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Wolves 1-2 Manchester United Highlight

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Manchester United ended the 2020/21 Premier League season with a hard-fought victory over a strong Wolves side at Molineux as the Reds made it a whole campaign unbeaten away from home.

Youngster Anthony Elanga netted his first goal for the senior team with a fine headed finish, before Nelson Semedo levelled for the hosts.

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Whe loves vs Man Utd highlight

Before match

Manchester United today sign off a promising Premier League season away to Wolves, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer busy planning for the Europa League Final in three days’ time.

It has been a strong campaign for United with the Red Devils guaranteed to finish second and still in with a chance of silverware in the Europa showpiece against Unai Emery’s Villarreal on Wednesday.

Given the tight turnaround for that game, Solskjaer played what felt a close to full-strength Europa XI against Fulham last time out, though the 1-1 draw – which followed home def

Line-up

Wolves: Rui Patricio, Boly, Coady, Saiss, Nelson Semedo, Dendoncker, Joao Moutinho, Ait Nouri, Neves, Traore, Silva

Subs: Hoever, Marcal, Willian Jose, Gibbs-White, Vitinha, Ruddy, Kilman, Sondergaard

Man Utd: Henderson, Williams, Bailly, Tuanzebe, Alex Telles, Matic, van de Beek, Diallo, Mata, James, Elanga

Subs: Lindelof, Rashford, Greenwood, Grant, Wan Bissaka, McTominay, Fish, Shoretire, Mejbri

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Wolves vs Man Utd team news

Harry Maguire is out with ankle ligament damage, and it looks unlikely he will be back for the Europa League Final if he is not a substitute at Molineux at the very least.

Fred and Scott McTominay are both doubts, and are unlikely to be risked – and that means Donny van de Beek could get a rare start. Anthony Martial and Dan James are on the comeback trail, while Phil Jones remains sidelined.

It felt like Solskjaer started what would be his likely Europa League Final XI against Fulham – with David De Gea back in as the cup goalkeeper – and given the game against Villarreal comes three days after this, expect a second-string United lineup, but with current No1 Dean Henderson in goal.

As for Wolves, Jonny, Pedro Neto, Owen Otasowie and Daniel Podence are out. Raul Jimenez will not play, but has returned to training following a serious head injury earlier this season.

Head to head (h2h) history and results

(Premier League fixtures)

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  • Wolves: 3
  • Man Utd wins: 7
  • Draws: 3
  • Last meeting: Man Utd 1-0 Wolves (29/12/2020)

Betting odds and tips

  • Wolves win: 2.37
  • Man Utd win: 3.19
  • Draw: 3.52
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Free Prediction by CheckChashOut

  • Man Utd to Win or Draw @ 1.57
  • Scoring Result – NoGoal @ 2.10
  • Man Utd to Win Either Half @ 1.92
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