Manchester United travel to the Molineaux to face Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday night in the FA Cup. The Red Devils go into the fixture having lost their first Premier League match under manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to Arsenal last weekend.
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Wolverhampton Wanderers vs. Manchester United: Solskjaer facing new injury problems
The interim manager was dealt a new injury blow on Friday as striker Romelu Lukaku was ruled out of the FA Cup quarterfinal fixture.
Lukaku has suffered a foot injury is set to miss out after undergoing a scan.
The striker joins a list of Manchester United players on the sidelines. Jesse Lingard and Alexis Sanchez have both been ruled out for the fixture.
There have been mixed reports over whether Juan Mata will be fit or miss out as well. It is believed the midfielder will be able to play along with Anthony Martial, who is fully fit.
Antonio Valencia and Matteo Darmain are also expected to miss out due to injury and illness, respectively.
While Manchester United are struggling with injury issues, Wolverhampton Wanderers Nuno Santo Espirito has no new issues to worry about.
Wolves were able to gain a draw against Manchester United in their previous meeting this term, 1-1, at Old Trafford.
Wolves have not won the FA Cup since 1960. Manchester United have won 10 FA Cup trophies since Wolves last cup win.
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