Wolves vs Man Utd: How to watch on TV, live stream and kick-off time

Manchester United face Wolverhampton Wanderers in their final match of 2022.

Manchester United travel to Wolverhampton Wanderers this weekend in their final match of 2022.

A win will see the Red Devils occupy fourth place in the league at the end of the calendar year, with Tottenham Hotspur next in action on New Year’s Day against Aston Villa. Erik ten Hag’s side impressed last time out in their Premier League return, comfortably dispatching Nottingham Forest 3-0 thanks to goals from Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Fred.

Meanwhile, Wolves moved up to 18th in the table courtesy of their away win against Everton on Boxing Day. The Midlands club held the unwanted ‘bottom at Christmas’ tag, but made an ideal start under Julen Lopetegui when an injury-time strike from Rayan Ait-Nouri wrapped up all three points at Goodison Park.

Building on that will be the aim for Wolves’ new boss in his first Premier League home game, and improving on the 10 goals scored all season will be among his first major assignments. United have also had their issues in front this term and have registered the fewest goals of any side in the top seven. Therefore, scoring opportunities could be at a premium this weekend.

Indeed, history suggests this game may be a low-scoring affair with both meetings last season settled by a single goal, while only one of the last seven encounters between the teams have seen more than two goals scored.

Ahead of the match, here is all the key TV information…

Wolves vs Man Utd kick-off time

The game begins at 12:30pm on Saturday 31 December 2022.

How to watch Wolves vs Man Utd

The clash at Molineux will be shown live in the UK on BT Sport 1, with pre-match coverage beginning at 11:30am. The match will also be streamed for BT Sport subscribers on their website and app.

Team news

United could be without Victor Lindelof and Scott McTominay after both missed the win over Forest through illness, and neither were seen in the club’s Thursday training video. Lindelof was, however, involved in Friday’s session, as was Diogo Dalot, meaning both could may be back, while Axel Tuanzebe and Jadon Sancho will miss out. As for Wolves, Jonny Otto and Boubacar Traore and Daniel Podence are doubts.