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Arsenal vs Wolves LIVE: Stream, TV channel, team news, kick-off time for TONIGHT’S Premier League game

GOOD EVENING FROM NORTH LONDON

Welcome to our live coverage of Arsenal against Wolves in the Premier League.

It’s a year today since Unai Emery was shown the door at the Emirates, but the Mikel Arteta revolution has yet to fully take off in the time since – despite the odd glimmers of hope and moments of brilliance.

However, the Gunners remain consistent in their inconsistency, and continue to languish in the bottom half of the table with four wins and four defeats from their nine games so far.

Given the runaround at Leeds last time out, Arsenal responded with a very good performance at Molde in midweek – albeit against a weaker calibre of opposition.

Pepe too was excellent in Norway, but tonight starts the first of a three-game ban due to his misdemeanor at Elland Road.

Willian and Thomas Partey are doubts following knocks and we must wait to see if Mohamed Elneny and Sead Kolasinac are available after periods of isolation with coronavirus.

In their third successive season back in the top-flight, Wolves are yet to match the standards set in the previous two campaigns.

A point and three places above their opponents, they do at least carry the goalscoring threat that Arsenal currently lack in Raul Jiminez.

Even without the departed Diogo Jota for support, the Mexican has managed four goals so far and remains a danger to even the best defences in the Premier League.

Club captain Conor Coady returns for this trip south having spent time in self-isolation, but Romain Saiss misses out following a positive Covid-19 test of his own.

We’ll have team news shortly with kick-off at the Emirates Stadium scheduled for 7.15pm.

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