Manchester United faces Wolverhampton to move away from fourth place in the English Premier League

Written by: Nourhan Taman

Saturday, May 13, 2023 07:00 AM

Manchester United will host Wolverhampton today, Saturday, at Old Travor Stadium, as part of the thirty-sixth round of the English Premier League championship in the current season 2022-2023.

Man united wolverhampton match date

The Man United match against Wolverhampton, at five in the evening, Saturday, provided that the match will be broadcast on a channel beIN Sports 1 HD Premium

Manchester United ranks fourth in the English Premier League table with 63 points this season, which it won from 34 matches, winning 19 matches, drawing 6 matches and losing 9 matches.

While Wolverhampton ranks thirteenth in the English Premier League standings table, with 40 points this season, which it won from 35 matches, winning 11 matches, drawing 7 matches, and losing 17 matches.

Manchester United is going into the meeting, looking to regain victories, to go deeper into the golden square and not to leave it, in light of the intensification of the conflict between it and Liverpool V and Newcastle III.

On the other hand, Wolverhampton seeks to achieve a positive result to get closer to the safe areas, and to move away from the spiral of conflict with relegation in the English Premier League.

Ten Hag, coach of Manchester United, commented on the fierce struggle with Liverpool to reserve the fourth seat in the English Premier League standings at the end of the current season 2022-2023 and to participate in the Champions League, the next version, after losing on Sunday evening to West Ham with a clean goal.

Ten Hag said after the match about the fourth place: “Nothing has changed. We need three wins. It’s all in our hands. It’s not about Liverpool, it’s about us. If we rise to the challenge we will win games. We don’t look at Others, we focus on ourselves.

Ten Hag added: “We can’t feel sorry for ourselves, we have to show character. We need energy for the remaining games.”.”

He continued: “I can’t blame my team. Since Christmas we’ve been playing every three days.”

And he added: “3 of the last 4 games at home…we are very strong at home, and it seems that we have more confidence than the guest, which should not be the case, but I am sure that I am happy because Old Trafford is a fortress.” .