Arsenal 2-1 Wolves highlights | Premier League 2023/24 matchday 14

TTSK – (Arsenal 2-1 Wolves). Round 14 of Premier League. All parameters are strongly in favor of the home team, this is a very good opportunity for the Gunners to accumulate 3 more points in the Premier League this season.

Video Arsenal 2-1 Wolves 


Arsenal welcomes Wolves at home in round 14 of the Premier League. Coach Arteta’s team just had to play in the middle of the week but they still entered the game very proactively. Wolves also accepted to play in a defensive position without many pillars.


Arsenal created a fiery attack


However, the away team could only stand for 6 minutes. Saka started with a good horizontal pass, then Jesus and Tomiyasu bounced off the wall well to create an opportunity for Saka to finish the score. The early goal gave the home team psychological momentum and the second goal soon came.

In the 13th minute, Arsenal had another rhythmic coordination phase. Zinchenko passed back well and Odegaard finished accurately to double the gap. Wolves appeared too weak in their attacks under Arsenal’s pressure.

The home team had a few more situations, but Martinelli shot into the post and Jesus finished from 2 meters away. At the end of the first half, Arsenal had a 2-goal advantage.


In the second half, Arsenal actively slowed down the pace of the match despite having superior possession of the ball. Therefore, the chances were few and most were long shots, but Rice or Saka were not successful.



It seemed like the match would end quite boringly, but suddenly came another surprise. In the 86th minute, Cunha curled a shot from outside the penalty area that Raya could not block. Just 2 minutes later, Nketiah had a chance to score, but his shot hit the post. In the end, Arsenal won against Nketiah.

FT: Arsenal 2-1 Wolves


Arsenal: Saka 6′, Odegaard 13′

Wolves: Cunha 86′

Start lineups

Logo Arsenal - ARSArsenal: Raya, Zinchenko, Gabriel, Saliba, Tomiyasu, Odegaard, Rice, Trossard, Martinelli, Saka, Jesus

Logo Wolverhampton Wanderers - WOLWolves: Jose Sa, Semedo, Dawson, Kilman, Toti, Doyle, Bueno, Bellegarde, Traore, Cunha, Hwang Hee Chan

Arsenal entered the match with Wolves with a series of 4 consecutive victories in all competitions. They are also the club with the best defense in the Premier League this season with only 10 goals conceded. The home field is also a fulcrum to help the Gunners achieve good results this season. Accordingly, the London team has not suffered any defeat at Emirates Stadium in any competition.

Arsenal won the last 2 matches against Wolves. In May this year, the Gunners defeated their opponents 5-0 at home, and in the first leg they also beat Wolves 2-0 on their opponent’s field. Arsenal has defeated the Wolves in 4 of the last 6 meetings.



On the other side of the front line, Wolves just suffered a 2-3 defeat at Fulham’s field. That was the match in which they let the opponent score 2 goals on the penalty spot. Wolves coach Gary O’Neil confirmed to Sky Sports that PGMOL (the Premier League’s professional match referee committee) called him to apologize for the incorrect VAR situations that led to loss 2. -3 for the Wolves against Fulham. However, that could not change the result of the match.