Premier League leaders Arsenal host Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday afternoon in a highly anticipated clash.
After sealing a place in the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League in grand style with a 6-0 victory over Lens in midweek, the Gunners face another tough battle in the quest to remain top of the Premier League standings.
Wolves approach this fixture off a disappointing 3-2 loss at Craven Cottage last weekend and will hope to bounce back to winning ways when they travel to London.
The visitors have only one win in their last four matches in all competitions while Arsenal have all of their last four games.
Mikel Arteta’s boys will be confident of remaining top of the table ahead of the clash after securing four wins and a draw from their last five meetings against Wolves.
With 15 points from 12 matches, Wolves have been far from impressive this season as they sit in 12th place and Gary O’Neil will hope to improve his side’s tactical approach to the game to turn around the fortunes of Wolves.
Fabio Viera remains the big miss for the hosts while Pedro Neto’s absence is most likely to be heavily felt by the visitors at the Emirates.
Kickoff is scheduled for 15:00 GMT.