Manchester United are looking to book their place in the FA Cup semi-finals as they head to Wolves tonight (Saturday, 7:55pm).

The Red Devils have a crucial run of fixtures coming up but remain desperate to keep their chances of domestic silverware alive ahead of a tough trip to Molineux.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is set to welcome French star Anthony Martial back into his starting line-up in an attacking role alongside Marcus Rashford.

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But his return is dampened by the news Romelu Lukaku is likely to miss out with a foot injury that flared up against Arsenal last weekend.

Sergio Romero will start in goal in place of David De Gea, as he has done throughout the Cup competition, in the major change to Solksjaer’s side.

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Sergio Romero will start in goal in the FA Cup tie

Wolves will make a similar switch between the sticks with John Ruddy preferred to usual first choice Rui Patricio.

Ander Herrera is also in line for his first start since being forced off with an injury against Liverpool last month.

Jesse Lingard has been back in training since his knock in the same game but is unlikely to be risked from the start.

Nemanja Matic came through his return against Arsenal last week, whilst Andreas Pereira and Paul Pogba are also set to feature.



Paul Pogba (left) and Anthony Martial (right) are both expected to start

Popular youngster Diogo Dalot will return to a more familiar right back slot after being utilised in a more advanced role during their recent injury crisis with Ashley Young suspended.

Juan Mata, Antonio Valencia, Matteo Darmian and Alexis Sanchez remain ruled out for the visitors.

Phil Jones is unlikely to displace Victor Lindelof or Chris Smalling as he returns from injury, plus Mason Greenwood is being assessed after illness ahead of a potential place on the bench.

Man Utd probable line-up: Romero, Dalot, Lindelof, Smalling, Shaw, Matic, Herrera, Pogba, Pereira, Rashford, Martial

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