Wolves vs Manchester United H2h, Odds, Prediction & Match Preview

Wolves vs Manchester United H2h, Odds, Prediction & Match Preview

Wolves vs Manchester United H2h, Odds, Prediction & Match Preview
English FA Cup
Date: Saturday, 16 March 2019
Kick-Off at 19:55 UK / 20:55 CET
Venue: Molineux Stadium (Wolverhampton)

Manchester United’s busy schedule will continue on Saturday night as they travel to the West Midlands to face the Wolverhampton Wanderers in the FA Cup semi-final. United suffered its first league loss under Gunnar Solskjaer last weekend against direct rivals to qualify in the top four in the Premier League. The 2-0 defeat at Arsenal in Emirates allowed the Red Devils to be in the top four, two points behind the Gunners.

The Norwegian coach had big problems with the list of players injured and suspended in the last matches, but that did not stop the team from getting really angry and saw the PSG 1-3 seeded with stars in The Parc des Princes qualifies for the quarterfinals of the Champions League. Will Solskjaer send his best team here to face the Wolves in the FA Cup quarterfinals?

Wolves vs Manchester United H2h, Odds, Prediction & Match Preview

Wolves vs Manchester United: Face to face
  • The Wolverhampton Wanderers gave the Red Devils a 1-1 draw in their first meeting with H2H since 2012.
  • Manchester United overall has a positive record against the Wolves, with 10 wins ahead of the 83rd game.
  • However, the wolves were more successful in the local H2H business with a victory of 20 and a loss of 12 over 40 with Manchester United.
Wolves vs Manchester United: Prediction

Wolverhampton is one of the most pleasant surprises of the season in the Premier League. Literally, they are able to beat any opponent in the league as they won the Man City and Liverpool (FA Cup) steps earlier in the season.

The team led by Nuno Espirito Santo ranks seventh in the Premier League standings. Last weekend, Chelsea won a 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge. Wolves have been thriving in the last third in recent homers after scoring two or more goals in five of the last six games at Molineux in all competitions.

Wolverhampton has won five and has made one of the last six home games and will certainly be a tough guy for the Manchester United team, incapacitated by the injury. The bravest runners can win the home win 3-10, while we will also support the hosts so they do not lose to 1.61.