When and Where: The Premier League clash between the Wolves and Manchester United at Molineux Stadium in Wolverhampton, England, kicks off Sunday at 9.30 a.m. ET. A live stream is available on FoxSoccer2Go. Alternatively, the match can be viewed on the Fox Soccer Channel.
Preview: Although Manchester United is coming into Sunday's match on the back of being eliminated from Europe at the hands of Athletic Bilbao, it may not be wise to read too much into that poor performance.
United has been abject in Europe all season, despite sitting at the top of the Premier League. In the past few weeks, the Red Devils lost three three of four games in the Europa League, but United took 22 of 24 points in the Premier League to overtake rival Manchester City for first place.
The Wolves' poor form, on the other hand, is not bound by any particular competition. Since Terry Connor took charge (at least until the end of the season), the club has recorded only one point in three matches.
The Midlands outfit followed their 5-0 hammering at Fulham with a morale-sapping 2-0 loss to relegation rival Blackburn last time out.
Team News: The Wolves could be without midfielders Jamie O'Hara and Nenad Milijas, who are suffering from groin and calf problems, respectively.
Karl Henry looks almost certain to miss out with a hamstring injury.
For United, Paul Scholes is expected to come back into the center of midfield, after sitting out Thursday's match in Bilbao, possibly at the expense of fellow veteran Ryan Giggs.
Phil Jones is still doubtful after missing the last match with the flu.
United went with an adventurous lineup last time out, with Welbeck supporting both Rooney and Hernandez, from the right wing. Away from home it remains to be seen of boss Sir Alex Ferguson will be so attack-minded on Sunday.
Prediction: Wolves look in desperate form right now, with the decision to appoint former assistant Terry Connor as temporary manager looking more and more questionable.
In the league at least, United seem to be hitting a rich vein of form. The club has also been excellent away from home in the Premier League all season and that should continue, comfortably, on Sunday.
Wolves 1-3 Manchester United