Expert Ben Knapton from Sportsmole has predicted the outcome of the MU vs Wolves match in round 36 of the English Premier League, which takes place at 21:00 on May 13.
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MU has just suffered two consecutive defeats in the English Premier League and allowed the 5th-placed team Liverpool to narrow the gap to just 1 point. At the moment, MU could potentially lose their 4th place (which would guarantee participation in next season's UEFA Champions League) to Liverpool.
Of course, MU is fully aware of the danger and they really want to get all 3 points in tonight's game to secure their position. Fairly, this is a task within the reach of the Red Devils when they play at home against the preferred Wolves.
Expert Ben Knapton of the reputable Sportsmole website predicts that the Red Devils will regain their winning feeling against Wolves tonight.
"In the past two rounds, MU has encountered many difficulties when playing away to Brighton and West Ham. As we know, Ten Hag's team both suffered a 0-1 defeat. The disappointment is because these are losses due to individual errors.
In the match against Brighton, Luke Shaw touched the ball with his hand in the penalty area in the last minute of the game, resulting in a penalty kick. In the match against West Ham a few days later, De Gea played in a distracted manner and caused MU to concede early in the first half.
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Returning to this weekend's match, MU returns to Old Trafford, which is a good opportunity for them to return to their winning streak. It should be noted that the Red Devils have won 12 and only drawn 3 out of their last 15 home matches in the English Premier League. If MU has a home advantage, Wolves are a weak team when playing away from home, evidenced by their record of 4 losses and 2 draws in their last 6 away matches.
Looking at the contrasting home and away form above, it is not surprising if MU will get all 3 points in tonight's match against Wolves" - Ben Knapton predicts that the victory will belong to MU.
Team news for MU vs Wolves:
MU: Raphaël Varane, Lisandro Martínez, Donny van de Beek, Tom Heaton, Scott McTominay, and Phil Jones are injured.