The FA Cup represents the best opportunity for Manchester United to win a trophy this season though the Red Devils are still in the Champions League where they have been drawn with Spanish giants Barcelona in a two-legged quarterfinal.
Manchester United travel to the Midlands to take on Wolves at the Molineux in what promises to be a mouthwatering FA Cup quarterfinal clash.
Wolves are widely regarded as the best team in the Premier League outside the traditional top-six sides and they will provide a stern test for a Manchester United team that has shown good form away from home under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Manchester United and Solskjaer hit a brick wall at their away game at Arsenal last weekend after winning the previous eight games under the Norwegian tactician since his interim appointment as the Red Devils manager in December.
Arsenal beat Manchester United 2-0 in their Premier League clash to boost their own top-four hopes at the expense of their rivals.
Manchester United have faced a tough FA Cup route until now having already beaten top four rivals Arsenal and Chelsea as part of the aforementioned winning run.
An away win for Manchester United as at the odds of 2.30 according to Bet365 while a Wolves victory is at the odds of 3.10.
A draw is likely between the two teams at the odds of 3.30 with both teams in good form ahead of this game.
Stalemate at the regulation time means that extra time and penalties might be employed to separate the two teams.
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