Manchester United will travel to the Molineux to face Wolverhampton Wanderers in their final Premier League game of the season.
Manchester United look to end their Premier League campaign with a win as they face Wolverhampton Wanderers. The Red Devils have secured a second-place finish in the league, with 71 points in their 37 fixtures so far. However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men have been without a win in their last three matches. Manchester United were beaten by Leicester City and Liverpool, and were held to a 1-1 draw by Fulham on Tuesday.
Solskjaer is likely to make several changes to his lineup, with an eye on the Europa League final clash against Villarreal on Wednesday. David de Gea started in goal against Scott Parker’s side earlier this week, which means that Dean Henderson will return to the starting line-up on Sunday. The Spaniard has been exclusively been used for cup competitions in the latter half of the season while his English counterpart has been used in the Premier League more often than not.
With Harry Maguire almost certain to miss the Europa League final, Victor Lindelof might be rested against Wolves for the final. Axel Tuanzebe and Eric Bailly will start in the centre-back position for the visitors and will hope to put in a good shift as one of them could partner Lindelof in the Europa League final.
Brandon Williams and Alex Telles have been sparingly used by the United boss this season, but will get an opportunity to start on Sunday. The former will operate as the right-back, whereas, the Portuguese will start as the left-back.
Fred and Scott McTominay are carrying minor knocks, and as a result, Nemanja Matic and Donny van de Beek will anchor the midfield for the visitors. Amad Diallo was awarded a first league start against Leicester City and is expected to get the nod on Sunday as well. The 18-year old will start on the right side of midfield, replacing Mason Greenwood. Manchester United have confirmed Daniel James’ availability for Sunday’s fixture, which means that the Welshman will operate on the left side of midfield.
Juan Mata will be the visitors’ playmaker against Wolves, as he replaces the influential Portuguese, Bruno Fernandes as the attacking midfielder. Edinson Cavani, is another regular starter who will be rested for the midweek clash against Villarreal, and his absence will be covered by Marcus Rashford as the striker.