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Wolves vs Manchester United - Betting Tip and Match Preview - 16/03/2019

Wolves vs Manchester United - Betting Tip and Match Preview - 16/03/2019

The something that would best this extraordinary first season back in the Premier League to get Wolves will be a visit to Wembley, that the group currently find themselves only one game away from hitting. Nuno Espirito Santo's staff have established themselves as'the very best of the rest' beyond the top six, with been sat 7th in the table for nearly all the season. Wolves produced another exceptional performance against one of the top-six on Sunday, originally taking the lead against Chelsea during Raul Jimenez, only for Eden Hazard to level the video game in stoppage time at Stamford Bridge. Wolves have taken four points in their last two games, through which they have scored three goals and also all have included both Jimenez and Jota.

The pair have scored or assisted for the other in every one of the targets and have combined to score 18 occasions from the Premier League this season. The Mexican international has scored seven goals in his previous 10 appearances in all competitions and the club will be keen to sign up on a permanent deal from Benfica on the summer. Given their existing home type, they'll be confident of competing with their opponents on Saturday night, having won five of the past six games at Molineux, drawing on the other. They have played twice at Molineux in the FA Cup this season, beginning with a third round victory over Liverpool and beat Shrewsbury in a fourth round play at their home floor. Having held United to a draw at Old Trafford earlier in the year, Wolves will probably be hoping to go one better .

For the first time as Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be looking to bounce back by a Premier League defeat after Arsenal ensured a 2-0 victory against them at the Emirates Stadium. Goals from Granit Xhaka along with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang condemned Solskjaer into his first league loss, although also putting them outside of the top four, currently two points behind Arsenal in fourth, three points behind third-placed Tottenham Hotspur. Nonetheless, it's far from doom and gloom for United after just 1 defeat, with all the team having the opportunity to potentially win two prizes this season and reach a top-four complete. Coming into this newest away trip, they've won nine of their last 10 games on the street in all competitions, defeating the likes of PSG, Tottenham, Arsenal and Chelsea throughout that moment.

The wins away to Arsenal and Chelsea both came within this competition, making it tough to remember a group having a more difficult stretch of successive ties away at the FA Cup in the past few decades. Having said that, the kind of all Romelu Lukaku will render them feeling positive coming into this one, together with all the Belgian scoring six goals in his last four appearances, while they also welcomed back the likes of Nemanja Matic and Anthony Martial from injury in the Emirates last time out. Impressively, United have won 16 of the final 19 FA Cup matches since the beginning of the 2016/17 season, with Chelsea being the only team to overcome them throughout that time, doing so in the final last year along with the 2017 quarter-finals. Paul Pogba is appreciating arguably his best period in a United shirt, having scored 15 goals and contributed 10 assists in all competitions up to now and will be crucial to their odds of success here.

 

Wolves vs Manchester United: Bet Tips

Wolves or Draw @ 1.61

BTTS @ 1.8

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