Confirmed MUFC XI vs Wolves (Premier League away, 2023/24)

Our confirmed MUFC XI vs Wolves is now in.

Manchester United return to Premier League action this evening, against a Wolverhampton Wanderers side who we always struggle against, particularly at their place.

No doubt their fans will be making huge amounts of noise as they look to upset the applecart once again. With that in mind, Erik ten Hag has to name his strongest possible side, in hope of coming out victorious. It’d be a huge win, particularly while the pressure is on.

The United boss needs a victory here. Fans have no faith in the performances at present, while the weekend’s game against Newport County didn’t offer any respite. Three points here, though, could change things.

Anyway, the team news is now in, so let’s give you the full rundown.

Check out our confirmed MUFC XI vs Wolves in full here:

Andre Onana does return to start in between the sticks, after Altay did a decent job at deputising on Sunday. The man from Cameroon will be looking to hit the ground running.

Diogo Dalot is favoured at right-back ahead of Aaron Wan-Bissaka, with Luke Shaw now starting with regularity in the left-back position. Raphael Varane plays alongside Lisandro Martinez. This is arguably our best back four.

Casemiro continues to build up his fitness levels after his own injury problems, with Kobbie Mainoo starting as per usual these days. Bruno Fernandes starts and captain’s the side.

Rasmus Hojlund has found some form of late and it’s great to see the Dane performing well despite an alarming lack of service. To his right and left respectively is Alejandro Garnacho and the returning Marcus Rashford.

Come on lads!

Don’t forget to leave your score predictions in the comment box below.

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  1. We need to change the goalie. There is some fitness lacking in our goalie and he could be not very fast in saving the goals due to his weight. Secondly, we need more consistency and alertness from some players and due to this they tend to make alot of mistakes in the end.
    We need more good strikers. It is sad to see how each transfer is not what all the talk about great expectations with the new owner come in etc. There was big talk of getting good players etc.

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