It’s Manchester United vs. Wolverhampton to start up the week as English Premier League play continues to roll on into 2022. Manchester is 4-0 after the hiring of Ralf Rangnick and will look to keep the momentum going heading into the new year. Cristiano Ronaldo & Co. have some work to do, as Manchester United currently sits back in seventh place with a record of 9-4-5. On the other side, Wolverhampton has worked its way up into the upper half of the EPL table and is looking to get back into action after its last two matches were postponed due to COVID-19 concerns. Monday’s match will air on TV via USA Network after NBC made the move to shut down NBC Sports Network. Fans that don’t have cable can watch the match streaming via fuboTV, which has a free trial. Manchester United vs. Wolverhampton Premier League | Live stream, start time, TV, how to watch

Watch Man Utd vs Wolves Live:

How to watch Manchester United vs. Wolverhampton (English Premier League 2021)

What time does the match start? Where can I watch it on TV? – Monday’s match kicks off at 3 p.m. EST for viewers in the U.S and will air on TV via USA Network in English and NBC Universo in Spanish.

Live steam options: NBC Sports Live | Peacock Premium | Sling | fuboTV – Cable subscribers can use the login credentials from the TV provider to watch via NBC Sports Live and the NBC Sports app. If you don’t have cable, Premier League matches are also available streaming via Peacock Premium and are not available via the service’s free tier. You can also watch the match with streaming services like Sling and fuboTV.

A look at what’s happening in European soccer on Monday:


Manchester United hosts Wolverhampton and is still unbeaten in the four Premier League matches since Ralf Rangnick was hired as manager until the end of the season to transform the team’s fortunes. Performances have been far from convincing so far, despite three wins and a draw. United is four points behind fourth-place Arsenal but with two games in hand. Wolves are two places lower than United in ninth but with six fewer points. Wolves netted only 42 goals in 2021 — their lowest total since 1922 — with 34 coming in the league. Hwang Hee-chan is top scorer with four but has not struck since October and Wolves have just 13 goals in the Premier League this season. Only last-place Norwich has scored fewer times this season. Wolves is returning to action after two weeks that have seen two matches postponed due to coronavirus cases.


The day’s only game sees Paris Saint-Germain looking to reach the last 16 of the French Cup. PSG has won the competition a record 14 times. The defending champion is seeking to clinch it for a third straight year and should not face too much trouble winning at third-tier Vannes. PSG will be without seven-time Ballon d’Or winner Lionel Messi, who is recovering from the coronavirus back home in Argentina, and three other players due to COVID-19. Among them is Spain left back Juan Bernat, who is isolating in Paris.


Sevilla visits Cádiz aiming to take advantage of Real Madrid’s first loss in nearly three months. Julen Lopetegui’s side is in second place in the Spanish league at eight points off Madrid’s pace after the leaders fell 1-0 at Getafe on Sunday. A victory for Sevilla would put some drama back in the title race with the season at its midway point. Villarreal seeks its sixth consecutive win across all competitions when it hosts last-place Levante, which has yet to win a league match this campaign. Athletic Bilbao visits Osasuna in a northern derby.

MANCHESTER UNITED take on Wolves at Old Trafford with Ralf Rangnick’s men looking for a fourth-straight home Premier League victory.

The Red Devils saw off Burnley last time out and will go above Spurs into sixth with three points today.

But Wolves will be fresh from an extended break over the Christmas period, brought about by cancellations due to Covid-19.

Phil Jones has been named amongst the starters for United, making his first Red Devils appearance since January 2020.

Now that the line ups have been released, we can confirm that Phil Jones WILL start for United in his first game for two years.

Jones’ last league game was in the 2-0 home defeat to Burnley on 22nd January 2020.

His last first team appearance in any competition came four days later when he scored in the 6-1 FA Cup away win at Tranmere.

He steps in to replace captain Harry Maguire, who misses United’s first game of 2022 with a rib injury.

With Victor Lindelof out of action having suffered a heart scare and a positive Covid test and Eric Bailly coming off injured in the 3-1 win over Burnley last time out it left boss Ralf Rangnick with a dilemma.

Jones has found a place on the bench recently as an unused substitute in the away games against Norwich and Newcastle.

Still only 29, the 2012-13 title winner has a contract at the club until 2023 but has been plagued by injury setbacks over the last two years.

He admitted in a September interview that a serious knee issue and subsequent abuse he suffered left him ‘an absolute mess’.

Rangnick keeps his 4-2-2-2 formation with United unbeaten since he replaced Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at the Theatre of Dreams.

Arguably the club’s player of the season, Spanish goalkeeper David De Gea is between the sticks.

Phil Jones comes in to replace the injured Maguire. He will join Varane at the heart of the defence.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka starts at right-back, with Luke Shaw at left-back.

Matic and McTominay, who was fantastic against Burnley, will sit in the defensive midfield positions.

Sancho and Greenwood will attack behind the very experienced duo up top of Cavani and captain Ronaldo.

1 De Gea; 29 Wan-Bissaka, 4 Jones, 19 Varane, 23 Shaw; 11 Greenwood, 31 Matic, 39 McTominay, 25 Sancho; 7 Ronaldo, 21 Cavani

After tonight’s fixture, Man Utd face a relatively straight forward few games.

The Red Devils face Aston Villa in the FA Cup AND the Premier League in consecutive games. The match up against high-flying West Ham on January 22 will be a particularly tricky battle.

By admin

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *