Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Manchester United preview – team news, press conference quotes and more!

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Do the Red Devils need to worry about the Wanderers?

Yes. Wolves embarrassed us at Molineux last time around. Not only did they knock United out of the FA Cup, but they did so in style – playing much better football than us at times.

Santo’s side, who are currently 7th in the Premier League table after being promoted from the Championship last season, can certainly punch above their weight and so should never be underestimated.

Although they did lose 2-0 to 17th placed Burnley at Turf Moor on the weekend, Wolves have a habit of turning up against top-six sides, so United should not expect a similar scoreline.

Furthermore, Santo has a fully fit squad to pick from to play on Tuesday. Forwards Raul Jimenez and Diogo Jota – both of whom scored against United last time around – will have to be marked more carefully if Solskjaer’s men are to leave Wolverhampton with all three points.