Arsenal vs. Wolves match thread: on a high noteArsenal head to the Midlands to take on Wolverhampton Wanderers in their final match before the World Cup break. Manchester City’s loss earlier today ensured that the Gunners will be top of the league when play resumes in December, but picking up three points and extending the lead at the top to five points would be absolutely massive. Wolves are in a weird spot.
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Matheus Nunes will likely miss out with a shoulder problem. Pedro Neto, Sasa Kalajdzic, Raul Jimenez, and Chinquinho are long-term absentees. Diego Costa misses out through a red card suspension. Emile Smith Rowe is still out for Arsenal but is expected back sometime shortly after the World Cup break. Takehiro Tomiyasu came off last weekend as a precaution with a potential muscle injury, but he has been included in Japan’s World Cup squad and Mikel Arteta does not seem concerned about the severity of the problem.
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