WATCH LIVE >> Arsenal vs Wolves Live stream Premier league 2019 Online Live Streaming, Preview & TV channel Links Full HD

WATCH LIVE >> Arsenal vs Wolves Live stream Premier league 2019 Online Live Streaming, Preview & TV channel Links Full HD

WATCH LIVE >> Arsenal vs Wolves Live stream Premier league 2019 Online Live Streaming, Preview & TV channel Links Full HD

Arsenal play host to Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon looking to close the gap to fourth position in the standings.

Meanwhile, Wolves, playing their fourth successive away match in all competitions, are keen to build a clear margin between themselves and the bottom three.

There have been times this season when Arsenal’s supporters have been left optimistic about the future, despite their summer additions still looking to justify their respective price-tags and live up to their reputations.

However, as it stands, a number of factors have resulted in a mini-crisis at the Gunners, which has only intensified over the past week-and-a-half.

While failing to take advantage of holding leads against Crystal Palace and Liverpool will disappoint fans, the fallout from Granit Xhaka’s angry outburst to sections of the stands cheering his substitution versus the latter will concern their followers.

There remains an uncertainty over who will hold the captain’s armband, both in the short and long term, and Unai Emery is allegedly at odds with his squad over who should carry that responsibility.

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Whether that is resolved before the meeting with Wolves remains to be seen, although Emery will have quickly become aware that he must provide the right answers on the pitch and behind the scenes.

Despite the Spaniard being able to point to the club still sitting in fifth position, another poor result could leave the North Londoners in mid-table, which would only increase the scrutiny of this opinion-dividing side.

Supporters will feel more encouraged with the recent contributions of club-record signing Nicolas Pepe, although Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has now gone three Premier League outings without a goal.

Most of Arsenal’s recent issues have come at the back, but those further forward also have a duty to deliver at the other end of the pitch if their team are to overcome their current struggles.

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