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Team News: Wolves vs Arsenal

Arsenal travel to Wolves tonight to face off in a match that could prove vital to both teams for two very different reasons.

The mighty Gunners look to widen the gap between themselves and the chasing pack who are all looking to gain Champions League status, whilst Wolves make a last ditch attempt to steer clear of the relegation zone.

Wolverhampton have been the whipping boys of the Premier League of late whilst we have been the form team.

Victory tonight would leave us in a great position as we look for our 17th consecutive St Totterinham`s Day.

Here`s how the teams line up.

Wolves:
Hennessey
Stearman
Ward
Bassong
Zubar
Edwards
Kightly
Henry
Jarvis
Davis
Doyle

Substitutes:
De Vries
Johnson
Berra
Milijas
Forde
Ebanks-Blake
Fletcher

Arsenal:
Szczesny
Sagna
Vermaelen
Djourou
Santos
Arteta
Walcott
Ramsey
Song
Benayoun
van Persie

Substitues:
Fabianski
Squillaci
Jenkinson
Rosicky
The Ox
Park
Chamakh



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Writer:Rocky7
Date:Wednesday April 11 2012
Time: 7:42PM

Comments

0
Come on Rob, bury it!
Rocky7
11/04/2012 19:55:00
0
Reminds me of Newcastle away last season... but that didnt end well.
Sajit
11/04/2012 20:00:00
0
No excuses now against 10 men. Complacency is the only danger. We've taken our foot off the pedal again.
Wyn Mills
11/04/2012 20:21:00
0
Good going, Lads. Keep this up.
Naijagunner
11/04/2012 20:29:00
0
Bloody hell. That was too complacent from us at times. Im still nervous.
Sajit
11/04/2012 20:35:00
0
Guys how are Ramsey and Djourou doing? Each time i see their name on the team sheet, its scares the hell out of me.
Arseniger
11/04/2012 20:52:00
0
Yossiiiiiiiiiiii! Job done. Though a fourth would be sweet and open up a nice goal difference.
Rocky7
11/04/2012 21:17:00
0
Well, Arseniger. If we are 3 up, that tells you a lot, doesn't it?
Naijagunner
11/04/2012 21:25:00
0
Wigan are giving United something close to a schooling at the DW. It is still 1-0 and should have been 2 had we not had another inexplicably wrong decision by the officials. Hope it remains that way just so the run in will be more of a contest :-)
Naijagunner
11/04/2012 21:29:00
0
They have obviously learnt there lesson after QPR. Daylight between us and the pack at this stage is priceless, takes a little bit of pressure off us but we still must be ruthless till the end, I want maximum points.
gunnerman76
11/04/2012 21:35:00
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