On Saturday, Manchester United will face Wolves and they desperately need to win to maintain their position in the top four of the Premier League.
Despite a successful first season in charge of the club, Erik ten Hag now faces pressure with Liverpool, their arch rivals, close behind.
After experiencing two consecutive losses, their chances of qualifying for the Champions League have become less certain.
Their upcoming match against Jurgen Klopp’s in-form team is a must-win situation, as anything else would pose a significant obstacle. On the other hand, Wolves can now focus on playing the rest of their campaign without any worries of being relegated.
News from both teams
Raphael Varane is back from injury and ready to play for Manchester United. His return may result in Luke Shaw moving back to the left-back position.
However, Marcus Rashford is unlikely to play due to a leg injury and is considered a significant concern for the team.
Alejandro Garnacho has recently made a comeback for Manchester United and was included on the bench in their previous match. After completing a full week of training, he is now in contention for this weekend’s game.
As of now, there don’t seem to be any new injury concerns for Wolves.
Manchester United:- (4-2-3-1): David de Gea; Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Victor Lindelof, Luke Shaw, Diogo Dalot; Casemiro, Christian Eriksen; Antony, Bruno Fernandes, Jadon Sancho; Marcus Rashford.
Wolves:- (4-4-2): Jose Sa; Nelson Semedo, Craig Dawson, Max Kilman, Toti; Pedro Neto, Ruben Neves, Mario Lemina, Matheus Nunes; Diego Costa, Matheus Cunha.
Competition: Premier League
Stadium: Old trafford
Time: 15:00 pm GMT