The Red Devils have already bowed out of two competitions this season, as a defeat to Crystal Palace saw them exit the League Cup, while the loss to Basel spelled doom in Europe.
Smalling, Ferdinand, Evans, Evra
Nani, Jones, Carrick, Young
Stearman, Johnson, Berra, Ward
Edwards, Henry, Guedioura, Hunt
The list of those injured in battle continues as Javier Hernandez (ankle), Michael Owen (thigh) and Nemanja Vidic (knee) are all out for this fixture. The latter could be out for a few months after a nasty-looking fall at Basel.
Wolves boss Mick McCarthy will likely miss the services of Jody Craddock (hamstring) and Kevin Foley (ankle), while Michael Kightly is unavailable because he is out on loan with Watford.
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- Manchester United has won only one of its last five matches in all competitions. Two losses, against Crystal Palace and Basel, saw the club bow out of the League Cup and the Champions League respectively.
- No team has been able to keep a clean sheet against the Red Devils this season, which means that they have scored in every game in every competition during the course of the current campaign.
- But Sir Alex Ferguson's men have not been prolific in recent weeks, as they have scored exactly one goal in their last seven games in the Premier League.
- Even Wolverhampton Wanderers have scored more in their last seven league games, as they have hit the back of the net nine times.
- The last time these two sides met was back in February at Molineux. Mick McCarthy's men managed to secure a 2-1 victory on that occasion as goals from George Elokobi and Kevin Doyle saw the then bottom-placed team beating the league leader at the time.
- If all matches ended at halftime, Wolves would find themselves at the bottom of the Premier League.