Wolves 3-1 Arsenal

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Arsenal travel to Molineux on Wednesday evening looking to bounce back after a 3-2 loss at home to Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon.

Ruben Neves opened the scoring 28 minutes in with a sensational free-kick from 25 yards out and Matt Doherty doubled the hosts' advantage less than ten minutes later with a glancing header.

"We have it in our hands, said Emery".

Arsenal manager Unai Emery has hit out at criticism of under-fire defender Shkodran Mustafi, telling fans that he "doesn't agree" with personal insults towards the German global or any of his players.

"I don't want to speak about individuals".

"We are going to prepare [for] the match thinking obviously to win but we can win, we can draw, we can lose".

"But also after, [the other teams] are going to play other matches, also hard matches".

The Gunners crashed to a second successive Premier League defeat tonight, losing 3-1 to Nuno Espirito Santo's inspired side.

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"First I think of the solution".

With three games left of the season, Wolves are in contention to qualify for Europe.

'We are playing with a lot of players and they give us the performance; we lost but we could also have lost with other players on the pitch'.

"We are also in the semi-final of the Europa League and we can be proud of all the season".

"The movement off the ball is very important, knowing where to recover, where to go out to create problems and we did really good in the first half, not so good in the second, we had situations four versus two where we have to decide better, but it's about the organisation and shape of the team".

Furthermore, Emery is eager to add more quality to his defence, but must have to sell players in order to reduce their salary bill.

Now, after that plan backfired, the Spaniard must decide whether to keep the three-man back line that allows Mesut Ozil to flourish in an advanced midfield position behind Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette, or play safe with a traditional back four.