Manchester United’s final game of the Premier League season sees them make the trip to Molineux to play Wolves.
The match will take place in front of a reduced capacity, following the return of fans to Premier League grounds this week.
United have already secured second place and will likely have one eye on Wednesday’s Europa League final against Villarreal.
We’ve put together everything you need to know about how to watch the game on TV and online.
When is Wolves v Man Utd on TV?
Wolves v United will take place on Sunday 23rd May 2021.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side are currently 12th in the table and unable to finish any higher than that even if they win here.
What time does Wolves v Man Utd kick-off?
The game will will start at 4pm.
Every team in the league will kick off at the same time as is traditional – and fair – on the final day of the season.
What TV channel is Wolves v Man Utd on?
You can watch all the buildup to the match from 3pm on BT Sport 1.
The match is also being shown on BT Sport Ultimate, for those who have that function.
How to live stream Wolves v Man Utd online
BT Sport customers are able to live stream the game via the BT Sport app on smartphones and tablets.
The game can also be watched at https://www.bt.com/sport/watch/live-now/bt-sport-1.
Wolves v Man Utd team news
Harry Maguire will not play any part in this game as he continues his race against time to be fit for the Europa League final. Phil Jones is also sidelined.
Solskjaer told his pre-match press conference that Daniel James is fit enough to be involved in this one.
Fred and Scott McTominay should also be fit but Anthony Martial has been ruled out.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is likely to make changes to keep his best players fresh with the huge game in Gdansk just three games away and told the club website that youngsters Shola Shoretire and Hannibal Mejbri will be ‘involved’.
Our prediction: Wolves v United
This could be a Wolves side with nothing to play for against a second string United team.
That could lead to an open game with both teams playing with abandon – which would be fun to watch.
It’s more likely that it’ll be a cagey game in the ninth meeting between the sides in all competitions since Wolves were promoted back to the Premier League. The main thing is that nobody gets injured.
A win would be ideal for United to take some momentum into the final and Wolves have looked toothless in attack in recent defeats to Spurs and Everton.
Our prediction: Wolves 0-2 United
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