Written by Ciaran Coyle
Manchester United will be able to go a whole season unbeaten if they avoid defeat against Wolves at Molineux as the Premier League season reaches its climax.
This will be Nuno Espírito Santo’s final game in charge of Wolves after four years at the helm, with the Portuguese manager looking to go out on a win in front of the home crowd.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have already secured a second place finish in this season’s campaign and will be looking forward towards their Europa League final in three days’ time.
If the Red Devils do manage to avoid defeat they will become just the fourth side to remain unbeaten throughout an entire English top flight season, with Preston North End and Arsenal the only two other teams that have achieved the feat.
The final day of the Premier League season has always been known for throwing up surprises and Wolves fans will be hoping their final day fortunes take a turn for the better this time around, with The Wanderers losing their last three games in the 38th fixture of the season.
The out-going Wolves manager was hoping to be able to welcome Raul Jimenez back from injury for the final game of the season but he has not been cleared to feature in this game, along with forwards Pedro Neto, Jonny Otto and Daniel Podence.
Solskjaer has confirmed in his press conference that Daniel James will play a role in Sunday’s game with the Welshman’s last start in the Premier League coming against Newcastle in February.
Sub-edited by Cameron Winstanley