Arsenal vs Wolves predictions: Gunners can see out season in style
Arsenal missed out on a first Premier League title since 2004 this season but it has nonetheless been a scintillating campaign from Mikel Arteta's men, who host Wolves on the final day.
The Gunners are guaranteed to finish second regardless of the result, while Wolves are locked in mid-table obscurity with little to play for other than pride.
Reiss Nelson, Bukayo Saka and Leandro Trossard are all being monitored by the Gunners, who will be without Gabriel Martinelli, William Saliba, Takehiro Tomiyasu, Oleksandr Zinchenko and Mohamed Elneny.
Wolves will not have manager Julen Lopetegui on the sidelines as he prepares to serve a one-game touchline ban following his fourth yellow card of the season in the game against Everton.
The visitors will also be without Sasa Kalajdzic and Chiquinho.
Arsenal have won 13 of their 18 Premier League matches at the Emirates Stadium this season.
On the road Wolves have been poor recently, failing to win any of their last seven away fixtures in the Premier League.
As part of that away run, Lopetegui's side have scored only four goals, drawing three blanks in the process.
Arsenal shot-stopper Aaron Ramsdale has kept 13 clean sheets in this season's Premier League. Only David De Gea (17), Alisson (14) and Nick Pope (14) have kept more.
Arsenal will be disappointed to have not taken the title race to the final day of the season but second spot is still a fantastic achievement for Arteta's side, who should run out comfortable winners against Wolves on the final day.
The Gunners have been guilty of taking their foot off the pedal of late, losing without scoring against Brighton and Nottingham Forest, but both of those matches were against teams with something to fight for.
On Sunday, however, Arsenal will be back in front of their own fans and should be in a jubilant mood with the future looking bright for Arteta's side.
They are up against a Wolves team who are locked in mid-table and have been underwhelming on the road recently, failing to win any of their last seven away fixtures in the Premier League.
Lopetegui has done a tremendous job at the Midlands club, lifting them off the foot of the Premier League table and guiding them to safety.
But his influence on the final day will be diminished as he is banned from the sidelines and his side may struggle to even lay a glove on this Arsenal team.
Wolves have lost their last two away games 6-0 against Brighton and 2-0 against Manchester United and another defeat without scoring could be on the cards.
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