MUN vs WOL Dream11 Match Prediction: Manchester United will be welcoming a resilient Wolverhampton Wanderers side for the FA Cup replay after a goalless draw at the Molineux a few days back. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will has signified the importance of the cup competitions and may set up a strong lineup in spite of facing Liverpool at Anfield this Sunday. Nunu Espirito on the other end will want his side to continue the positive run that they’ve been having against United in recent encounters.
From the last four games between the two sides, two games have ended on level terms, while, two games have been won by Wolves.
Date- Thursday, January 15
Kick-Off- 1:15 AM (IST)
Venue- Old Trafford
Eric Bailly and Timothy Fosu-Mensah recently made it to the reserves side after recovering from injury and could have a part to play against Wolves. Scott McTominay and Paul Pogba remain on the sidelines due to injury, while Jese Lingard is out due to illness. Marcus Rashford was taken off in the second half versus Norwich after sustaining a knock and could be given a rest here. Juan Mata bagged two vital assists over the weekend and is in contention of another start in midfield. With Ashley Young unlikely to feature for the hosts, Diego Dalot might finally get to start after being away due to injury.
Diogo Jota has been struggling due to a dead leg recently and is likely to miss out for the visitors. Willy Boly and Bruno Jordao are also on the sidelines due to injury. Having said that, Traore, Jimenez and Neto could be the attacking front three. Doherty, Neves, Moutinho and Jonny should accumulate the space in defence, while, Dendoncker, Coady and Saiss form the defence.
MUN (Expected Playing 11)- Romero; Shaw, Maguire, Lindelof, Dalot; Matic, Fred; Mata, James, Greenwood; Martial
WOL (Expected Playin 11)- Ruddy; Dendoncker, Coady, Saiss; Doherty, Neves, Moutinho, Jonny; Traore, Jimenez, Neto
Anthony Martial has been vital as the number 9 for Manchester United lately. The French forward has eight goals, three assists and a pass accuracy of 82.1% from 1278 minutes in the league this season.
Raul Jimenez has been one of the standouts for Wolves in the attacking front. Jimenez has eight goals, six assists and a pass accuracy of 73% from 22 appearances in the league this season.
18-year-old Mason Greenwood has taken everyone by surprise this season. The Manchester United forward has nine goals and an assist from 25 appearances, most of which have been while coming off the bench.
Joao Moutinho has been essential in Wolves midfield in the ongoing season. The Portugal international has a goal and six assists with a pass accuracy of 86% from 1890 minutes in the league.
It is likely to be a neck and neck battle between the two sides which should go right down the wire. However, United in front of home support might just be able to nick a win.
Goalkeeper- S Romero
Defenders- M Doherty, C Coady, H Maguire, V Lindelof
Midfielders- A Traore, J Moutinho, J Mata
Forwards- R Jimenez (VC), A Martial (C), M Greenwood
Goalkeeper- J Ruddy
Defenders- M Doherty, R Saiss, H Maguire, V Lindelof
Midfielders- J Moutinho (C), R Neves, Fred
Forwards- R Jimenez, A Martial, M Greenwood (VC)
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