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Manchester United are out to build on an impressive run of English Premier League form when Wolves visit Old Trafford on Tuesday night.
The Red Devils are unbeaten in eight and scoring for fun in their push to become a part of the title shake-up in the new year.
They had to settle for a 2-2 draw on Boxing Day, as fellow high-fliers Leicester pegged them back at the King Power Stadium.
But they come into the midweek round of festive fixtures handily placed in fourth, primed for a push towards north west rivals Liverpool at the summit.
There are absentees at the back for boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, with Marcos Rojo and Aaron Wan-Bissaka definitely out and Victor Lindelof doubtful following his early exit against the Foxes.
Wolves are hovering around midtable following their eye-catching return to the top flight last season.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side held Tottenham to a 1-1 stalemate at Molineux on Sunday, leaving them 11th and with just one victory in their last five attempts.
Don’t expect to see star striker Raul Jimenez here as he continues his long road to recovery, with Jonny also missing out through injury.
Leander Dendoncker and Willy Boly are both injury doubts for the Black Country club.
Man United vs Wolves: English Premier League Predictions by the numbers
- Coming into this game, Manchester United has picked up 11 points from the last 5 games, both home and away. That’s 2.2 points per game on average. BTTS has landed in an intriguing 4 of those games. Manchester United has scored 14 times in the last 5 fixtures.
- Manchester United has enjoyed playing at home recently, with the side currently unbeaten in 3 games.
- Momentum is really building for Manchester United as they have now gone 8 games without losing. They have won 3 of the last 5 games they have played.
- We might see some goals in this one, with the last 3 games involving Manchester United has ended with 3 or more goals being scored. Will Wolverhampton Wanderers get in on the action today? There has been a total of 21 goals in the last 5 games for Manchester United, both home and away.
- Manchester United is unbeaten in the last 5 games coming into this fixture against Wolverhampton Wanderers, having won 3 and drawn 2. They have scored 14 goals in those 5 games.
- In the last 5 matches for Manchester United, 4 of those games has ended with both teams scoring. This season 10 matches (71% of all matches) involving Manchester United has seen BTTS landing.
- Coming into this game, Wolverhampton Wanderers has picked up 6 points from the last 5 games, both home and away. That’s 1.2 points per game on average. BTTS has landed in an intriguing 3 of those games. Wolverhampton Wanderers has scored 5 times in the last 5 fixtures.
- Things have not been going that well in front of goal for Wolverhampton Wanderers recently, with the side failing to score in 2 of the last 5 games. Will the manager change his tactics today, or throw in another forward?
- In the last 5 matches for Wolverhampton Wanderers, 3 of those games has ended with both teams scoring. This season 6 matches (43% of all matches) involving Wolverhampton Wanderers has seen BTTS landing.
Stats source: footystats.org
Manchester United vs Wolves: Prediction
Prediction methodology explained: The expected win percentage is based off publicly available odds. For example, if a team’s odds are 2.30, the expected chance of winning is 43%. If the odds are 1.62 the expected chance of winning is 62% and so on. These are accurate at the time of writing but are subject to change. Where there is no value listed, the odds were not available at the time of writing.
Manchester United vs Wolves: EPL starting XI prediction
Probable Manchester United Starting XI: David de Gea, Axel Tuanzebe, Eric Bailly, Harry Maguire, Alex Telles, Nemanja Matic, Paul Pogba, Mason Greenwood, Bruno Fernandes, Marcus Rashford, Edinson Cavani.
Probable Wolves Starting XI: Rui Patricio, Nelson Semedo, Conor Coady, Romain Saiss, Rayan Ait-Nouri, Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho, Adama Traore, Daniel Podence, Pedro Neto, Fabio Silva.