Wolves stun Red Devils and Fulham relegated

Manchester United's FA Cup hopes were ended at Molineux earlier in the season and their Champions League qualification ambitions took a serious knock at the same venue following a 2-1 defeat to Wolves.

Scott McTominay's opener was cancelled out by home forward Diogo Jota and 3-1 outsiders Wolves took advantage of Ashley Young's second-half dismissal in laughable circumstances which climaxed with Chris Smalling putting into his own net.

The defeat leaves United fifth in the Premier League having played a game more than all of their rivals for a top-four finish and with difficult fixtures still to come, including home battles with Manchester City and Chelsea.

Betfair and Paddy Power pushed United out to 21-10 to claim a top-four spot, making them the outsiders of four in the race for two places alongside City and Liverpool.

Arsenal were cut to a general 1-3, Hills make Tottenham 4-9 shots and bet365 rate Chelsea 13-8.

Wolves can now look forward to Sunday's FA Cup semi-final showdown against Watford, who warmed up for Wembley with a 4-1 thrashing of Fulham - a result which relegated the Cottagers.

Fulham had been 2-1 at the start of the season to go straight back down to the Sky Bet Championship.

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Liverpool begin their Champions League title defence with a return to the scene of one of the four away defeats they suffered on their way to winning last season’s competition. The Reds were beaten 1-0 at the Stadio San Paolo in the group stage last October and, as the Partenopei have lost three times in their last 19 home fixtures in the competition, their run of six defeats in eight UCL away games is a concern. However, they rarely fail to deliver in the final third, netting in all but four of their last 42 competitive matches.

 

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