4-3-2-1 Line-up: Sanchez, Darmian dropped, Rashford starts in strongest Man United XI vs Wolves

Manchester United Lock horns with tough Wolverhampton on Tuesday night. United will be going into this game on the back of a 2-1 victory over Watford, a win that ensured an end to their 2 games losing streak. Ole’s tutored united are faced with a decent side, that are yet to taste defeat in their last 7 competitive games at home.

Moreover, United lost their last away league game, but had a stint of 6 consecutive league win on the road before that 2-0 loss to Arsenal. A win for united will keep them in the race for the top four finish; the reds currently sits 5th on the log with 61 points, same points as Tottenham, 2 points behind Arsenal, and 1 point ahead of Chelsea football club.

In addition, Wolverhampton performance against top six sides is a fit to commend. The wolves only lost 3 league games in 9 meetings with top 6 team this season, and knocked out tittle contender Liverpool, and Manchester united from the FA cup.

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Wolverhampton have gotten the better of Manchester United in their 2 meeting so far this season. However, Manchester united enjoys a good record in 3 consecutive league meeting with the wolves and thrashed them 5-0 in their last league visit to the Molineux stadium.

Probable Line-Up (4-3-2-1)

With a healthy squad, Ole will have no excuse going into this one. However, Lads like Sanchez, Valencia, and Darmian will be unavailable for tonight.

De Gea – Shaw, Rojo, Smalling, Young – Pogba, Matic, Herrera – Rashford, Lukaku, Lingard

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