The Gunners recorded a third successive win in league and cup on Wednesday evening with a comfortable 4-0 home triumph over relegation-threatened Norwich City.
The win over the Canaries capped off a fine week for Mikel Arteta and his players after they made it three wins inside a week to put the disappointing defeats at the hands of Manchester City and Brighton & Hove Albion firmly out of their minds.
But after a superb result against a Norwich side staring relegation in the face, Arsenal can ill-afford to get too carried away with themselves, as they now face a Wolves side that have enjoyed a flying start to the Premier League restart, winning all three of their post-lockdown matches without conceding a goal.
And with all Premier League fixtures between now and the end of the season being ordered to take place behind closed doors because of the coronavirus pandemic, Gunners fans will be on the hunt for a way to watch the contest, which could be key in deciding Arsenal’s chances of securing European football for next season, from the comfort of their own homes.
But what do you need to know about the clash? We have outlined all of the key details you need to know right here.
What time is kick-off between Wolves and Arsenal?
Arsenal will travel to Molineux to face Nuno Espirito’s Santo’s in-form Wolves at 5:30pm on Saturday teatime.
The kick-off time represents the usual late kick-off time for a Saturday, but Chelsea’s clash with Watford will follow on at 8:00pm.
Wolves vs Arsenal TV channel and live stream
Coverage of the double header begins at 5:15pm, with the game being broadcast on both Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League.
Sky Sports are showing 25 of their remaining fixtures for free on their Sky Pick channel, but this is not one of those games.
Only paying subscribers will be able to access this one, both on TV and Sky Go.
Arsenal will be able to welcome midfielder Lucas Torreira back into the frame for the first time since March, after the club confirmed on Thursday that he would be available for selection.
Elsewhere, Arteta has no fresh injury concerns to contend with.
As for Wolves, they have a fully-fit squad to choose from, with speedy winger Adama Traore pushing for a start.
Arsenal are at 9/4 with the bookmakers to register a fourth successive victory.
Wolves are priced 13/10 to bag all three points a draw is priced at 23/10.
The odds provided come from thepools.