It could be said Manchester United have been able to rise after swallowing two successive defeats earlier this season. Entering 6th matchdays of Premier League, Jose Mourinho’s squad will return to playing at home, this time they will face one of the promotion teams this season, Wolverhampton Wanderers. The match is planned to take place on Saturday night, 22 September 2018 at Old Trafford Stadium.
As we said, Manchester United actually had a losing streak in two matches earlier this season, each against Bournemouth and Tottenham Hotspur. Had been flooded with criticism, but Jose Mourinho’s team finally managed to rise by packing two consecutive wins in the next two games, including when they beat Watford on last weekend. After the first European Champions League match in the group phase, of course, Manchester United targeting a winning on this weekend’s match.
Moreover, the match took place at home, on paper they were also favored over the Wolverhampton Wanderers. Yes, finally Wolves returned to play in the English Premier League, although it was one of the promotion teams, but in fact Wolverhampton Wandereds performed brilliantly by recording three consecutive wins before the fight against United later.
Head to head Matches between Manchester United VS Wolves:
18.03.12 Wolves 0-5 Manchester United
10.12.11 Manchester United 4-1 Wolves
06.02.11 Wolves 2-1 Manchester United
06.11.10 Manchester United 2-1 Wolves
27.10.10 Manchester United 3-2 Wolves
Manchester United’s Last 5 Matches:
15.09.18 Watford 1-2 Manchester United
02.09.18 Burnley 0-2 Manchester United
28.08.18 Manchester United 0-3 Tottenham
19.08.18 Brighton 3-2 Manchester United
11.08.18 Manchester United 2-1 Leicester
Wolves’ Last 5 Matches:
16.09.18 Wolves 1-0 Burnley
01.09.18 West Ham 0-1 Wolves
29.08.18 Sheffield Wed 0-2 Wolves
25.08.18 Wolves 1-1 Manchester City
18.08.18 Leicester 2:-0 Wolves
Manchester United: David De Gea, Antonio Valencia, Victor Lindelöf, Chris Smalling, Ashley Young, Fred, Nemanja Matic, Jesse Lingard, Paul Pogba, Juan Mata, Romelu Lukaku.
Wolverhampton Wanderers: Rui Patricio, Ryan Bennett, Willy Boly, Matt Doherty, Honor Coady, Helder Costa, Morgan Gibbs-White, Ryan Giles, Ruben Neves, Leo Bonatini, Ivan Cavaleiro.