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Analyzing Matchweek 36: Key Fixtures and Potential Upsets

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  • Wolverhampton Wanderers stunned Man City 2-1 at Molineux earlier in the season with a textbook counter-attacking display, targeting Guardiola’s side with rapid breaks on both flanks.
  • The pressure is mounting, particularly with Manchester City facing a challenging run-in, starting with their clash on Saturday evening.

Alex Keble delves into the potential outcomes of the upcoming Matchweek 36 fixtures:

  • Assessing how Wolves might unsettle Man City’s title pursuit
  • Highlighting Arsenal’s need for caution against Bournemouth’s direct style
  • Speculating on Luton’s chances for a home advantage against Everton
  • Examining whether Brighton can reignite their form against Villa
  • Considering if Sheff Utd can finish strongly against Forest
  • Discussing how Glasner’s fluid attack could trouble Man Utd
  • Pondering if Muniz will join the elite goal-scoring ranks
  • Evaluating Burnley’s chances of boosting their safety hopes
  • Questioning if West Ham can halt their slide into mid-table
  • Contemplating whether Spurs will add to Anfield’s woes

Can Wolves replicate their Molineux triumph without Pedro Neto?
Arsenal’s tense 3-2 victory over Tottenham Hotspur last weekend may have been nervy, but crossing the finish line mattered most. The Arsenal faithful are starting to believe this could be their season.

Pep Guardiola’s analysis, “If we draw a game, we’re not going to win the Premier League,” reflects the widespread belief that Arsenal won’t falter from here.The pressure is mounting, particularly with Manchester City facing a challenging run-in, starting with their clash on Saturday evening.

Wolverhampton Wanderers stunned Man City 2-1 at Molineux earlier in the season with a textbook counter-attacking display, targeting Guardiola’s side with rapid breaks on both flanks. Interestingly, Nottingham Forest employed a similar strategy last weekend, narrowly missing out on points due to Chris Wood’s missed chances.Forest registered 1.93 Expected Goals (xG) compared to City’s 0.87. If Wolves can replicate this approach tactically, they stand a good chance of converting their opportunities.

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Matheus Cunha, returning from injury, has been in fine form lately, contributing two goals and an assist in his last two Premier League outings. Cunha and Hwang Hee-chan, who scored against Luton Town, pose a significant threat on the counter.

However, in the previous encounter, Pedro Neto (currently injured) led Wolves to victory, while Man City’s struggles were partly attributed to Rodri’s absence. Despite being underdogs, Wolves possess the tools to cause an upset.

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