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Wolves vs Manchester United Match Stats Preview

Wolves vs Manchester United Match Stats Preview

Wolves have lost six of their last seven Premier League meetings with Manchester United (W1), losing the last three without scoring a single goal.

Having won just two of their first six Premier League away games against Wolves (D1 L3), Manchester United have now won each of their last three visits to Molineux.

Since the start of MD15 (5th December 2023), only Liverpool (17) have amassed more Premier League points than Wolves (14 – W4 D2 L1).

Manchester United have lost three of their last four Premier League away games (D1), scoring just one goal across these four outings. The Red Devils could lose three successive away league matches for the first time since a run of seven from March to August 2022.

Having lost their first two home Premier League games of 2023-24 (vs Brighton and Liverpool), Wolves have since gone unbeaten in eight (W5 D3). Only once previously have they enjoyed a longer run without defeat at Molineux in the competition (a run of 10 ending in August 2019).

Manchester United haven’t lost a Premier League game in the month of February since 2018 (1-0 vs Newcastle), going unbeaten in their last 22 such games since then (W13 D9).

Coming into this round of matches, only 20th placed Sheffield United (100 minutes) and 18th placed Luton (223 minutes) have spent less time ahead in Premier League games this season than Manchester United (288 minutes), with the Red Devils failing to lead for a single minute in any of their last four away games.

Wolves manager Gary O’Neil has seen his sides lose all three of their Premier League encounters with Manchester United without scoring a single goal (twice with Bournemouth last term, and on MD1 this season with Wolves), while as a player he only lost more games against Chelsea (15) than he did against Manchester United in the competition (10/14).

Matheus Cunha has been directly involved in seven goals across his last six home appearances for Wolves in all competitions, scoring and assisting in each of his last two at Molineux (vs Everton in the Premier League and Brentford in the FA Cup).

Marcus Rashford has scored (2) or assisted (1) in each of his last three Premier League appearances for Manchester United, as many goal involvements as in his first 17 games this term (2 goals, 1 assist). The Englishman has two Premier League goals against Wolves with both being assisted by Bruno Fernandes in 1-0 victories (December 2020 and December 2022).



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My Hack Stuff: Wolves vs Manchester United Match Stats Preview
Wolves vs Manchester United Match Stats Preview
Wolves have lost six of their last seven Premier League meetings with Manchester United (W1), losing the last three without scoring a single goal.
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