Wolves vs Manchester United: Will the world see Cristiano Ronaldo make his second debut for the Red Devils when they visit Molineux Stadium on Sunday (Watch live at 11:30 am ET, on NBCSN and online via NBCSports.com)?
Ronaldo’s transfer from Juventus to Manchester United was confirmed by the club on Friday, leaving a small possibility that the Portuguese star will be available for selection (most likely on the bench) this weekend. With Marcus Rashford (shoulder surgery) unavailable at the moment and Edinson Cavani barely back in the squad after the Copa America, Manchester United started the season a bit light on the options of center-forward, where the return of Ronaldo. After beating Leeds United 5-1 on Matchday 1, the Red Devils collapsed in a 1-1 draw with Southampton last weekend.
As for the Wolves, the Bruno Lage era is off to a rocky start with back-to-back defeats to start the season. However, every setback has been of the 1-0 type, indicating that Wolves may not be that far away from improving results. The strong defensive and counter-attacking tendencies remained of the former Nuno Espirito Santo side, but the finishing touches escaped the attacking unit, namely Raul Jimenez who returned from the fractured skull he suffered in last november.
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Here’s everything you need to know ahead of Wolves vs Manchester United this Sunday with team news, odds, a stream link and more.
Wolves Team News, Injury (INJURY REPORT)
OUT: Pedro Neto (knee), Jonny (knee), Yerson Mosquera (hamstrings), Hugo Bueno (hamstrings)
🔙 Boly and Podence on the bench
Make sure you get to your seats early …
– Wolves (@Loups) August 29, 2021
Manchester United squad news, injuries
OUT: Marcus Rashford (shoulder), Alex Telles (ankle), Scott McTominay (groin), Dean Henderson (COVID-19), Phil Jones (knee), Eric Bailly (international service – Olympics)
– Manchester United (@ManUtd) August 29, 2021
Ends and ends (Full odds provided by our partner, PointsBet)
Wolves (+375) | Manchester United (-130) | Mintage (+240)
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Wolves are precisely the sort of team that has troubled Man United in recent seasons under the guidance of many managers – a team that defends itself deeply and quickly launches counterattacks once they trick you into pushing too many players towards. the front. It wouldn’t be a surprise at all if the Wolves scored a point. Wolves 1-1 Manchester United.
How to watch Wolves vs. Manchester United, live stream & start time
Kick off: 11:30 a.m. ET Sunday
In line: Stream via NBCSports.com