Wolves Vs Manchester United Dream11 Prediction: The SportsRush brings you the Dream11 prediction between Manchester United and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Wolverhampton Wanderers will invite Manchester United to Molineux Stadium on Monday. The Red Devils started off their season to a flier with a 4-0 victory against Chelsea, while the hosts shared a point with Leicester City, a fixture which ended in a stalemate in the opening weekend of the Premier League.
Nuno Santo’s side had a first-rate record against the big six last season, but they will have to rise up to the occasion to secure the victory this campaign. On the other hand, Manchester United looked bleak in certain defending aspects against Frank Lampard’s Chelsea. This will force the Red Devils to work to amend their flaws against a compacted side.
We shall look at the Dream11 and starting line up prediction between Wolverhampton Wanderers and Manchester United.
WOLVERHAMPTON WANDERERS PREDICTED STARTING LINEUP:
Rui Patricio, Ryan Bennett, Conor Coady, Willy Boly, Matt Doherty, Jonny, Ruben Neves, Leander Dendoncker, Joao Moutinho, Diogo Jota, Raul Jimenez.
MANCHESTER UNITED PREDICTED STARTING LINEUP:
David De Gea, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Victor Lindelof, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw, Paul Pogba, Scott McTominay, Andreas Pereira, Jesse Lingard, Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford.
WOLVES VS MANCHESTER UNITED DREAM11 PREDICTED LINE UP
Rui Patricio: Wolverhampton Wanderers have a compact defence and they have a higher chance of keeping a clean sheet. The Portuguese is an excellent shot-stopper and has the capability of shutting down opponents’ attackers on his day. He gets the nod above David De Gea because of the shape of the high disparity defensive line.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka: Aaron Wan-Bissaka covers plenty of ground to tick the box for the Red Devils. He makes plenty of interceptions and wins plenty of tackles and accumulates plenty of points. He is capable of contributing towards the final third.
Matt Doherty: Matt Doherty is the right full-back for Wolverhampton Wanderers. The Irish has an abundance of energy and contributes to the final third. Although he is defensively susceptible, his numbers in the final third do not remain silly.
Harry Maguire: Harry Maguire is the defensive leader for Manchester United. The defender has a world-record price tag on him, but he was calm during his first outing against Chelsea. He makes plenty of defensive and offensive contributions – making himself as one of the must-have players in the eleven.
Willy Boly: Willy Boly is one of the underrated defenders in the league. The Wolves centre-back is the left-sided centre-back and is one of the most influencers in setting the tone for the team. He wins plenty of aerial duels and is a severe threat from the set-piece.
Ruben Neves: Ruben Neves is an integral cog to Wolverhampton Wanderers. The midfielder sits back with the defence and orchestrates the game for the Wolves, who are dependent on the narrowness of the side. He is the prime set-piece taker and could notch up goals or assists.
Joao Moutinho: Since Neves and Dendoncker provides utmost freedom for another midfielder to roam around the frontline, Joao Moutinho makes plenty of forward runs. The midfielder scored one and set up nine last campaign, thereby becoming one of the main creative hubs of Nuno Santo’s side.
Paul Pogba: Paul Pogba provided two assists last weekend, but he was upsetting in the last two outings against Wolverhampton last campaign. He can change the game within a blink of an eye, although he remains if he would do well because of the closing down from Wolves.
Jesse Lingard: Jesse Lingard will start ahead of Daniel James, who lacks Premier League experience. The Englishmen will be hoping to get on the scoresheet as he operates in the offensive position. He has the knack of picking out passes with a positional play to get in front of the goal to score tap ins.
Marcus Rashford (C): Marcus Rashford scored twice in the opening weekend of the Premier League. His linkup play with Anthony Martial will be crucial for Manchester United’s hopes of counter-attacking. His chance creation is another important ingredient for Solskjaer.
Raul Jimenez (VC): Raul Jimenez is Wolves’ talisman. The last season’s top scorer was not at the end of any glaring chance against Leicester City, but he’s a clinical striker with a chance of changing the game within seconds. He can thrive if he’s provided with proper creativity.
Disclaimer: This team is made on the basis of our research for the game. This XI is what we think would work – you’re free to choose your own XI.