Manchester United will be traveling to Molineux Stadium in Wolverhampton where they will be facing Wolves. The Red Devils will be aiming at their second win of the season after they drew 1-1 with Southampton last weekend. It is a game where Manchester United fans expect to see Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane in Manchester United's starting eleven squad. However, Manchester United will be without some of their stars due to different reasons.
According to Flashscore, Manchester United will be without eight of their players who are Marcus Rashford, Alex Telles, Edinson Cavani, Dean Henderson, Scott McTomminay, Eric Bailly, Phil Jones and Cristiano Ronaldo. The players won't be available for different reasons. Marcus Rashford has not yet fully recovered after the shoulder surgery that he underwent last month. Dean Henderson is reportedly ill and that's why he won't be available for today's fixture. Eric Bailly and Edinson Cavani won't be available because they are lacking match fitness.
Scott McTomminay and Phil Jones have groin and knee injury respectively. Alex Telles is still recovering from a knee injury he suffered before the season began whereas Cristiano Ronaldo has an injury on his arm.
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