After today's meltdown how do we approach the city game now? Obviously the onus is on them to try and win the game which (assuming they beat wolves) would put them out in front and with a better goal difference. Is this a game for 4-5-1? The only problem being that we would have to drop Welbeck or move Rooney out left which is never ideal. Otherwise we could go 4-4-2 and possibly risk being overrun in midfield. Another issue is team selection which after today would suggest we need a little more protection in CM which we could provide by playing three in the middle of the park, maybe allowing Carrick to stay that little bit deeper. A wildcard option could be to play Park who generally puts in the big performances when it matters as well as having an extremely good work rate. Maybe also play Smalling or Jones at right back as we can't afford gaps being left from Rafaels sometimes questionable positioning. How should we approach the match?