Should Manchester United avoid defeat against Wolves on Sunday afternoon, they will become the first side in English footballing history to go 28 games without losing a single match away from home.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Red Devils are currently preparing for an important domestic match against Bruno Lage’s Wolves.
Looking ahead to the crucial domestic tie, which will be contested at the Midlands side’s home ground of Molineux, United will be hopeful of continuing their impressive start to the new 2021-22 season.
Currently on four points following an opening day 5-1 demolishing job over fierce rivals Leeds United followed by a 1-1 draw against Southampton last weekend, the Red Devils will certainly be confident they can come away from Wolverhampton with something.
However, while Solskjaer’s main focus will be on ensuring his side comes away victorious, the Norweigan will probably be aware that should his side successfully avoid defeat on Sunday afternoon, they’ll set a new record for the longest unbeaten away run.
Record breakers? 📖
Manchester United have liked it on the road for some time now, but Wolves will be aiming to spoil the party 🟠
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