Merson and Sutton predict the score for Arsenal v Wolves – What’s your prediction?

Arsenal host Wolves in their final game of the season on Sunday.

Mikel Arteta and his team will seek to complete the season in style by smashing Julien Loptegui and his team. Chris Sutton and Paul Merson both believe the Gunners will win, a victory that could see them return to winning ways after failing to overcome Nottingham Forest and Brighton in their last two games.

Sutton says in his BBC column, “It is slightly worrying for Wolves that there are doubts about Julen Lopetegui’s future because he has done such a good job; they were bottom when he took charge in November. Their season turned out OK, but there could be an uncertain summer ahead at Molineux.”

For his part, Paul Merson revealed on Sportskeeda, “Arsenal need to win and send the fans home well, as it’s been a bad end to a season that promised so much just a few weeks ago. They absolutely have to beat Wolves, and I think they’ll do so comfortably, so I’m going for a 3-0 win.”

Other than these two predictions, Arsenal seems to have the Wolves’ number, as when the two teams met before the World Cup at the Molineux Stadium, Arsenal was the better side, taking a 2-0 win with Martin Odegaard scoring a brace, and Arsenal have won their last 11 final games in a row.

Given how fantastic the Gunners have been for 90% of the season, don’t you believe they owe it to their fans to finish the campaign in style?

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  1. I expect Arsenal to win to end the season on a high and carry the momentum for the next season. That said, I hope Arteta gives starts to all the players who were sidelined for the majority of the season. I also hope Saka gets a well deserved rest and comes on as a late sub in order for the fans to acknowledge their support and gratitude for him to have signed a new contract. Xhaka should get a proper farewell for all that he has done for the Arsenal shirt over these years and happy to note that mostly Nelson will be signing a new contract.

    White Holding Gabriel Tierney
    ESR Jorginho Xhaka
    Nelson Nketiah Trossard

  2. We lost our game 36 and 37 two seasons in a row without scoring, so just like the previous season i expect us to win game 38 without conceding

  3. Am expecting a convincing win in the region of a 5 or 6 nil win to restore some lost pride.

    This is a game Neto will gives all putting hisself back in the shop window to resurrect our intrest in his service.

  4. If. Wolves were fighting relegation it would spice things up a bit but as things stand it’s a ‘nothing’ game. We should win easily though.

  5. Predicting the exact score, before we even know the make up of our team tomorrow, -and there is a real chance some hardly previously used players may feature, due to injuries – is not for we REAL THINKING fans.

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