Nuno Espirito Santo prepares for his final game as Wolves manager against Manchester United this afternoon.

Neither side can make any meaningful changes to their league positions, but Santo will be looking to end his successful spell at the Wanderers with one final win.

Wolves will be looking for their first win against United in two years when they face off at Molineux.

OIe Gunnar Solskjaer’s side, on the other hand, will be hoping to become the third side in top-flight history to go unbeaten away from home in an entire league campaign.

The Red Devils haven’t won away at Wolves since 2012.

United will, however, be without captain Harry Maguire as he’s still side-lined with the ankle injury he suffered at Aston Villa.

The Reds boss also admitted that he doesn’t believe the England international will be available for their Europa League final against Villarreal on Wednesday.

Solskjaer said: “He’s walking but it’s a long way from walking to running, to be honest.

“I don’t think we’ll see him Gdansk, no. But I’m going to give him until Tuesday night, our last training session, to see if he can be out there.”

Wolves v Manchester United takes place at 4pm on Sunday afternoon.

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