What channel is Wolves vs Man Utd on? Kick-off time, TV and live stream details

Man Utd will be looking to get back to winning ways when they face Wolves at Molineux on Sunday with Jadon Sancho potentially in line to make his first start

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Solskjaer gives verdict on Man Utd’s draw at Southampton

Manchester United will be looking to bounce back from dropped points last time out as they face Wolves at Molineux.

The Red Devils had to come from behind the salvage a point at Southampton last weekend.

Mason Greenwood continued his excellent start to the season by again find the net but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are already playing catch up.

Wolves meanwhile are still looking for their first points under new boss Bruno Lage.

They’ve lost games against Leicester and Tottenham thus far, albeit they were both tight affairs.

United got them better of Wolves on both occasions last season, securing a 2-1 win on the final day at Molineux.

New boys Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane are yet to start for United, but could be eased in this weekend.

The England winger has come off the bench in consecutive games whilst the French centre-half was given a watching berth at St Mary’s last weekend.

Man Utd were held to a draw last time out

When is Wolves vs Man Utd?

The Red Devils go to Wolves on Sunday August 29.

The game will kick-off at 4.30pm at Molineux.

How can I watch the game?

Saturday’s clash will be shown live on Sky Sports Main Event and Premier League.

Coverage begins at 4pm.

Sky Sports customers can watch the contest live on channels 401 or 402.

The game will also be available on phones, tablets and laptops via the SkyGo app.

Match odds

Man Utd go into the game as favourites and are priced at around 4/5.

The draw can be found at 5/2 with Wolves the outside bet at 4/1.

What’s been said?

Solskjaer on Southampton response and injuries: “Yes, of course. When you have the disappointment of losing two points last week, you want a game straight away.

“The start of the season has been a little bit different. Last year we had loads of games, this time a week in between. We’re training well, fit and ready.

“We’re still missing Scott who had surgery this week. Marcus, Alex, Dean Henderson, they’re not ready. But apart from that we have a fit squad ready to fight for points.”

Solskjaer on Greenwood’s England omission: “I think Mason is on the right track. I’ve had conversations with Gareth [Southgate] and he sees him as a potential England striker.

“We potentially see him as a very, very good talent. I think it’s taking it step by step and the way Gareth wants to manage that on, I’m very comfortable with. I think Mason’s on the right track, definitely.”

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