FA Cup: Three Things to Look out for as Wolverhampton Wanderers Host Manchester United | ht_media

Diogo Dalot

Manchester United travel to the Molineux Stadium to face Wolverhampton Wanderers in the quarterfinals of the FA Cup. After their defeat in the weekend game in the Premier League, the Red Devils will be looking to get back on a winning run again.

Here are three things to look out for in the Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Manchester United game.

3. Win before the break

Diogo Dalot,Fred

This will be the last game before the international break for Manchester United, and they would want to go in with a win to wipe out the Arsenal loss. Although the team’s performance was not bad, they were unable to convert their chances. 

United will be looking avoid a similar fate tonight and win the last game before they all disperse to their respective national teams. 

2. Quarterfinal appearance after more than 15 years

Nuno Espirito Santo

Wolves are making their quarterfinal appearance in the FA Cup after more than 15 years, with their last coming in 2003 when they lost to Southampton. They will want to avoid that fate, and will be confident of getting the job done considering they have got some good results this season and are in seventh place in the Premier League.

1. United’s record

David De Gea

Manchester United are the second most successful team in the competition, winning the trophy 12 times. They will be looking to equal Arsenal’s record, and their form right now can give them the confidence to get the job done. With the Champions League and Premier League top four much tougher assignments, the FA Cup would certainly be a trophy they can aim to win. 

 Here are three things to look out for in the Wolverhampton Wanderers vs Manchester United game. 

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