PL | Manchester Utd v Wolves Tips

The last match of the first day of the Premier League of this 2022 could be vital for the fate of the two teams. Manchester United face each other in search of the top four positions and Wolves with the aim of reaching a European competition.


Pogba’s absence and doubts about Lindelof and Marzial are Rangnick’s main problems. The Red Devils in the first leg, led by Ole, won with a narrow 1-0. This time, however, within the friendly walls, they can boast the highest victory rate of the PL in January (65%). Further confidence can come from their longest streak against Wolves in January (3 wins since 1968) but they also have the best Monday win rate (65%).


They have not been able to beat the Red Devils in Manchester for 40 years (3 Losses and 7 Draws). The ambitions of arriving in a European competition are many as well as the desire to extend one’s clean sheet which has lasted for 204 minutes. Several absences for the Wolves who will most likely have to do without Silva too.



De Gea; Wan Bissaka – Varane – Maguire – Telles; Fred – McTominay; Sancho – B.Fernandes – Rashford; Ronaldo.


Jose Sa; Semedo – Saiss – Kilman – Marcal; Joao Moutinho – Neves – Dendoncker; Traorè – Jimenez – Trincao.


Bruno Fernandes: He has scored against seven of the ten PL teams he has faced at least 4 times in his career. Against the Wolves make 4 today!

Romain Saiss: He scored the only goal in the last 6 games for the Wolves.


Wolverhampton have never won an opening match in a calendar year since playing in PL (D2, L5).



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