Arsenal finish what promised to be an historic season at home to Wolves on Sunday, having seen their title challenge fall away with three defeats in their last five outings.
Mike Arteta’s side appeared to have the Premier League title in their grasp until a run of form that has seen them win just twice in eight matches since early April, eventually succumbing to the pressure of Manchester City and falling eight points behind going into the final day.
They face a Wolves side who have stabilised after a disastrous start to the season but with doubts over their future, with Julen Lopetegui thought to be nearing a summer exit.
The game will be part of Gameweek 375 on Sorare Football, and 101 Great Goals has broken down the key statistical takeaways ahead of the game.
Arsenal Sorare L5 stat pack
Arsenal’s top performers over their last five matches
Three Arsenal Sorare gems to watch
With Arteta changing things up owing to injuries and the recent run of bad form, Jorginho is one player who should benefit. He struggled for playing time after making the move from Chelsea, with the majority of his game time coming from the bench and giving him little time to make an impression, but he has scored well in his last three games - recording 80, 58 and 63. He has now started four games in a row and despite results not going Arsenal’s way, he has acquitted himself well.
While things have been falling apart round him, the performances of Arsenal’s captain have remained peerless. He has the highest L5 of the squad at 62 and has four goals in his last five games. Things did not go to plan for him against Forest, but he is a reliable performer at the very highest level and will want to finish the season on a high after a fine year.
White has not finished the season in the best of form - he was exposed badly against Manchester City and struggled like many others against Brighton - but signs are that he should be enjoying the end of the season in his primary position at centre-back. White played there in the defeat to Nottingham Forest and scored a 59 and appears to be the best replacement for William Saliba that Arteta has at his disposal. His L5 score of 41 is well down on his L15 of 53, and he should get back to those levels.
Arsenal most recent line-up, Sorare scores
Wolves Sorare L40 stat pack
Wolves’ best performers over their last 40 matches
Three Wolves Sorare gems to watch
The form of Jose Sa caused fans to turn on him and eventually for the Portugal goalkeeper to lose his spot in the Wolves XI, opening a spot for 29-year-old Bentley to finish the season. The former Bristol City and Brentford goalkeeper has started the last two games - scoring 62 and 44 - and looks set to keep his place against Arsenal. Despite the Gunners’ patchy form, Bentley should have plenty to do in goal, giving him plenty of chances to score well in Sorare.
Hwang has made his name at Wolves for being an industrious forward rather than a prolific one, having netted just eight league goals and two assists in his two seasons so far. He showed he is capable of more while in Austria, but that is now four seasons ago and his lack of goals has been one of the critical issues for Wolves of late. Nevertheless, he score against Everton last time out and scored a 64 - his joint best of the season. He could cause a weakened Arsenal defence a few problems with his relentless running.
Toti is another who has not been a regular in the Wolves side this season but is enjoying a late season run of form. The 24-year-old is enjoying his first real run of form in the Premier League and was one of Wolves’ better players in their draw with Everton.