The Norwegian manager has taken the decision as a number of players are set to be absent in this match and the manager may have to tweak his setup in a bid to cope up with the difficulties of this game.
Romelu Lukaku has a sore foot and will undergo a late fitness test while Ashley Young is suspended after receiving consecutive suspensions in the last two FA Cup matches. Diogo Dalot is expected to fill in his position.
Anthony Martial could be given a start alongside Marcus Rashford who has been in red hot form for the Red Devils.
Solskjaer said, “Ashley’s been fantastic.
“But we’ve got Diogo, Phil Jones can play there [at right-back], so we’ve got players who could play there. We might even swap to a different system, you never know.”
“Any game you lose is a big anti-climax
“It’s the worst feeling you can have. And that’s maybe the only good thing about that Arsenal defeat, to feel how much it hurt.
“Because [the first leg defeat to] PSG, we still had a chance to correct it and the last game I lost [before that] was against Ranheim on 26th August, so it was a long time ago.
“To win trophies you’ve got to win at least one or two really tough games. They’re like defining moments. We beat Liverpool, we beat Chelsea, we beat Arsenal back then [in 1999], and you think, ‘We deserve a little bit of luck in the draw next time’.
“But Wolves away, what a difficult game that can be. So comparisons? Well we’re not challenging to win the league this year but we are challenging for the other two trophies.”