We came close in November, but it's been nearly forty years since Wolves grabbed the win against Arsenal.
Think you can name the squad who did it?
— Wolves (@Wolves) April 23, 2019
Wolves have been a thorn in the flesh for top Premier League sides and will welcome the North London side at the Molineux.
Arsenal lost their last game at home to Crystal Palace, denting their hopes of making the top-four in the Premier League.
The visitors take all three points.#ARSCRY
— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) April 21, 2019
They are now fifth in the Premier League, one point behind fourth-placed Chelsea and must win against Wolves to keep pace with a Champions League spot.
While speaking ahead of the game, Emery warned his boys to expect a tough duel from Nuno Espirito Santo’s men.
“I don’t think so,” Emery said when asked if Wolves might be starting to think about their summer holidays.
“They are going to push a lot tomorrow. I worked one thing here very quickly — we are playing against all of the teams and they want to battle us, fighting and playing with big motivation.”
He added: “One is the motivation in the table for each player and one is the motivation against Arsenal.
“Every team wants to battle us because they respect us and also because it’s important to try to win against us.”