Match Preview: Wolves 1-1 Manchester Utd Prediction and Betting Tips 19.08.2019

Wolves – Manchester Utd Predictions

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Wolves 1-1 Manchester Utd

Date: 19.08.2019 | Match at: 20:00 | League: ENGLAND: Premier League – Round 2 | Tip: Over 1.5 Goals | Odds: 1.41 | Bookie: 1xbet


Match Preview

Wolves started their Premier League (PL) season with an underwhelming 0-0 draw at Leicester City. Now back at the Molineux Stadium, they will be hoping to continue their impressive run of 13 competitive home games undefeated (W11, D2). Notably, ten of those games saw them score two or more goals.
Having been involved in Europa League (EL) qualifiers, the Wolves attack is already firing on all cylinders, showing no obvious fatigue. They have played five competitive matches so far this season, winning four (W4, D1). Impressively they scored exactly four goals in three of those victories.
After a big home win last time out vs Chelsea (4-0), Manchester United will be eager to correct the wrongs of last season – especially away from home. They failed to win any of their final six competitive away matches last season (D1, L5) conceding two or more goals in each of those five defeats.
Furthermore, United have lost three of their previous four visits to the Molineux Stadium (W1, L3). Strikingly, all three defeats came by the same 2-1 scoreline, and that is given additional relevance by the fact that both teams have scored in seven of the last eight H2H meetings.
Players to watch: Diogo Jota netted in Wolves’ EL fixture on Thursday, and also scored in both games vs United at Molineux last season.
Marcus Rashford netted a brace last weekend against Chelsea and he scored United’s consolation goal in the FA Cup fixture between the sides in March.
Stat attack: Both H2H meetings at Molineux last season produced a combined total of 15 cards (14 yellow, one red).
United’s final two away league goals last season came in the opening 15 minutes.
The ‘Red Devils’ faced the second-highest number of shots (17) in the PL last weekend.