Paul Pogba dons the captain’s armband for Manchester United as they get set to face Wolves in the FA Cup quarter-finals at Molineux.
Pogba is joined by Nemanja Matic and Ander Herrera in the Manchester United midfield, with Herrera being one of the four changes made by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, having replaced Fred. Two of the other changes are in attack, where only Marcus Rashford has held on to his spot.
The two changes have been forced on to Solskjaer, with Romelu Lukaku missing out with a foot injury, while Diogo Dalot has dropped into the back four. Lukaku has been replaced by Anthony Martial, while Jesse Lingard has taken Dalot’s spot in the final third.
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At the back, Dalot has replaced Ashley Young, who is suspended for the quarter-final tie against Wolves. Victor Lindelof, Chris Smalling and Luke Shaw retain their spots in the Manchester United defence, which will provide cover to regular cup goalkeeper Sergio Romero, who has replaced David de Gea between the posts.