Man United Team News vs Wolves: Bailly, Pogba, Martial, Lindelof

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Manchester United host Wolverhampton Wanderers in a match-up of two sides hovering just outside the European qualification slots. Both can secure a place in Europe next season, provided they start getting on a roll, and it could all begin right here, in the very first fixture of the new year.

It’s all about New Year’s resolutions this time of year, right? Let’s preview this one, and take a look at the team news for both sides, starting with United.

Manchester United vs Wolves FYIs

Kickoff: Mon. Jan 3, 5:30pm, Old Trafford

Watch Party/Book Signing: If you’re in the Chicago area, come on out to Fado and watch the match and meet the author “Transatlantic Passage: How the English Premier League Redefined Soccer in America.

He’ll be signing copies of his book!

United Starting XI Prediction: go here

Google Result Probability: United win 61% Draw  23%  Wolves win 16%

Premier League Form Guide: United WDWWW   Wolves DWLLD

Premier League Position: United 7th, 31 pts    Wolves 8th, 25 pts

Team News

Paul Pogba remains out with a thigh issue while his countryman Anthony Martial is unlikely to feature here as he continues to want out of the club. There was an injury scare with Eric Bailly last time out, but he’s fine. That said, he’s unavailable for another reason, as he’s on his way to playing for country in the Africa Cup of Nations.

Finally, Victor Lindelof is a doubt due to match fitness concerns relating to his recent testing positive for covid.

Speaking of covid, Wolves have certainly had some selection issues lately, due to the outbreak that recently struck the team.

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They also have a host of players out injured, including the likes of: Rayan Aït-Nouri (groin), Yerson Mosquera (hamstring), Jonny (knee), Pedro Neto (knee), Willy Boly (calf).

Paul M. Banks is the owner/manager of The Bank (TheSportsBank.Net) and author of “Transatlantic Passage: How the English Premier League Redefined Soccer in America,” as well as “No, I Can’t Get You Free Tickets: Lessons Learned From a Life in the Sports Media Industry.”

He has regularly appeared in WGNSports Illustrated and the Chicago Tribune, and co-hosts the After Extra Time podcastFollow him on Twitter and Instagram

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