How to watch and follow Wolves v United

Tuesday 30 January 2024 15:58

Manchester United are in Premier League action on Thursday night, as Erik ten Hag's side travel to Molineux to face Wolves (20:15 GMT).

The Reds successfully saw off Newport County in our last outing on Sunday, winning 4-2 at Rodney Parade in the Emirates FA Cup fourth round, with four different scorers finding the net.

Bruno Fernandes, Kobbie Mainoo, Antony and Rasmus Hojlund were all on target in South Wales, with the boss also offering the chance for some of his recently returned Reds to garner some valuable minutes.

As we countdown to kick-off in the Black Country, here are all the details you need, ahead of our meeting with Gary O'Neil's side...

Thursday's clash is set to be broadcast live on TNT Sports and coverage will begin at 19:30 GMT.

Kick-off follows 45 minutes later and our very own MUTV programme starts at 19:10 GMT.

Team news will follow shortly after, one hour ahead of kick-off, while our Match Day Live show will bring you all the pre-match build-up.

Short match highlights will follow in the early hours of Friday morning.

Luke Shaw, Casemiro and Harry Maguire all returned to register their first minutes of 2024 against Newport.

Lisandro Martinez managed 89 minutes on his first start of the calendar year too, while Altay Bayindir performed well on his debut for the club.

Marcus Rashford did not feature at Rodney Parade, but is due back in the squad for Thursday's clash.

Andre Onana is also likely to be available, after Cameroon were eliminated by Nigeria in the last 16 of the Africa Cup of Nations.

Mason Mount and Victor Lindelof are still stepping up their respective return from injuries. Tyrell Malacia and Anthony Martial remain absentees.

United come into the game having won back-to-back away matches for the first time since November and will be buoyed by our recent victory in South Wales.

Rasmus Hojlund took his goal tally to eight and will be bidding to find the net for the third consecutive Premier League game, against Wolves.

O'Neil's side haven't lost in their last seven games, in all competitions, and will be bidding to upset the Reds.

Top scorer Hwang Hee-chan (11) is currently away on international duty with South Korea and will be a miss for the Wanderers.

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A full round of Premier League fixtures is set to commence across the next three days, with Wolves and United the last to take to the field. Below is the complete listing...


Nottingham Forest v Arsenal 
Luton v Brighton (19:45 GMT)
Fulham v Everton (19:45 GMT)
Crystal Palace v Sheffield United (20:00 GMT)
Aston Villa v Newcastle (20:15 GMT)


Manchester City v Burnley
Tottenham v Brentford
Liverpool v Chelsea (20:15 GMT)


West Ham v Bournemouth
Wolves v UNITED (20:15 GMT)

All kick-offs 19:30 GMT unless stated.