‘Now is not the time to think about mistakes, 90 minutes ahead’ – Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his team are preparing for another big fight against Leicester.
In the last round match of the Premier League, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will face Leicester City at the exit of Manchester United, where the fate of the Champions League’s fourth trip will be decided. Leicester need to win the trip, while United need at least a draw. But if the Reds are still doing poorly, then the Mancunians will maintain the hope of the Wolves. Espirito Santo’s team must beat Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, who are now fourth with 63 points.
Wolverhampton do not get the Bridge unmotivated either. There is a great chance that in case of a win or loss, the Midlands will give up a Europa League trip to Mourinho Spurs, who travel from north to south London and play Crystal Palace at Selhurst.
Solskjaer’s team meets Leicester for 90 minutes with minimal losses. The right-back of the main team – Aaron Van-Bissaka had an injury. However, the Englishman had at least 45 minutes to play with West Ham. The condition of Eric Bailey and Luke Shaw is also doubtful.
“I think that we are in a good shape, in good psychological condition. Yes, we have made a lot of mistakes lately, but now is not the time to think about mistakes. 90 minutes are ahead, and we have to put everything in this one match.” Says Solskjaer.
The situation at Leicester camp is even worse. The Rogers team will not have several leading players with United, including one of the best players in his position in the league – Ben Chilwell and James Maddison. Jamie Vardy is in order, and we will see him against United.