so will gift Chelsea and Manchester United the chance to slip into fourth place in the table.
Although the Gunners head to Molineux off the back of an embarrassing defeat to Palace, they should be confident in themselves of pulling off a result despite the odds being against them.
If they can play with the same urgency and energy they played with against Napoli last week, the Gunners can easily find themselves on the winning end of the match. Saying it is one thing, though, doing it is another, and Arsenal will need to put on a big performance if they want to return to north London with three points.
Arsenal fans, can the Gunners get a win away to Wolves? Let us know!
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