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What a start to the season it’s been for Arsenal.

The Gunners will go into the World Cup break five points clear at the top of the Premier League after registering their seventh victory in their last eight games.

Circumstances seemed to be working against Mikel Arteta’s side at the start of the evening when Granit Xhaka was forced off with illness in the 16th minute, but Martin Odegaard scored twice in the second half to ensure the game ended in Arsenal’s favour.

The Gunners also registered another clean sheet and their defence is fast-becoming their greatest asset – they have now only conceded four goals away from home all season.

Wolves on the other hand, are not enjoying their football quite as much.

Tonight’s defeat ensures they go into the World Cup break bottom of the Premier League.

Wolves fans will be hoping that their fortunes improve under Julen Lopetegui who now takes over from interim head coach Steve Davis.

Wolves have only scored eight goals in the Premier League all season – that will need to change if they are to avoid relegation.

The home team lacked a cutting edge in front of goal this evening with their forwards wasting a series of promising attacks.

Both teams don’t play again until boxing day when Arsenal host West Ham and Wolves travel to Goodison Park to take on Everton.

Until then, all that’s left for me to say is goodbye from Molineux and thank you for joining me for tonight’s game!