Manchester United predicted XI: Wolves (H)
Manchester United welcome Wolves to Old Trafford this Saturday and looking for a fourth consecutive win after they eased past Young Boys 3-0 in the Champions League on Wednesday night.
Captain on the night, Paul Pogba, and his French colleague Anthony Martial, provided the goals for United.
Wolves just sit just a point behind United in the Premier League. They are unbeaten in their last three games, including a 1-1 draw with Manchester City.
Since defeat to Spurs, United are on the rise and this should be a comfortable three points, but if they play like they did against Young Boys in the opening 30 minutes, then Wolves may have a chance to cause an upset at Old Trafford.
Here is the XI that I think Jose Mourinho will select for the game:
GK - David De Gea
De Gea will be between the sticks again, he will be hoping to keep his first clean sheet at Old Trafford this season.
RB - Antonio Valencia
Captain Valencia will come back into the side after missing the game against Young Boys.
CB - Chris Smalling
Smalling, who has been in top form since coming back into the side, should retain his place.
CB - Victor Lindelof
Lindelof, who has faced criticism this season, has been reassuring since the defeat to Brighton. He will be hoping for another good performance.
LB - Luke Shaw
Luke Shaw has been United’s best player so far this season. After another great performance in midweek, he should return for his first Premier League game since his injury.
CDM - Marouane Fellaini
Fellaini did not start in midweek as Nemanja Matic was available, but now as Matic is suspended, Fellaini will hope to get back into the line up and carry on his excellent form.
CM - Fred
Fred, who has not started in the Premier League since the 3 – 0 defeat to Spurs played against Young Boys in midweek, He will be hoping to make a name for himself and cement his name in the starting line up.
CM - Paul Pogba
Pogba has put his differences with the manager aside and has started to be more influential with four goals in six games. He will be looking to carry on his goal scoring form.
RW - Jesse Lingard
Lingard will come back into the side after being rested against Young Boys, Along with Luke Shaw he has been one of United’s star players so far this season.
LW - Alexis Sanchez
Sanchez, who was benched in favour of Martial in midweek, will be back in the side. He will hope to kick-start his season after some average performances.
ST - Romelu Lukaku
Lukaku has been great so far this season. Four goals in the Premier League puts him second behind Eden Hazard in the top scorer’s list.