In Thursday’s (February 1) Premier League encounter, Wolves and Manchester United go head-to-head for all three points. Despite some controversy, the home team advanced to the F.A. Cup fourth round last weekend with a 2-0 victory against Black County rivals West Brom. Pedro Neto and Matheus Cunha scored twice in the first half to set up a fifth-round matchup between Premier League clubs with Brighton & Hove Albion.

On the other hand, United was involved in their FA Cup match and avoided defeat against Newport County, a team from League Two. Bruno Fernandes and Kobbie Mainoo gave them an early 2-0 lead, but the Welsh team battled back and were level by the 47th minute. But goals from Rasmus Hojlund and Antony spared the team from humiliation against the League 2 team.

The attention of the Red Devils has returned to the league, where they played to a 2-2 draw with Tottenham at home. Meanwhile, Wolves’ most recent league match was a scoreless draw away to Brighton. Wolves have 29 points after 21 games, whereas United have 32, putting them in eleventh place.

Top 3 marketsBest odds at bookmakers
Both Teams To Score -No ⚽2.18 at 1xbet
Draw In Full Time 🥅3.7 at 1xbet
Lemina Over 0.5 Shot on Target  ✅2.75 at 1xbet

Wolves and Manchester United: Previous Games 

In the past ten games between these clubs, one or both sides have failed to score nine times, including United’s 1-0 victory in August. 

Six games have been decided by a 1-0 scoreline during that period, with Wolves and United scoring twice. Even farther back in time, under 2.5 goals have been scored in 11 out of the past 14 matches.

The current trend of limited scoring will likely continue in this clash, given United’s previous struggles away from home and Wolves’ struggles moving forward.

Wolves have scored three or more goals in seven of their ten home matches this season, which goes against the trend of high-scoring games in the Premier League.

Probable Wolves Lineup

Sa, Toti, Dawson, Max Kilman; Ait-Nouri, Doyle, Lemina, Nelson Semedo; Neto, Cunha and Bellegarde

Probable Manchester United Lineup

Onana, Shaw, Martinez, Varane, Dalot; Mainoo, Casemiro, Fernandes; Garnacho, Antony and Hojlund

Betting tips: Wolves vs. Manchester United

Check out our predictions of the day for Wolves vs. Manchester United.

Prediction 1: Wolves x Manchester United / BTTS – No

As said, Wolves vs. Manchester United is not likely to be a goal-fest. Despite recent form and history, wolves are expected to score in this game. Thus, we believe it is less likely that both teams will score in this game. So,  Both Teams to Score – No

Prediction 2: Wolves x Manchester United / Full-Time Draw

Under Gary O’Neil, Wolves have won five of seven games in all competitions. Their home record has been superb, and a victory will put them ahead of United. United’s off-field concerns have returned, with Marcus Rashford under investigation. In the exact match last season, the England international was substituted for disciplinary reasons before scoring the winner. Under pressure, Erik ten Hag’s team’s top-four hopes could end without a victory. Be prepared for a scoreless draw.

Prediction 3: Wolves x Manchester United / Lemina over 0.5 shot on target

Lemina had three attempts at Old Trafford earlier in the season, but unfortunately, none were successful. On the other hand, he has scored in his past two games and 11 of his subsequent 19 games, with at least one shot on goal in each.

He’s worth a look to challenge United’s returning goalkeeper, Onana, as he has six shots on target in his previous seven home games.