Arsenal v Wolves LIVE: Premier League score and latest updates as Leandro Trossard starts

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The 2023/24 Premier League season is under way and you can follow every game and every goal right here with The Independent.

This year sees Manchester City try to defend their crown and claim a historic fourth title in succession. Pep Guardiola’s all-conquering City, who also won the Champions League and FA Cup last season, will have to see off Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool and the rest to claim an unprecedented sixth league title in seven years.

Meanwhile Luton Town are making their first appearance in the Premier League, having risen from non-league in an incredible decade of progress. They followed Championship winners Burnley and second-placed Sheffield United in earning promotion to the top flight.

Follow the latest action from the Premier League below.

Arsenal vs Wolves LIVE: Premier League updates

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Arsenal vs Wolverhampton Wanderers


Arsenal vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

Goal Bukayo Ayoyinka Temidayo Saka


Arsenal vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

Only Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah (11) has scored or assisted a goal in more different Premier League games than Hwang (nine) this season. Hwang hasn’t scored or assisted more than once in any game so far, with no player having more goal involvements without doing so more than once in a game (nine, the same as Arsenal’s Saka).


Arsenal vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

Wolves now look to build down their right as Semedo offloads to Hwang, but the South Korean’s heavy touch goes all the way behind for an Arsenal goal-kick.


Arsenal vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

Arsenal are looking to settle into their rhythm, keeping possession patiently in midfield. It looks like a 5-3-2 for Wolves without the ball, with Bellegarde dropping in as a third midfielder. Odegaard looks for the run of Jesus, but his pass is overhit and goes out for a goal-kick.


Arsenal vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

It will be fascinating to see how Wolves go about keeping Arsenal at bay without their first-choice midfield pairing here. With Gomes and Lemina banned, Traore and Doyle have a huge chance to impress in the centre of the park. The former tries to break through the middle immediately, but he runs into traffic around halfway.


Arsenal vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

We are under way on a bitterly cold day in north London, with Trossard getting the ball rolling for the Gunners!


Arsenal vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

Arsenal have won their last four Premier League games against Wolves, having won just two of their previous eight against them (three draws, three defeats). Does another difficult outing await Wolves at the Emirates? The teams are out on the pitch, and kick-off is coming up shortly!


Arsenal vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

O’Neil, meanwhile, makes four changes to the Wolves side which started at Craven Cottage. Three are enforced with Rayan Ait-Nouri injured and both Gomes and Lemina serving one-match bans after accumulating five yellow cards, so Hugo Bueno, Traore and Doyle come in. Dawson is back from his own suspension in defence, replacing Santiago Bueno, but winger Pedro Neto is still sidelined. Chirewa, Whittingham and Hubner take their places on a young visiting bench.


Arsenal vs Wolverhampton Wanderers

Arteta makes just one change to the Arsenal team which hammered Lens on Wednesday. Havertz – who opened the scoring in that game after netting a late winner at Brentford last Saturday – drops to the bench as Trossard comes in. Fabio Vieira, Thomas Partey, Emile Smith Rowe and Jurrien Timber are the Gunners’ only absentees for this one.


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