Lingard starts: 4-3-3 United XI predicted against Wolves
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has another trip to the Molineux, only a couple of weeks after Manchester United were beaten by Wolves in the quarterfinals of the FA Cup.
The United boss will be without four players on Tuesday but it has to be said that none of the players who are absent are really key stars in the squad.
Eric Bailly (head), Matteo Darmian (knock), Antonio Valencia (calf) and Alexis Sanchez (knee) are the players on ths injury list for the Red Devils.
After missing the game at home to Watford due to personal reasons, defender Victor Lindelof is now available to be selected by the manager.
Lindelof should face Wolves on Tuesday, slotting back into the heart of the Manchester United defence alongside Chris Smalling. Ashley Young is likely to continue as the right-back, while Luke Shaw will be hoping to continue the form he displayed this past weekend.
In midfield, the first-choice trio of Paul Pogba, Ander Herrera and Nemanja Matic should retain their places despite not quite being at their best last time out. Fred and Scott McTominay would hope to be in contention but might have to suffice with a place on the bench.