Probable Team Line-ups: Wolves vs Manchester United

It is time  for Wolves to meet the mighty Manchester United at the Golden Palace. This time with the best team Wolves can put on. Last time at Old Trafford there was a difference in opinion if Wolves had the strongest team available on the pitch. The Barclay’s Premier League Officials didn’t think so – and I have to agree with them.

The Wolves team has been the same for the last three games. Mick McCarthy thinks he has found a formation – that I describe as 4-2-3-1 – that suits the players and the way we should play to be at our best. That is something I agree on, even if I would want some slight changes to the starting eleven. But I believe that Mick will stick with the same starting eleven as against Bolton. Keogh will probably come on after about an hour instead of Foley and hopefully Nenad Milijas – to substitute the former Manchester United player David Jones. Maybe we will see another former United player – Sylvan Ebanks-Blake – coming on from the bench as well.

Manchester United have a lot of possibilities of line-ups. But they have played something that looks like a 4-4-2-formation in the latest two games so my guess is that Sir Alex Ferguson will continue on that line. With Rooney reported having a minor knee knock and many matches lately I believe he will be rested on the bench to come in if needed. Diouf will have a chance to show what he can do together with Berbatov. Ferdinand is reported to be back in contention after a back injury and Nani is available after suspension.

These are the starting elevens I think we will see  at the Golden Palace. I will make no prediction of the result this time as I believe it may bring bad luck. 😆

Paddytheflea

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~ by paddytheflea on March 5, 2010.

One Response to “Probable Team Line-ups: Wolves vs Manchester United”

  1. Rooney must be line up to day againest wolves for the sake of two things :1) adding goals for him self to become top.and
    2) to win him team over wolves surely. thanks!!!

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