Several matches are scheduled to be played today within the course of the day with the red devils ie Manchester United will be traveling to Molineux stadium to face Wolverhampton in the 18th round of the league.
After a huge victory 3-0 in their previous match against Nottingham Forest the red devils will be willing to continue with their attractive form thus hear is their today's predicted line up.
According to reports,their will be no changes in the goal post whereby De Gea is set to start after registering 6 clean sheets until now.
In the defense wall,Raphael Varane, Luke Shaw, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Lisandro Martinez are set to start.From the previous game,one change has been made in the defense line whereby Martinez has been introduced hence dropping Malacia.
On the other side,in the midfield,the Brazilian international and Tuesday man of the match Casemiro will start alongside Christian Eriksen.Fred however will start on the bench despite scoring against Nottingham Forest.
Ahead of them their will be Bruno Fernandes with Marcus Rashford and Anthony in the left and right wing respectively whereby they will be supporting striker Anthony Martial .
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