Arsenal extended their unbeaten run in the Premier League to seven matches on Saturday, though they were unable to find a way past Manchester United.
After a torrid autumn in 2020, the pressure has eased on boss Mikel Arteta. That’s partly thanks to the form of youngsters Bukayo Saka and Emile Smith Rowe who have helped reinvigorate the Gunners in recent weeks.
Saka could sit out tonight though, having also missed Saturday’s draw with a sore hip. Kieran Tierney will also undergo a late fitness test.
The two sides last met on November 29 in a match that has had a major impact on Wolves ‘ season.
Although the Black Country side emerged as 2-1 victors that day, it was the injury to striker Raúl Jiménez that has had a long-lasting impact.
The Mexican suffered a fractured skull in a sickening clash of heads with Arsenal defender David Luiz, and hasn’t played since.
In the 11 league fixtures since, Nuno Espirito Santo’s men have won just one and averaged less than a goal a game.
What time is Wolves vs Arsenal?
It’s a 6pm kick-off at Molineux on Tuesday evening.
At the same time bottom of the Premier League plays second bottom, as Sheffield United host West Brom.
Wolves vs Arsenal TV channel and live stream
All midweek Premier League matches are again being shown on BT Sport.
Wolves vs Arsenal is on BT Sport 1, with coverage starting at 5.30pm. Man Utd vs Southampton will follow on at 8pm.
On BT Sport 2 fans can watch Sheffield United host West Brom, and then Newcastle vs Crystal Palace.
Former Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey could also be in action on BT Sport ESPN at 7.45pm when his Juventus side go to Inter Milan in the Coppa Italia semi final first leg.