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Clearly, Manchester United and Wolves resume their battle for a place in the Fourth Round of the FA Cup on Wednesday
And supporters attending the replay at Old Trafford in midweek will hope to see much more excitement than the first game between the clubs produced.
Both Wanderers and United made changes for their Third Round bout at Molineux on January 4th and that in turn led to a drab 0-0 affair
Manchester United come into Wednesday’s replay in good spirits after their comfortable 4-0 win over Norwich on Saturday
though little can be taken in terms of bigger-picture thinking from a victory over the Premier League’s weakest outfit.
The triumph did extend United’s impressive home record by one more game
however, and the club’s 3-1 Carabao Cup derby reverse a week ago remains their only loss in 15 competitive fixtures at Old Trafford.
Wolves were held to a disappointing 1-1 draw at home to Newcastle the same day as United’s big win over the Canaries
The draw extended Wanderers’ run of games without a win to four. But though they travel to Manchester in less than ideal form
The same is also true for United, however, who stopped Wolves scoring against them for the first time in two years in that game
While Wolves don’t tend to ship many, they do concede consistently, and Wanderers’ blank against United was their only clean sheet in their last seven matches.
Clean sheets are also incredibly rare for a United defence that have kept their opponents out just five times in their last 16 attempts
United have scored every single time they have run out at the Theatre of Dreams this term, however, and we expect that record to be maintained against Wolves this week.
With the teams’ inability to attain shutouts well established, we think the both teams to score market holds excellent value for Wednesday’s replay
There is a danger of a repeat scenario playing out this week, with both Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Nuno Espirito Santo expected to shuffle their packs again
However, though the respective managers will be keen to push for victory to avoid a potentially gruelling period of extra time.