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sport news Theo Walcott makes bold Arsenal prediction as Gunners return to the top with ... trends now

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Theo Walcott has made a bold prediction around Arsenal after they returned back to winning ways on Saturday night.

The Gunners moved back to the top of the division with a victory over Wolves on Saturday night, with Leandro Trossard and Martin Odegaard helping the Gunners to a comfortable-if-uninspiring victory.

Mikel Arteta's side are now two points ahead of defending champions Manchester City in the race for the title, though have played a game more than their rivals, who were in FA Cup action this weekend.

They are also now three points clear of Liverpool with a better goal difference than Jurgen Klopp's men.

The title is out of Arsenal's hands, but moving ahead - at least temporarily - could help put pressure onto City. And Walcott, speaking on Sky Sports, has high hopes for his former side.

Theo Walcott has made a bold prediction about Arsenal following their win over Wolves

Theo Walcott has made a bold prediction about Arsenal following their win over Wolves

Walcott assessed his former side's remaining fixtures, with Arsenal having five games left to play

Walcott assessed his former side's remaining fixtures, with Arsenal having five games left to play

The Gunners are top of the Premier League by two points but have played one game more than Manchester City

The Gunners are top of the Premier League by two points but have played one game more than Manchester City

'Yes, I do,' Walcott said when asked by fellow pundit Jamie Redknapp if he thinks Arsenal will win the league with five wins from their remaining five matches.

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