It is likely that Manchester United will set up a rotating field against the Wolves on Sunday.

Since the second place in the Premier League is already sealed and the Europa League final against Villarreal is only a few days away, this would make sense.

The recent game against Leicester offers some important clues as to what Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will do to his side.

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Tuanzebe keeps his place

David de Gea played against Fulham, which means Dean Henderson will most likely play here.

Don’t rule out one last United game for Sergio Romero but it would be a surprise.

Axel Tuanzebe played against Fulham but will likely be the only member of those four to keep his place here.

Eric Bailly should stand next to him in the center-back, with Alex Telles and Brandon Williams replacing Luke Shaw and Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

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James should return

Solskjaer told his pre-game press conference that Dan James can play here. The Welshman will likely start on the left wing.

Nemanja Matic and Donny van de Beek are likely to anchor in midfield, especially if Fred and Scott take McTominay punches.

Amad is expected to play on the right side of midfield with Juan Mata number ten. Could it be his last appearance for the club?

Solskjaer informed the club website that the youngsters Shola Shoretire and Hannibal will be “involved” with Molineux.

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It is very likely that the participation will come from the bank. For Hannibal it would be his senior debut.

Anthony Martial is still injured. If he was fit, he would probably have started here to get much-needed playing time before the final.

That means Mason Greenwood will most likely start over – because Edinson Cavani will be rested.

Marcus Rashford didn’t start against Fulham and could lead the line but his fitness needs to be carefully managed and it would make less sense to start him.

That means nine changes from the 1-1 draw on Tuesday, with only Tuanzebe and Greenwood keeping their seats in the final game from Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo, who is in charge of the club.

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