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Wolves v Manchester United: match preview

For his 100th league game as Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjær could deploy a style that has served him well so far. Counter-attacking has been one of the keys to United’s impressive away form during his reign and Wolves, who have become ultra-offensive under Bruno Lage, may play into their hands, a little like Leeds did on the opening day. On the flip side, Wolves intensity and audacity could stress United’s midfield and defence. If Wolves’ finishing is better than it was in their first two games, then this could be a landmark day for Lage, too, and Wolves’ first win of the season. Paul Doyle

Sunday 4.30pm Sky Sports Premier League

Venue Molineux

Last season Wolves 1 Manchester United 2

Referee Mike Dean

This season G2 Y4 R0 2 cards/game

Odds H 4-1 A 13-15 D 5-2

WOLVES

Subs from Ruddy, Boly, Aït-Nouri, Marques, Hoever, Gibbs-White, Dendoncker,

Silva, Podence

Doubtful None

Injured Jonny (knee, unknown), Neto (knee, unknown)

Suspended None

Discipline Y3 R0

Form LL

Leading scorer None

MANCHESTER UNITED

Subs from Grant, Heaton, Shoretire, Mata, Hannibal, Elanga, Diallo, Bailly, Van de Beek, Dalot, Mengi, Pereira, Garner, James, Martial, Cavani, Lingard

Doubtful None

Injured Rashford (shoulder, Oct), Henderson (match fitness, unknown), Telles (ankle, unknown), Jones (knee, unknown)

Suspended None

Discipline Y4 R0

Form WD

Leading scorer Fernandes 3

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