Manchester United Line-up invade Wolves’ nest Expected starting 11, Manchester United’s away game against Wolves. Believes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will not send Anthony Martial after a poor performance in the last match.
Manchester United fans have just received good news on Friday, August 27, past that Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese national team striker. Will return to football in Old Trafford again after reaching an agreement with Juventus already.
The 36-year-old is expect to make his debut for the “Red Devils” against Newcastle United in the Premier League at Old Trafford on Saturday, September 11. Passed the national team program
While the Premier League games this week, Manchester United Line-up have a program to visit. Wolverhampton Wanderers Sunday night August 29 (22:30 Thailand time) before taking a break for the national team program.
In this match, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the “Red Devils” coach. They will continue to use the same 4-2-3-1 playing system. With the Spanish national team goalkeeper David de Gea on the pole. After doing a good job in first two games
While the back four let Aaron Wan-Bissaka be stationed at the right-back. Luke Shaw stands at the left-back while the centre-back pair is time to send Raphael Varane. A defender at the back. New Come play with Harry Maguire resulting Victory Marlins de Lovecraft be turned into a reserve.
The central midfielder has become a major problem for Solskjaer after Scott McTominay underwent surgery on his groin. And there is no time to return to the field. So Nemanja Matic should be able to play with Fred again. Although both have poor performance in the game. Southampton as well
On the front three, it’s time to send new winger Jadon Sancho into the starting XI while Bruno Fernandes keeps the game in the middle of the field. While Paul Pogba has 5 assists. The cyst is standing on the left side as usual.
While the striker will keep Mason Greenwood moving up to do the same in the first game in a 5-1 thrashing of Leeds after Anthony Martial came in and start. Bad job in the last match