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Wolverhampton Wanderers will stay at home with full confidence playing host to Manchester United as both side meet to put up another stunning matchup
The Visitors, Manchester United as well will be traveling to take on Wolves Side and aim to get back home with the best points after both side face each other
Clearly, The ambition shown by Wolves over the last couple of years is admirable to say the least.
For sure, The owners want to develop them into a big player in the English game, and so far they look well on track to get there.
And now, In their first season back in the top flight they find themselves up in 7th place in the Premier League and with a FA Cup quarter final coming up.
It’s not about to get any easier either as they come up against a reinvigorated Manchester United side.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was subjected to his first Premier League defeat as Manchester United manager last weekend
But since his arrival they have won 14 of their 18 competitive games, one of which was an incredible 3-1 win away to PSG last week.
This run includes wins in all but one of their away games under Solskjaer
Although their rampant performances on the road were brought to an abrupt halt at the Emirates last weekend.
One thing the interim boss hasn’t been able to get much of a handle on is their defensive frailty.
The Red Devils have conceded in 11 of his 18 games in charge, and they’re facing a Wolves side who have scored 15 goals in their last six home matches.
However, Wolves’ previously stoic defence have also been given their fair share of problems recently.
They have only kept two clean sheets in their last eight home games, and they’re facing a Manchester United side who have scored in all but one of their away matches this season.
All things considered, we think backing Both Teams to Score in this match is the best option
It’s pretty obvious that Wolves’ look to continue their fine record against the bigger teams in the top flight.
Obviously, Jimenez netted the opener against Chelsea last weekend to make it seven goals in his last 10 appearances for Wolves
It’s certain, they know how to get results when coming up against the big players in the Premier League. Last weekend they were denied a win at Stamford Bridge by a late Chelsea equaliser
Definitely, A result which made it three wins, four draws, and just three defeats in their 10 competitive meetings with the current Premier League top six.
Actually, This is made evident by their shock loss to Huddersfield at the end of February, but that is their only defeat in their last 11 competitive matches