Manchester United will kick start their FA Cup campaign tomorrow away from home against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
In the last campaign, Wolves knocked the Red Devils out of the FA Cup and even defeated us in the Premier League. This season, we faced them in August and the contest ended 1-1. Who will come out on top this time?
Nuno Santo’s men have defeated Man City both home and away in the current campaign and they are only a single point behind the Old Trafford club in the Premier League.
So, Solskjaer should not take the opposition lightly and must look to start his strongest possible side. Due to hectic schedule and keeping in view that United have to face Man City in the Carabao Cup, we can expect the Norwegian boss to make a few changes to the squad that started vs Arsenal.
In the goal, Sergio Romero should return in place of Spanish international David De Gea. As far as the back-line is concerned, the likes of Young, Jones and Williams could return to start with Maguire.
With the likes of Pogba and McTominay out injured, Matic and Fred may get the nod to start again in the central midfield.
In the attacking third, the likes of Mata, Pereira and Greenwood could return to the starting lineup. Here is Man Utd’s strongest possible 4-2-3-1 XI vs Wolves.