Wolves vs. Manchester United: Odds, Preview, Live Stream and TV Online Free
Wolves sent the Red Devils packing the last time they visited Molineux, beating the visitors 2-1 in the 2019 FA Cup quarter-final in March. United have another prize, of sorts, at stake this time, namely securing a top-four finish and a place in next season’s UEFA Champions League.
The visitors are a point ahead of Arsenal and Chelsea but will likely find Wolves tough opposition. Manager Nuno Espirito Santo’s team has performed above expectations this season, particularly against top-six sides.
This will be a must-win clash for United if they want to improve their chances of finishing in a coveted top four spot. They will face a Wolves side who were lacklustre in their defeat to Burnley at the weekend, and must improve themselves if they are to stop the Red Devils from taking maximum points in midweek.
Wolves’ recent confidence, bolstered by a run of impressive results, will have been dented by a disappointing display in their defeat to Burnley last time out. However, they will be quietly confident of gaining a result against United having already taken points off Tottenham, Chelsea Arsenal and Manchester City so far in 2019