Wolves vs Man United
Man United stumbled to match Arsenal’s 27 match unbeaten record away from home as they drew 1-1 at St Mary’s last weekend, and they can go one further this weekend as they travel to the midlands to face Wolves. Wolves haven’t had the best start to the post Nuno era, losing both of their games heading into this clash.
They’re yet to get on the scoresheet too as Raul Jimenez understandably will take some more time to get back to his very best. This may be the game that we see Rafael Varane play in the Premier League for the first time as he was an unused sub against the Saints last week.
Since the beginning of the 2016/17 season, Real Madrid conceded 23% more goals when the French defender wasn’t starting, and that sort of resolve is going to be crucial for the Red Devils this season.
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