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Wolves v United: The stats you need to know

Manchester United will be looking to progress to the Emirates FA Cup semi-finals when we take on Wolves in tonight's quarter-final tie at Molineux.

The Reds are on the road in this competition for the third successive round, after negotiating tricky ties at Arsenal and Chelsea. 

Nuno Espirito Santo's rejuvenated Wolves side – who currently sit seventh in the Premier League in their first season since returning to the top flight – stand in our way, as the final hurdle before the semi-finals at Wembley Stadium next month. 

Ahead of kick-off in the West Midlands at 19:55 GMT, take a look at 10 essential pre-match stats you need to know...

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This will be our 100th match against Wolves in all competitions. We have won 48, drawn 17 and lost 34 games to date.

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Our last FA Cup visit to Molineux was in 2006, when we won 3-0. Kieran Richardson scored twice and Louis Saha got the other.

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Luke Shaw could make his 100th appearance for United in all competitions.

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We've been drawn away for the third straight round in the FA Cup, having won at Arsenal (3-1) and Chelsea (2-0). Our third-round tie was a 2-0 home win over Reading.

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Our seven goals in this season's FA Cup have been scored by seven different players: Mata, Lukaku, Alexis, Lingard, Martial, Herrera and Pogba.

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Not scoring at Arsenal last weekend meant our run of scoring in 21 successive away games - a joint club record - has ended.

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In 11 FA Cup appearances for United since 2015/16, Sergio Romero has won all 11 ties and conceded just two goals, keeping nine clean sheets.

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer made just one appearance against Wolves as a player, in a 1-0 win for United in August 2003.

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We won 5-0 on our last visit to Molineux in March 2012, thanks to goals from Jonny Evans, Antonio Valencia, Danny Welbeck and Javier Hernandez (2).

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The Reds drew 1-1 with Wolves at Old Trafford in September. Fred scored his first goal for United in that game, before Joao Moutinho equalised.

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