0-1 Martial (27') 1-1 Neves (58’)
Wolves vs Manchester United: LIVE Stream and Updates (1-1)
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Wolves vs Manchester United: LIVE Stream and Updates (1-1)

Follow along for Wolves vs Manchester United live stream online, TV channel, lineups preview and score updates of the 2019 Premier League. Kick-off time: 8PM BST.

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We'll wrap things up here. There's a lot of debate on whether Pogba took the penalty off of Rashford. Pogba is United's penalty taker, it's thought, and Rashford took it off him last week against Chelsea. He scored. It'll continue to be debated and Solskjaer will certainly be questioned about it. Wolves played well for about 20 minutes, United for 50 or 60 minutes. Both had poor patches. A draw is a fine summary of the game but United should have won.
Wolves are unbeaten at home in 14 games now. Man United miss the chance to go top of the table. It’s a win and a draw at the start of the season for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. It should have been a win and a win.
FULL-TIME: It finishes a draw at Molineux. A Rui Patricio save denies Paul Pogba from the penalty spot after goals either side of half-time for Anthony Martial and Ruben Neves.
94’ Excellent play from United around the area. They’re patient in their build up and create a chance for Shaw but Patricio saves. Referee had blown for a foul anyway.
91’ Two fresh attackers for each side now. Both want the win but the atmosphere at Molineux tells you all you need to know. Neither side are coming *that* close or playing with *that* much intensity.
Substitution for Wolves: Patrick Cutrone comes on for his Premier League Molineux debut, replacing Jimenez.
88’ Two subs for United. Greenwood replaces Dan James. Andreas Pereira comes on for Marcus Rashford. Martial to play through the middle. Pereira on the left with Greenwood on the right. 
87’ Maguire had a nervy moment a second ago but De Gea cleaned up after a bad tackle. He’s just made a vital tackle in the box and it was clean. United would be losing without him, there’s no doubt about that.
Substitution for Wolves: Diogo Jota is replaced by new signing Pedro Neto.
86’ Wolves counter quickly. Jota crosses deep. Dendoncker fires over from a tight angle.
85’ Lovely skill from Dan James, he gets past his marker and pokes it forward to Wan-Bissaka. His blocked cross results in a wasted corner for United.
84’ Wan-Bissaka booked for handball. He says it hit his shoulder. It did, really. He’s had a fantastic game, both in defence and attack.
82’ It’s Traore who will provide a Wolves winner if one is to come. Another cross comes in from the exciting forward, right from the corner flag. Jonny’s header is weak because he’s too far out and De Gea saves in the middle of the goal. Traore is getting Molineux to its feet.
80’ Adama Traore shows his strength, pace and brilliant footwork before chopping it back into the area. It’s cleared. Mata has replaced Lingard.
79’ Talking of a change... Juan Mata is about to come on. He’ll probably replace Dan James.
78’ This is a tight game. Late challenges, scary moments in each box. United on top in the last 10-15 minutes but Wolves could pull another goal easily. Rashford’s had a shot blocked. United need a change.
68’ Penalty missed: Pogba fails to put United in front. He misses the penalty. Patricio denies him with a decent save but the penalty was at a good height.
67’ PENALTY: Pogba brought down in the box after lovely footwork and dribbling. Connor Coady is the offender. Pogba himself will take.
66’ This is turning into a frantic game. A goal for either side is coming.
60’ It was a fantastic strike from Neves, hitting off the crossbar in that satisfying manner and bouncing just behind the goalline. It’s his 13th goal for Wolves, and the 10th which has come from outside the box.
58’ Traore shanks wide after cutting inside. Wolves could get a second quickly here. 
55’ A brief VAR check for an incredibly tight offside call but the goal stands. 
55’ GOAL: Ruben Neves equalises for Wolves. It’s been coming in these last five minutes.
53’ Wolves crack the post with a header from Jimenez. They’re vastly improved on their first half showing.
51‘ Wan-Bissaka slips a nice ball through to Lingard in the box. A touch from the defender takes it away from Lingard and out for what should be corner but the referee’s view is blocked and he gives a goal kick.
47’ Quick chance for Wolves. Dendoncker pulls it back across the area for Otto. Maguire sticks it out for a corner.  
45’ We’re back underway at Molineux. Adama Traore has come on to replace Matt Doherty and provide some spark for Wolves. 
HT: A lot for Nuno Espirito-Santo to question his players over what was a poor and lethargic half by their standards. United take a deserved lead into the break but have not really tested Patricio for all of their dominance on the ball. 0-1
43' United comfortably passing the ball around with the hosts a good couple of steps behind the tempo. 0-1
40' David de Gea will be pleased with his sides' performance so far, the Spaniard has barely had to move he has been kept that quiet. 0-1
35' It has been a composed opening 35 minutes from the visitors but Nuno's side are not causing them any problems at all. 0-1
30' Wolves look well off the pace going forward. There seems to be a severe lack of energy when attacking which is unlike the Wolves we saw last season. 0-1
MARTIAL OPENS THE SCORING! A superb phase of play for United, Rashford plays a perfectly-timed through ball and the Frenchman cannoned it past Rui Patrício who stood no chance. 0-1
24' Dan James has been awarded a yellow card for simulation, he was warned earlier on in the game. 0-0
22' United still trying to pick the lock on Wolves' defence but to no prevail just yet. 0-0 
18' MASSIVE chance for Martial. Rashford does well out wide turning his man inside and out before whipping in a superb cross but Martial does not commit and is left to rue a golden opportunity. 0-0
15' Moutinho tries his luck from a free-kick for Wolves this time but Harry Maguire clears with relative ease - neither side has threatened on goal yet. 0-0
12' Lindelof steps up for the free-kick just inside the Wolves half but his delivery leaves a lot to be desired as it floats over everyone's heads and out for a goal kick. 0-0
8' Corner to Wolves. A superb slaloming run from Jiminez wins the home side a corner but United deal with the dead ball. 0-0
6' Wolves are struggling to find an out ball on the counter-attack with only their two strikers anywhere near the halfway line. 0-0
4' United have begun to settle on the ball but the hosts look more than happy to sit back and soak up the pressure for the minute. 0-0
2' A lively start here in the Midlands. both sides are looking to get on the ball and run but both sets of defence are holding up their end of the bargain. 0-0
We are underway!
1' Kick-off at Molineux, Wolves get us underway. 0-0
Five minutes to go
The teams are on their way out in front of the Molineux fireworks show.
The average age of this Manchester United starting line-up is a mere 24 years and 173 days.
This is the youngest Manchester United starting line-up in the Premier League for more than two years and the youngest that any team has started in the Premier League this season in these opening two matchdays.
Wolves Europa League hangover?
Wolves marched to a 4-0 win in the Europa League last Thursday. They’ve had a decent amount of rest and that team was a very different one to what they’re put out today so they should be fine, but this is their first test of a serious challenge in the Premier League after European football during the week.
United seem mismatched against Wolves in their 4-2-3-1 formation but it's very much a sign of Solskjaer's mentality that United are better than the opposition. We're likely to see some small tweaks that mean United can match up against Wolves' 3-5-2 but on paper there are some very obvious areas which the home side could exploit. United have fantastic pace and ability on the counter-attack, though. If Wolves defend low, they could be in trouble.
Brave line-up from Solskjaer
It's an attacking and young side for Manchester United tonight. Some older faces have been banished from the squad so far this season.

United play with four-at-the-back which could leave them exposed against Wolves' two fearsome strikers, Jota and Jimenez.

In midfield, Paul Pogba will be relied upon to create everything and he'll have to defend alongside McTominay, too, against the five-man midfield of Wolves.

Wolves subs vs Manchester United
Ruddy, Neto, Cutrone, Gibbs-White, Saiss, Vinagre, Traore.
Wolves starting XI vs Manchester United
Patricio; Doherty, Bennett, Coady, Boly, Jonny; Dendoncker, Neves, Moutinho; Jota, Jimenez.
Big names miss out for Reds
No sign of Alexis Sanchez, Chris Smalling, Marcos Rojo or Fred for Man United. Some have been linked with exits from the club, others are simply not in favour with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at the moment. He's gone for another very young team again.
Manchester United in a 4-2-3-1 formation
Dan James starts his first competitive fixture for Manchester United after his debut goal for the club against Chelsea last weekend.

Jesse Lingard also comes into the side as Andreas Pereira is left out, shifting United from a 4-3-3 to a 4-2-3-1. It looks like Anthony Martial will be the main striker, but him and Rashford could interchange between that position and the left-wing role.

Manchester United starting XI vs Wolves
De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Lindelof, Maguire, Shaw; McTominay, Pogba; James, Lingard, Rashford, Martial.
Maguire-Lindelof partnership to continue vs Wolves
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has all but confirmed that Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelof will be the centre-back pairing tonight against Wolves and for the foreseeable future.

“We want the partnership to develop with David at the back. We want to play out from the back but we’ve got good centre-backs around as well. I hope Victor and Harry don’t give me a reason to change," Solskjaer said, as per the Guardian.

Pogba could still leave, but will be important for Utd tonight
Dan James could start after debut goal
Scott McTominay has been speaking about his new Manchester United teammate, Dan James, who netted on his debut for the club at Old Trafford last weekend in the 4-0 win against Chelsea.

“I’ve had a really close bond with him since he’s come to the club. I was so, so pleased for him," McTominay said, as per the BBC. "That’s probably one of the happiest I’ve been on the pitch, seeing one of my pals score his first goal for the club. He deserves it.”

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New signing Pedro Neto made debut in midweek
Nuno tells Wolves to forget last season's sucesss
"The past doesn't count at all, it's about Monday," Nuno said.

"It's going to be a very, very tough challenge.

"It's a new game, for sure, totally different to what we did (against them) in the past.

"We know they're going to face a very tough opponent – fantastic players, all over the place. We want to compete. We want to play.

Alexis Sanchez edging closer to Man United exit
Solskjaer comments on Alexis Sanchez future
“He's part of our squad and he's a very, very good player,” Solskjaer told reporters at his pre-match press conference. “He's just had a couple of weeks [of training], three weeks now, so he's a few weeks behind the rest, but he's very close to being part of it [the squad].”
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Manchester United: predicted XI vs Wolves
De Gea; Wan-Bissaka, Maguire, Lindelof, Shaw; Pogba, McTominay, Fred; Lingard, Rashford, Martial.
Wolves: predicted XI vs Manchester United
Rui Patricio; Bennett, Coady, Boly; Doherty, Dendoncker, Moutinho, Neves, Vinagre; Jota, Jimenez. 
Manchester United: team news
Things should be very similar for United after last weekend's good result against Chelsea. Alexis Sanchez is linked with a move away from the club and remains a couple of weeks from playing for United even if he does stay. Brazilian midfielder Fred was singled out for praise by Solskjaer in midweek so could start.

Eric Bailly was injured in pre-season and will be out until Christmas while fellow defender Timothy Fosu-Mensah is also unavailable through injury. There are no suspensions.

Wolves: team news
Wolves are already five matches into their season, having to play in the Europa League qualifying round after last season's great success.

Nuno made nine changes in Thursday's 4-0 win against Pyunik, an Armenian side. Four new signings started for the first time in that game, but things should return to a more familiar line-up on Monday night.

Wolves have no injuries or suspensions.

United must improve on Chelsea game
While it was a convincing scoreline for United and the mood around the club is a good one, manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will know that his side will have to be even better away at Wolves. This is a side they failed to beat last season despite three attempts to do so. 

The Reds were good in the second half at Old Trafford last weekend but the scoreline flattered them to a certain extent. This could prove a much more difficult challenge.

Manchester United rampant in opening game
While Wolves drew at Leicester, United got off to a flying start with a 4-0 rout of Chelsea. A poor first-half performance was sweetened by a Marcus Rashford penalty, won and converted by the England striker, and he went onto score again in the second half as United vastly improved.

Other goals came from Anthony Martial and Dan James, the Welshman scoring on his debut in front of the Stretford End.

Wolves looking to build
Nuno Espirito Santo's side faced a tough opening fixture away to Leicester City at the King Power Stadium. They met the challenge in a reasonable fashion, holding the Foxes to a 0-0 stalemate away from home. Now they'll be looking to build on that first point of the campaign, but it's another extremely tough test against a top 6 side, Manchester United.
This is the second game of the Premier League season for both sides, though the home team Wolves have been a little busier than their visitors due to European commitments.
Kick-off time
The Wolves vs Manchester United match will be played at Molineux, in Wolverhampton, United Kingdom. The kick-off is scheduled at 20:00 BST.
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