Marcus Rashford runs at the Wolves defender with the ball.

Wolves v United: The stats you need to know

Manchester United travel to Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League for the first time in seven years tonight (Tuesday).

Scroll down to see our impressive league record against the Black Country club, our superb away form in recent months and several other need-to-know stats...
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United have met Wolves on 100 previous occasions. The Reds have won 48 of those clashes, drawn 17 and lost 35, including last month’s Emirates FA Cup meeting.

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Tuesday’s match will be the 10th game between the teams in the Premier League. We have won six, lost two and drawn just once - that came in September’s 1-1 tie at Old Trafford.

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This is our first league game at Molineux for seven years, when we won 5-0 in March 2012 thanks to goals from Jonny Evans, Antonio Valencia, Danny Welbeck and Javier Hernandez (2).

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United have scored against Wolves in the last seven league meetings. The last time we failed to find the back of the net against the Black Country side was in January 2004.

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men have been in superb form on the road and the Reds have won six of the last seven league games on our travels.

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Only once this season have United failed to score in an away Premier League game and Tottenham Hotspur are the only side to have netted more away league goals than United’s 30.

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Wolves have won just once in the last six Premier League matches and have also drawn three and lost two in that time. The solitary win came against Cardiff on 2 March.

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Tuesday’s hosts are unbeaten in their last seven matches in all competitions at Molineux, winning six and drawing once. Wolves were last beaten at home by Crystal Palace on 2 January.

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Wolves have proved to be tricky opponents for the Premier League’s top six this season. In 11 games against those sides in all competitions, they have won four, drawn four and lost three.

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We now have four players (Lukaku, Martial, Pogba, Rashford) in double figures for goalscoring in the Premier League this season. This is the first time this has happened since 1995/96.

All stats were correct up to kick-off on 2 April 2019. For innovative live stats during the game, download our Official App from Apple's App Store or Google Play.

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