EPL: Man United vs Wolves

Man Utd vs Wolves is all up today on release sky

Note that Man United have been pretty reliable on home soil this season

And now winning 12 and drawing three of their 17 league matches.

Also with only eight goals conceded in those 17 home outings

Then United boast the meanest home defence in the division by some way.

Be aware that Manchester United will be looking to take all three points today

Take note that, Back-to-back 1-0 defeats at Brighton and West Ham have given Liverpool real hope of collaring Manchester United in the battle for top four, but the Red Devils can ease the nerves with a vital home victory over Wolves.

Erik ten Hag’s side are fourth and now only one point clear of the Reds after their recent blunders, but they remain in control as they have a game in hand over their Merseyside rivals.

But United know they can ill-afford any more slip-ups and Ten Hag will be demanding a positive response against Wolves at Old Trafford.

The Red Devils made a sluggish start to the season but they have kept ten clean sheets in their last 13 home league outings, which includes five in a row.

That shows they have been managing the situation well despite injuries to star centre-backs Lisandro Martinez and Raphael Varane and it’s likely their match with Wolves is another low-scoring affair.

Eight of Manchester United’s last nine league games have featured two or fewer goals with one or both teams failing to score in 11 of their last 12 top-flight fixtures.

Wolves have improved in recent weeks to ease away from relegation danger, winning four of their last six league matches.

However, all of those victories have come at their beloved Molineux and they have lost four of their last five away league matches, which includes a 6-0 hiding at Brighton in the most recent of them.

United’s attacking talents may not be in good enough form to inflict another heavy away beating on Wolves but one goal may be all it takes to clinch maximum points.

However, Wolves have netted only 12 goals in 17 away league games this term and five of their last seven matches have featured two or fewer goals, which further bolsters the claims of this being a low-scoring contest.



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