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WOLVES will look to continue their excellent record against the Big Six when they face Man Utd in the FA Cup.
After a 0-0 draw at Molineux in the first encounter, the two sides must now play out a replay at the Theatre of Dreams for a place in the fourth round.
Wolves continue to impress and are looking to win their first FA Cup since 1960, but Man Utd are 12-time winners.
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THE Manchester United players are in the building.
Can they at least muster a shot on target?
The performance in the first game at Molineux was dire – but United will be buoyed by the emphatic 4-0 victory over Norwich at the weekend.
MANCHESTER UNITED take on Wolves tonight at Old Trafford as both teams look to seal progression to the fourth round of the FA Cup at the second attempt.
The first match at Molineux 11 days ago was a dour affair, with the Red Devils failing to register a single shot on target.
But in a topsy-turvy season that has been littered with poor results, particularly away from home, boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will have been relieved at the opportunity to take Wolves back to Old Trafford.
United are playing their 14th match in 46 days, and with both teams still in the Europa League, the two managers could have done without the extra midweek fixture.
But despite this, neither Solskjaer, nor his opposite number Nuno Espirito Santo, have belittled the occasion.
The Man United boss said ahead of this game: “It's relentless.
“We've still got five or six games before the winter break, 18 games in less than 60 days which is physically and mentally demanding, we have to energise them.
“This tournament is one we all dream about winning when we're young. I loved my time in the finals and lifting the trophy, so we want to go through.”
While Nuno also offered his thoughts: “It's about the way they prepare themselves on a daily basis with the way they recover and compete, credit to all the players.
“It's the most important game, the next one is always the most important.”
The winner of tonight's clash will take on the victor of Watford's replay with Tranmere away from home in round four – as both managers chase their first major silverware with their respective clubs.
United remain without midfielders Paul Pogba and Scott McTominay – while defenders Axel Tuanzebe, Marcos Rojo, Luke Shaw, Eric Bailly and Timothy Fosu-Mensah remain on the sidelines.
Ashley Young, linked with a move to Inter Milan, also won't feature.
Wolves meanwhile, are without regular starters Willy Boly and Diogo Jota.
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