Now Liverpool have been crowned Premier League champions, all eyes, as far as the top half of the table is concerned, are on the race to secure Champions League football for next season. There are only three points between third and sixth heading into the weekend's action and Wolves home fixture with Arsenal is certainly not to be missed on Saturday. 

Wolves have taken maximum points since football resumed, capitalising on a favourable first three games to close in on a top four finish. Facing Arsenal, who are six points back, will be their first real test of 'Project Restart', and with that we have priced up a very juicy 50/1 'RequestABet' with Sky Bet

Draw HT/ Wolves FT

Wolves are the only side in the Premier League with a 100 per cent record since the restart, winning all three of their games without conceding a single goal. Interestingly, Wolves have been drawing all three games at half-time before taking maximum points after the break. However, if you've followed Wolves all season then you know this is nothing new. They have finished games tremendously well all year. 

Wolves are the highest rated team in the second half of Premier League matches this season and 33 of their 45 goals scored have come in that period. Wolves are unbeaten in their last eight Premier League matches and have a terrific record against the established top-six under Nuno, unbeaten in all three encounters with Arsenal since returning to the Premier League in 2018. 

Ruben Neves to be shown a yellow card 

Given Nuno likes to work with such a small squad, avoiding suspensions and injuries is key for Wolves this season. Only four teams have picked up fewer yellow cards in the Premier League than Wolves (50) this season but Ruben Neves has struggled to toe the line on occasion. The 23-year-old has accounted for 18 per cent of the bookings Wolves have picked up in the Premier League this season (9), with two of those coming in their last two outings. Now that we are beyond the threshold where 10 bookings would mean a two-game ban, Neves can go about his business as usual in midfield. 

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 3+ shots in total 

Any more dropped points would render Arsenal's remaining matches this season relatively meaningless but Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang still has everything to play for if he wants to win the Golden Boot award for the second year running. A brace in Arsenal's 4-0 win over Norwich in midweek means Aubameyang heads into gameweek 33 level on goals with Leicester's Jamie Vardy on 19. While the goals haven't flowed as easy away from home, it hasn't been for a lack of trying. Aubameyang has managed at least three attempts in six of his last eight away league matches for the Gunners