When Manchester United beat Burnley 3-1 in their previous game, a lot of the burden was removed from Ralf Rangnick’s shoulders. And, as the teams above them continue to drop points, the Red Devils have a decent possibility of breaking into the top four in the near future if they can maintain their current form.
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However, they must win right now. While teams like Chelsea and West Ham United are currently on a poor run of form, it is unlikely that this will continue.
Ralf Rangnick’s team must therefore aim to finish in the top four before the struggling clubs recover. It remains to be seen how things play out in the end, but it appears that the competition for the top four positions will be extremely competitive.
As a result, they’ll head into Saturday’s game against the Wolves with the goal of winning all three points. The return of a few superstars on that day might give them a huge boost.
Manchester United’s Predicted XI versus Wolves: A Major Comeback
Here’s how we predict Ralf Rangnick will set up Manchester United for their crucial Premier League match against Wolves:
David de Gea
After suffering for a few seasons, it appeared that De Gea might be on his way out of Old Trafford, with Dean Henderson appearing to be Manchester United’s long-term number one.
This season, however, the tables have entirely turned. De Gea is back to his best and is once again Manchester United’s first-choice goalkeeper, while Henderson is being linked with a move away from Old Trafford after struggling for first-team minutes.
The Spaniard is likely to start against Wolves as well.
Right now, it appears that Dalot is Manchester United’s first-choice right-back. He’s made the most of his opportunities and appears to be ahead of Aaron Wan-Bissaka in the standings.
Varane has been plagued by ailments of late, and he was benched against Burnley. However, the French World Cup winner is expected to return to the starting lineup against Wolves.
Maguire isn’t enjoying the best season of his career, and fans have called for him to be benched. However, the Manchester United captain is expected to keep his spot in the team for the time being.
Shaw had a good game against Burnley and should be given another chance in the upcoming game.
Fred was left out of the starting lineup against Burnley, but it would be surprising if Rangnick left him out for two games in a row.
McTominay had his best game of the season against Burnley, and Manchester United will be hoping he can continue his good form against Wolves.
Due to a suspension, Fernandes was unavailable for the match against Burnley, but he should return to the starting XI against Wolves. If Manchester United are to move into the top four, the Portuguese superstar must start putting in massive performances.
Sancho hasn’t had the best start at Old Trafford, but things are looking up for the Englishman.
Cavani has recently re-entered the first-team picture, and he should be given the nod once more.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored against Burnley, and he is expected to play against Wolves.