You don’t want to concede goals against the top sides that feel avoidable.
I thought Erik Lamela was outstanding for Spurs last Saturday and his individual skill accounted for a couple of their strikes.
The sucker punch – too easy for Moura
But that free header for Lucas Moura was harder to digest and changed the dynamic of the game.
The big six are good at smelling blood in the water, but Wolves have got to remain organised in those difficult moments to avoid giving themselves a mountain to climb.
I suspect there are going to be some more difficult moments to endure on Sunday.
We’ve never beaten Arsenal in my lifetime. You’ve got to go back to 1979 in fact to find the last victory for Wolves and there have been 16 defeats and 3 draws between then and now.
If recent form is anything to go by I’m not hopeful of ending the run this weekend. The Gunners are unbeaten since the middle of August and are looking like a top four side again under Unai Emery.
Arsenal scored a great goal and had Liverpool stretched last Saturday
Having lost their first two games of the season to Man City and Chelsea there has been a suggestion they’re flat track bullies but a gutsy performance against Liverpool last weekend seemed to lay that accusation to rest.
They’ve certainly got some of the most exciting attackers in the league in Aubameyang, Lacazette and Ozil. Torreira is also looking like that