Manchester United's last visit to Wolverhampton Wanderers was seven years ago, when Sir Alex Ferguson's sidewalls won 5-0 against a team heading for relegation.
Their trip to the Molineux on Saturday for a place in the semi-final FA Cup, against Nuno Espirito Santo's aggressive teams, presents a totally different challenge altogether.
Thankfully, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has an improved range of options to choose from following series of injuries to key players over recent weeks.
With that in mind, here is how we think Man will line up against Wolves on Saturday.
Solskjaer can call on his first choice for the first time since that 0-2 defeat to Paris Saint-Germain a month ago, during which Anthony and Jesse Lingard went off injured.
Those two will be crucial: Wolves want to play with high time, squeeze the game, make things tricky. Martial and Lingard to be the ones who, coming from out wide, pick out gaps left by the home side's aggressive approach in the final third.
Should they succeed, and Solskja's team keeps creating chances, United's superior quality in front of goal will shine through.