Wolverhampton Wanderers take on Manchester United in their final game of the season on Sunday.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side face Everton tonight in their penultimate game at Goodison Park.
But the Red Devils are already looking to their last game, after drawing with Fulham 1-1 last night.
One man who could well be key for the visitors is Bruno Fernandes, who many of the Wolves squad know very well from the Portugal national team.
Fernandes has scored 28 goals this season, and has just scooped United’s Player of the Season gong.
Previewing the match, Fernandes said of Wolves (manutd.com): “The most important thing now is that we focus on Wolves, a difficult game.
“We know they defend well, we know they have quality in the team. We just have to go there and win the game and we only have to think about the next one.”
Bruno being overly kind
Wolves do indeed have a lot of quality in the team, but the defending has been erratic this term.
There have been a few fantastic defensive displays, but mostly Wolves have looked shaky at the back this term, especially in the games where Nuno has employed the back four system.
Fernandes will definitely be feeling confident of doing some damage, and it will take a big effort to keep him quiet at Molineux.