Wolves Vs Arsenal Dream11 Prediction: The SportsRush brings you the Dream11 tips between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Arsenal.
Wolves will face off Arsenal in the Premier League at Molineux on Wednesday night. The Gunners faced an unexpected defeat in the hands of Crystal Palace, but they will face a firm test against Nuno Santo’s side who have barely put a foot wrong against the top sides in the Premier League.
Wolves sit tenth in the league table and face a fight with Everton, Watford, and Leicester City for the seventh spot which will enable them to take part in the Europa League Qualifiers. At the other side, the Gunners are facing a fight to finish in the top four.
It will be an interesting game as both the sides battle out for two different reasons.
We shall look at the Dream11 picks between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Arsenal.
Dream11 team for Wolves Vs Arsenal
Rui Patricio: Since Wolves play five men at the back, it will be tough to break their defense for the opponents. The Portuguese International has kept seven clean sheets in the Premier League campaign and will hope for the same in the forthcoming day also. He possesses a good shot-stopping method coupled with good reading of the game.
Sokratis Papastathopoulos: Sokratis Papastathopoulos has been the only consistent defender for the Gunners since the inception of the season. Greece International is a leader in the back and stabilizes the backline with consistent orders. He is not known for his scoring abilities, but his defensive astuteness at the back makes himself indispensable for Arsenal currently.
Willy Boly: Willy Boly is an integral part of Nuno Santo’s setup having made 32 appearances this season, missing the other two via suspension. He is physical and has the capability to muscle out players to win duels in the backline. Besides, he has found the back of the net four times which makes him a threat from the set pieces.
Nacho Monreal: Nacho Monreal saw his side go down to Crystal Palace from the bench. However, he is anticipated to be reinstated in the starting eleven following a calamitous outing from Shkodran Mustafi. The Spanish International is an ever-reliant contributor with goals. He has set up three and scored once throughout this season.
Sead Kolasinac: Since Unai Emery operates with three centre-backs, the defensive burden for Sead Kolasinac will be less. The Bosnian likes to make overlapping runs by providing width to the midfielders and attackers. He has five assists to his name and could torment the opponent full-back, Doherty, who is not sound defensively.
Matt Doherty: Matt Doherty is one of the finest performers for Wolves this campaign. The Irish International likes to link up with Raul Jimenez and Ruben Neves who provide ever-reliant support to cause havoc to the opponent’s defense. He makes plenty of forward runs with his nimble feet and interlinks with the attackers. He has three goals and four assists this term.
Ruben Neves: Ruben Neves is the anchor for Wolverhampton Wanderers in the middle of the park. The Portuguese International likes to sit back with the defense and act as the guitarist for the hosts. Having already found the back of the net thrice and assisting twice, Neves is the prime set piece taker and releases long rangers for fun.
Lucas Torreira: Lucas Torreira has been slightly on the slower side in recent weeks, but he has the talent to up his gear when required. The Gunners midfielder plays double pivot with another defensive midfielder, but he has the license to roam forward. He has 44 appearances this season in all competitions, scoring on two occasions and finding his teammate on two occasions.
Diogo Jota: It took time for Diogo Jota to adapt to the Premier League, but he has done with plum with his strike partner up front. He has scored seven goals and has four assists to his name this campaign. Besides, he does the defensive part of the game by tracking back with the midfielders and full-backs.
Raul Jimenez (C): Raul Jimenez, who is on loan from Benfica has impressed Nuno Santo to warrant a place in the starting lineup. Jimenez has made 19 goal contributions this season, scoring 12 and setting up his teammates on seven occasions. It has been a great season for the Mexican who is deadly in front of the goal.
Pierre Emerick Aubameyang (VC): Pierre Emerick Aubameyang will need supply from the players around him. But, he is anticipated to work hard to win plenty of duels up front and create many chances for himself because of the opponent’s defensive resilience. He can win headers which makes him an automatic threat possesser from the set pieces.
Disclaimer: This team is made on the basis of our research for the game. This XI is what we think would work – you’re free to choose your own XI.