Manchester Utd take on Wolves in the FA Cup replay at the Old Trafford on Wednesday after the the first fixture at the Molineux ended in a stalemate to force a replay.
United enjoyed a comfortable win over Norwich City on Saturday even as we saw Marcus Rashford scored a brace in his 200th appearance for Manchester United making him one of the youngest players to achieve such feat.
United Kick started their FA Cup campaign this with a draw against Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Molineux. United were not able to dismantle wolves defense with Santo’s men keeping a clean sheet at home.
How do you think Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will approach the game on Wednesday?
Beating Norwich City looked more easier like playing against a non-league side with two fringe attackers. United totally dominated proceedings and they were able to coordinate the midfield as well as the defense.
United have found it hard to grind out results against the top six. Wolves have proven to be a stronger opposition since their promotion to back to the Premier League.
Their first season, Wolves got the Europa League and have since continued to maintain their stands.
Solskjaer need to approach the game as if it were a cup final unless Solskjaer thinks the FA Cup is not important to him. Winning the FA Cup guarantees an automatic qualification to the Europa League.
Getting to the top four looks like a daunting task and the chances of Units grabbing a Champions League ticket looks more like an impossible task to carry-out.
Solskjaer need to win the FA Cup to at least add a trophy the club’s cabinet.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer started Harry Maguire upon his return from injury. Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Victor Lindelof were outstanding against Norwich City.
In a game like this, Solskjaer should consider starting Mason Greenwood and give Marcus Rashford some rest. Martial should start and Sergio Romero should be given the chance to start.