The Red Devils will be missing both Raphael Varane and Scott McTominay when they face Wolves this weekend.
The team needs to regain their winning form in order to keep their hopes of finishing in the top four alive. Recent consecutive losses to Brighton and West Ham have unexpectedly given Liverpool a chance to compete for a spot in the Champions League.
Erik ten Hag, the United manager, doesn't have any new injury concerns as they enter the final four games of the Premier League season. However, there are also no players returning from injury for the upcoming match, which Wolves managed to win in the previous season.
It is believed that Varane is closer to making a comeback compared to McTominay, but the following weekend's trip to Bournemouth is a more probable return date for the World Cup winner.
Ten Hag will once again have to decide whether to continue with Wout Weghorst as the striker after his disappointing performance in the defeat against West Ham. There is the option of bringing in Anthony Martial or deploying Marcus Rashford in a central position.
In addition, Alejandro Garnacho who recently recovered from an injury, made it to the bench in the previous match at the London Stadium. He could also be vying for a starting position in the team.
Below is the probable XI;
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