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Facts and stats
We have won our their last three Premier League games against Wolves, having beaten them in just two of their previous eight.
We have tasted success in our final league game in each of the last 11 seasons and are unbeaten in our last 17 on the closing day. We have also won our last 13 final-day matches when finishing the season at home, since losing 3-1 to Tottenham in 1992/93.
We have won our final match of the season more often than any other Premier League side (21), and have the highest win rate on the final day (70 per cent).
Wolves have lost their final league match in each of the last five seasons, and in seven of their eight previous Premier League campaigns.
Lopetegui's team are winless in their last seven away games, losing the last three by an aggregate score of 10-1. They've not lost four in a row on the road in the top-flight since a run of six in 2011.
Aaron Ramsdale, Gabriel, Ben White and Bukayo Saka have played in all 37 of our Premier League games so far this season. The last time we had as many as four players play every league game in a campaign was in 1990/91 (David Seaman, Lee Dixon, Nigel Winterburn, Steve Bould).
Recent visits from Wolves
Last season’s equivalent encounter saw us claim a dramatic victory against the Old Gold. Hee-Chan Hwang gave the visitors a 10th-minute lead, but Nicolas Pepe came off the bench to equalise with eight minutes remaining, and in stoppage-time Alexandre Lacazette’s cross-shot went in off Jose Sa to hand us a big three points.
That was our first win against Wolves on home soil in five meetings, stretching back to 2011. The season before saw them claim their first win on our patch since 1979 when goals from Pedro Neto and Daniel Podence came either side of a Gabriel strike.
The previous three encounters at Emirates Stadium all ended 1-1, while two goals from Robin van Persie brought us a 2-0 success back in February 2011.