Wolves v Man United: Red Devils set to start Lukaku and Lindelof from kick-off

Wolves v Man United: Red Devils set to start Lukaku and Lindelof from kick-off

- Man United will battle Wolves in a defining Premier League clash on Tuesday, April 2

- The Red Devils are seeking revenge against Wolves after the Nuno Espirito-tutored side bundled them out of the FA Cup

- The Old Trafford dwellers are fifth on the Premier League log with 61 points

Manchester United have been handed a double injury boost following the return of Romelu Lukaku and Victor Lindelof ahead of their Premier League clash against Wolverhampton on Tuesday, April 2.

United will be seeking to get the perfect revenge against Wolves after they knocked them out of the FA Cup.

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Both Lukaku and Lindelof missed United's 2-1 hard-fought victory over Watford at the weekend, but now are said to be in contention for a starting place against Wolves.

However, unlike Lindelof, Lukaku is expected to start from the bench, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer bound to start the attacking trio of Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard.

The three combined perfectly against the Hornets, with Martial and Rashford scoring a goal apiece to gift the Red Devils a vital win.

Solskjaer could also start with Paul Pogba, Nemanja Matic and Ander Herrera in the midfield.

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Lindelof is expected to be partnered with Chris Smalling at the heart of United defence, with Luke Shaw and Ashley Young providing cover on either flanks, as David De Gea guards the posts.

Man United possible line up v Wolves:

Goalkeeper: David de Gea

Defenders: Shaw, Lindelof, Smalling, Young

Midfielders: Pogba, Matic, Herrera

Forwards: Martial, Rashford, Lingard

Meanwhile, victory over the Nuno Espirito-tutored side could see United move to third on the Premier League standings with 64 points, a point better than Arsenal who leapfrogged Tottenham Hotspurs to the position after their victory over Newcastle United on Monday night, April 1.

Earlier, Legit.ng reported Ander Herrera has agreed a move in principle to leave Manchester United for Paris Saint-Germain for free at the end of the season.

The Sun reported earlier that the Spaniard, whose present deal at United expires at the end of the current campaign, is expected to pocket £150,000-a-week deal at PSG for three years.

Interestingly, the 29-year-old Herrera, who made 187 appearances for United across five seasons in the Premier League reportedly snubbed United's their new contract after playing a crucial role for the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer tutored-side.

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