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Manchester United travel to struggling Wolves on Sunday looking to make the most of Manchester City's inactivity and pull four points clear at the top of the table. Sir Alex Ferguson's side may have crashed out of the Europa League on Thursday, but that means they can now focus their full attention on the defence of their Premier League crown. The Red Devils have only ever had more points after 28 games once before in Premier League history (69 in 2006-07) and in Wayne Rooney they boast an in-form striker who has notched seven times in his last four top flight matches. After one win in 14 Barclays Premier League games, a visit from champions-elect Manchester United is the last thing Wolves will need. The disposal of Mick McCarthy seems to have had minimum positive impact, with just one point gained from the three games under Terry Connor. One glimmer of light for Wolves this season has been their ability to pick up points from losing positions as 14 of their 22 points have been gained via comebacks.
• Wolves have allowed their opponents more shots on target against them than any other team in the Premier League this season (208).
• Manchester United have the best chance conversion rate in the Premier League, scoring with 20% of their shots and hitting the target with 53% of their attempts.