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Corner from the left by-line taken by Matthew Jarvis, Chris Smalling makes a clearance.
Eggert Jonsson fouled by Paul Pogba, the ref awards a free kick. Free kick taken by Michael Kightly.
Rafael Da Silva gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Richard Stearman. Direct free kick taken by Stephen Ward.
Javier Hernandez takes a shot. Save made by Wayne Hennessey.
Foul by Eggert Jonsson on Danny Welbeck, free kick awarded. Antonio Valencia takes the free kick. Wayne Rooney takes a shot. Blocked by Richard Stearman.
Antonio Valencia takes a shot. Blocked by Stephen Ward.
Paul Pogba produces a right-footed shot from the edge of the box and misses to the right of the goal.
Antonio Valencia decides to take the corner short.
Fabio Da Silva challenges Michael Kightly unfairly and gives away a free kick. David Edwards restarts play with the free kick.
Corner taken right-footed by Matthew Jarvis from the left by-line, clearance made by Paul Pogba.
Shot from just outside the area by Kevin Foley misses to the right of the target.
Danny Welbeck takes a shot. Save made by Wayne Hennessey.
(Wolverhampton) makes a substitution, with Sylvan Ebanks-Blake coming on for Steven Fletcher.
Fabio Da Silva has an effort at goal from just outside the box which goes wide of the left-hand upright.
Foul by Paul Scholes on Michael Kightly, free kick awarded. Direct free kick taken by David Edwards.
Chris Smalling is brought on as a substitute for Jonathan Evans.
Shot by Wayne Rooney. Blocked by Sebastien Bassong.
Stephen Ward has a headed effort at goal from close in which goes wide left of the goal.
Michael Kightly fouled by Danny Welbeck, the ref awards a free kick. Danny Welbeck receives a caution. Michael Kightly takes the free kick.
Steven Fletcher takes a shot. Save made by David De Gea. Outswinging corner taken by Michael Kightly from the right by-line.
Michael Kightly takes a shot. Comfortable save by David De Gea.
Inswinging corner taken by Wayne Rooney from the left by-line, Stephen Ward makes a clearance.
Danny Welbeck takes a shot. Matthew Jarvis gets a block in.
Fabio Da Silva comes on in place of Patrice Evra. Short corner taken by Antonio Valencia from the right by-line.
Paul Scholes handles the ball and concedes a free kick. Direct free kick taken by David Edwards.
Javier Hernandez finds the net with a goal from close in high into the middle of the goal. Wolverhampton 0-5 Man Utd.Assist by Antonio Valencia.
Unfair challenge on Jonathan Evans by Steven Fletcher results in a free kick. Paul Pogba takes the free kick.
Michael Kightly comes on in place of Kevin Doyle. Paul Pogba on for Michael Carrick. Free kick awarded for a foul by David Edwards on Rafael Da Silva. Direct free kick taken by Rafael Da Silva.
Wayne Rooney takes a shot. Save made by Wayne Hennessey. Short corner taken by Antonio Valencia from the right by-line. Javier Hernandez grabs a headed goal from inside the box. Wolverhampton 0-4 Man Utd.Assist by Rafael Da Silva.
Rafael Da Silva takes a shot. Sebastien Bassong gets a block in.
Foul by Antonio Valencia on Stephen Ward, free kick awarded. Free kick crossed by Matthew Jarvis.
The referee gives a free kick against Danny Welbeck for handball. Wayne Hennessey takes the free kick.
The assistant referee flags for offside against Steven Fletcher. Indirect free kick taken by Paul Scholes.
Michael Carrick takes a shot. Richard Stearman gets a block in.
Patrice Evra takes a shot. Blocked by Sebastien Bassong.
Unfair challenge on Steven Fletcher by Jonathan Evans results in a free kick. Richard Stearman takes the free kick.
Danny Welbeck finds the net with a goal from inside the penalty box to the bottom right corner of the goal. Wolverhampton 0-3 Man Utd.Assist by Antonio Valencia.
Corner taken short by Antonio Valencia.
Danny Welbeck takes a shot. Blocked by Sebastien Bassong.
Antonio Valencia scores a goal from close range to the top left corner of the goal. Wolverhampton 0-2 Man Utd.The assist for the goal came from Wayne Rooney.
Eggert Jonsson on for David Davis. Corner taken right-footed by Matthew Jarvis to the near post, clearance by Danny Welbeck.
Ronald Zubar concedes a free kick for a foul on Danny Welbeck. Ronald Zubar is shown a red card. Free kick taken by Wayne Rooney.
A cross is delivered by Ronald Zubar.
Antonio Valencia takes a short corner.
Michael Carrick gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Kevin Doyle. Matthew Jarvis takes the free kick.
The referee blows for offside. Indirect free kick taken by Wayne Hennessey.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Ronald Zubar by Javier Hernandez. Ronald Zubar takes the free kick.
Kevin Doyle fouled by Rafael Da Silva, the ref awards a free kick. Steven Fletcher has an effort direct from the free kick.
Wayne Rooney fouled by Ronald Zubar, the ref awards a free kick. Ronald Zubar booked for unsporting behaviour. Direct free kick taken by Wayne Rooney.
Close range effort by Danny Welbeck misses to the right of the goal.
Michael Carrick takes a shot. Blocked by Richard Stearman. Inswinging corner taken from the left by-line by Wayne Rooney, Jonathan Evans gets on the score sheet with a goal from inside the six-yard box low into the middle of the goal. Wolverhampton 0-1 Man Utd.The assist for the goal came from Michael Carrick.
The ball is delivered by Matthew Jarvis, Steven Fletcher has a headed effort at goal from close in which goes wide right of the goal.
The referee blows for offside against Wayne Rooney. Indirect free kick taken by Wayne Hennessey.
Effort from the edge of the area by Michael Carrick goes wide of the left-hand post.
Kevin Doyle takes a shot. David De Gea makes a comfortable save.
Wayne Rooney concedes a free kick for a foul on Richard Stearman. The free kick is swung in right-footed by Matthew Jarvis.
A cross is delivered by Rafael Da Silva.
Danny Welbeck takes a shot. Comfortable save by Wayne Hennessey.
Sebastien Bassong challenges Wayne Rooney unfairly and gives away a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Michael Carrick.
The ball is delivered by Ronald Zubar.
Doyle: We feel it like fans
Striker Kevin Doyle insists the Wolves players are hurting as much as the supporters about their current plight as they look to pull off a major upset against Manchester United at Molineux on Sunday.
Wolves went into the weekend lying second from bottom in the Barclays Premier League and the unrest of the fans has boiled over with post-match demonstrations after the games with West Brom and Blackburn.
But Doyle believes Wolves should take heart from the example of Swansea, in defeating Manchester City, and their own defeat of United last season, ahead of the clash with the Red Devils.
The Republic of Ireland international said: "The players feel it just like the fans do and we don't just forget about a game after we've lost.
"It's our job and our profession, our life really, and when it's not going well you can't just go home and forget about it.
"It is great as a footballer when things are going well and the opposite when they are not and it's up to us to put things right.
"We're just as frustrated as the fans are and all we can do is the right things as much as possible.
"Every game is a massive game for us and they have been for most of the season. All we can do is work on things in training to try and improve, which is what we have been doing, and go again on Sunday.
"We have been working hard all season even though sometimes results might not bear that out. We need everyone's support as much as we can because anything we can get to go in our favour will help."
Doyle believes Wolves may relish being underdogs against Sir Alex Ferguson's side.
He said: "There is still plenty to play for in terms of getting out of trouble and plenty of games where we can get something and we have to start all that on Sunday.
"We seem to play that bit better when we are underdogs. All we can do is try and make the most of that situation and go out and try and cause an upset."
Ashley Young has had enough of being a nearly man.
In a Manchester United squad containing so many players who have had the winning habit for years, Young is one of the few who have nothing.
The nearest he came to an end of season battle for supremacy was in his Aston Villa days as the midlands club tried to gatecrash those coveted Champions League places.
Three times they were agonisingly close, three times they came up short, finishing sixth on each occasion.
So, now he has swapped Villa Park for Old Trafford, Young has no wish to miss out again.
He said: "So many times that Champions League slot was there and then it just got taken away.
"I have new challenges now. Winning trophies and titles is vitally important for me.
"I have the chance to do that with United."
It is why the 26-year-old made his #18million move last summer, snubbing interest from Liverpool, amongst others, in the process.
Young could not say he has made a seamless transition, there have been far too many injuries for that.
However, after playing an integral part in United's blistering start to the season, Young is rediscovering his form at just the right time given fellow wide man Nani is sidelined with an ankle injury and Antonio Valencia is still to make his comeback from a strained hamstring.
"I am enjoying every bit of it," said Young.
"From the time you sign for a club like United you get that winning mentality.
"Every competition we've entered we have wanted to win and for me personally it is exciting times.
"I said from day one when a club like Manchester United come calling, you don't turn it down. It was a no-brainer.
"It got even more exciting last Sunday, when we found ourselves top of the league.
"We have 10 games left now. We're concentrating on ourselves, like we have done all season and hopefully, by the end, we'll get that 20th title."
Sunday's trip to a Wolves side in a chaotic state should see United extend their lead over Manchester City to four points.
It is one of the few fixtures Sir Alex Ferguson has taken note of, so aware is he of the dangers that lurk in allowing concentration to wander away from his own side's performances.
"I know they've got some hard games like going to Arsenal, and they've got Chelsea at home next Wednesday, but we've got to take one game at a time," Ferguson told MUTV.
"It's the best way. Thinking too far ahead can be a danger, you can get yourself confused."
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