Arsenal vs Wolves kick-off time, TV and live stream details

After nine games in the Premier League this season, Arsenal find themselves in the second half of the table.

The Gunners have gone into this weekend 12th in the league with 13 points, having lost three of their last five fixtures.

Worryingly they have only found the net once in those five games, a penalty in last month’s 1-0 win away at Manchester United.

They now host a Wolves side that are one point better off in the league.

Both sides will be looking for a win to help propel them up the table and nearer the top teams.

What time is Arsenal vs Wolves?

Mikel Arteta has not seen his Arsenal side score many goals in the league in recent weeks

Kick-off at the Emirates will be at 7.15pm on Sunday.

It’s the last of three Premier League games being played today, with the others being Southampton vs Man Utd and a London derby between two teams eyeing up a title bid, as Tottenham Hotspur travel to Chelsea.

Two more matches will be played on Monday; Leicester vs Fulham and West Ham vs Aston Villa.

Arsenal vs Wolves TV channel and live stream

Nicolas Pepe after being sent off
One man who won’t appear on Sunday is Nicolas Pepe after his red card last weekend against Leeds

Sky Sports will be showing all three Premier League games on Sunday, including Arsenal vs Wolves.

Coverage will be on Sky Sports’ Main Event and Premier League channels from 7pm, rounding off the day’s Super Sunday coverage.

The match can be streamed through Sky Go or NOW TV apps, depending on how you pay for the channels.

Arsenal vs Wolves odds

Wolverhampton Wanderers' Conor Coady passes the ball
Wolves are one point above Arsenal in the table

The Gunners are seeking to avoid an unwanted record – three successive home defeats without scoring for the first time since December 1908.

Arsenal’s defence, the division’s joint-second best, has been let down by an attack that hasn’t scored in open play for five consecutive Premier League matches. Nine goals after nine rounds is Arsenal’s lowest tally since 1986/87.

For Wolves an average of just 0.75 goals scored per away game is poor and also points towards an Under 2.5 goals clash at 6/10.

Arsenal are 21/20 to win and avoid the ignominy of that century-old stat, while the draw is 23/10 and Wolves 14/5.

Odds courtesy of and subject to change.

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