Raul Jimenez looks like he's left one on Arsenal defender Sokratis there. That will be sore in the morning.
Wolves again on the attack and Ruben Neves isn't that far away from the top bin.
The 22-year-old takes a touch and smashes a strike from 20 yards or so towards the top-right corner but just gets under it a bit too much.
Arsenal keeper Bernd Leno was at full stretch there.
Arsenal are all over the place at the back here. They just keep giving the ball away, inviting Wolves on to the attack.
Nothing doing for Wolves midfielder Joao Moutinho.
The Portugal midfielder pops his free-kick over the Arsenal wall straight into the hands of goalkeeper Bernd Leno.
That's nice from Diogo Jota who draws a free-kick from Arsenal defender Calum Chambers.
Chance incoming from about 25 yards to the left of the Arsenal penalty area?
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If Wolves are going to break the deadlock in this game you would not bet against Raul Jimenez getting on the scoresheet.
Seven of the Mexican forward's 10 goals in all competitions for Wolves this season have arrived away from home.
Only one of those has come in the Premier League mind, that was at Everton in a 3-2 defeat on 1 September.
All Wolves at the minute.
Raul Jimenez tries his luck from outside the Arsenal penalty area but sees his right-foot shot well blocked.
Apparently there are some problems and closures on the London Underground and the train network in general. Perhaps explaining lots of empty red seats.
Loads of empty seats at the Emirates, though not in the Wolves end.
The visitors are being cheered on by a sell-out away allocation today, so there's a patch of 3,000 gold-shirted supporters already making themselves heard as their team set about the hosts.
And we are under way.
Impeccable minute of silence.
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Unai Emery had two major selection dilemmas ahead of the visit of Wolves. He has answered one of them already, opting not to expose Granit Xhaka to Arsenal's fans following the captain's tantrum last weekend.
Secondly, he has included Mesut Ozil after his delightful display in Wednesday's extraordinary League Cup game at Anfield.
Wolves also exited that competition in midweek, but head coach Nuno Espirito Santo will have shed few tears at unloading some of the burden on his squad.
Speckled between their Europa League appearances, Wolves have quietly built a five-match unbeaten run in the Premier League, moving from 19th place to 12th in the process. A repeat of the draw they earned at the Emirates last November would suit him nicely.
The question many Arsenal fans are asking at the minute is, are things better or worse than under former boss Arsene Wenger?
Or is it just a case of being served up more of the same?
Well the below pits Wenger's last 73 games in charge against Emery's first 73 at the Emirates. Not a huge deal of difference is there?
It's also probably worth noting that Wenger's overall win percentage is a shade over 57% and that only Spurs (154), Norwich (175) and Aston Villa (188) have faced more Premier League shots than Arsenal (154) this season.Copyright: Getty Images
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Wolves only levelled late on in last weekend's draw at Newcastle but they played well enough to have won that game and had a good chance to take the points too.
Nuno Espirito Santo's side went out of the Carabao Cup at Aston Villa on Wednesday night but, in the Premier League, they are on a handy five-game unbeaten run and their poor start to the season is definitely behind them.
Arsenal have got some issues, including what to do with Granit Xhaka after his fall-out with the Gunners fans, but their home form is not usually one of them.
That's why it was especially surprising that they let a 2-0 lead slip at home to Crystal Palace last week. We know they have defensive instability but we see it less often at Emirates Stadium than elsewhere.
The teams are just strolling on to the pitch at the Emirates. Not long to go now.
Wolves' Matt Doherty shares an embarrassing story involving team-mate George Saville, while Conor Coady makes a good guess in this week's Football Focus Honesty Cards.
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There's been a fair bit knocking around over the last week about Granit Xhaka after his reaction to being substituted against Crystal Palace last Sunday.
So it was probably no surprise to hear manager Unai Emery say his captain was out of the picture for this game against Wolves.
You can read all about that here.
So we've got a battle between an Arsenal team in fifth hoping to make up ground on the top four and a Wolves side who are finding their feet and form after a slow start to the season.
Arsenal haven’t lost at home at 3pm on a Saturday since the opening day of the 2013-14 season (1-3 vs Aston Villa), winning 20 and drawing two since then.
But Wolves drew here last year and comfortably won the last meeting between the sides in April.
I honestly have no idea how this is going to pan out.
Arsenal boss Unai Emery makes two changes to the side that drew with Crystal Palace last Sunday. Granit Xhaka and Pepe drop out as Lucas Torreira comes in alongside Mesut Ozil, who makes his second Premier League start of the season.
Arsenal: Leno,Tierney, Sokratis, Chambers, Luiz, Ceballos, Guendouzi,Torreira, Ozil, Aubameyang, Lacazette
Subs: Martinez, Bellerin, Pepe, Willock, Kolasinac, Martinelli, SakaCopyright: BBC Sport
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo sticks with the side that started their 1-1 draw at Newcastle last Sunday.
Wolves XI: Patricio, Dendoncker, Coady, Saiss, Doherty, Moutinho, Neves, Jonny, Traore, Jimenez, Jota
Subs: Neto, Cutrone, Gibbs-White, Ruddy, Perry, Vinagre, KilmanCopyright: BBC Sport