Fresh from an exciting 4-0 win over Norwich City in the English Premier League, Manchester United return to the FA Cup where they are set to take on Wolverhampton in the return leg of their third round match ups.
Marcus Rashford netted a brace in the victory over Norwich while Antony Martial and Mason Greenwood each scored a goal for the victory. The win ended the Devils' winless streak that had extended to three games and extended their stay in fifth place to three weeks.
Back to the FA Cup, United and Wolverhampton settled for a goalless draw in the opening leg at the Molineux Stadium.
At home, United are playing fairly well and have won four times in six games, one of which ended in a draw. Five of the team's last six home matches closed with a total of three or more goals.
The Wolves are seventh in the league standings and have been playing quite well this season. They travel to United after a 1-1 draw, a match in which Leander Dendocker scored the team's goal.
Nuno Santo's team is also playing well in away matches, where they have scored twice and settled for draws twice in six fixtures. Five of Wolverhampton's last six games ended in over 2.5 goals and had both teams scoring.
Contrary to popular opinion Wolverhampton are no pushovers and they have continually proven a worthy competitor in this tournament. United will be going into this match looking to keep their home fans excited after the great weekend performance. We expect the home side to fight hard for the victory and we see them winning although all indications are that the visitors will have at least one goal as well.