Team news for United's clash at Watford

Kristopher Nichols
November 28, 2017

Manchester United's hopes of catching neighbour Manchester City in the Premier League title race may well rest on whether it is able to overcome an in-form Watford side at Vicarage Road on Tuesday.

Now Watford are in great shape under manager Marco Silva who has really put his stamp on the Hornets this season.

UNITED are involved in Premier League midweek action when they travel to take on Watford. Many PayPal accepted sites would give you some great odds for this game as both sides are in good form.

"Before the match we will see each other, sure, and after the match starts, I want to win and he wants to win as well".

United's ninth Premier League win of the season arrived at home to Brighton on Saturday afternoon, but the Red Devils needed an own goal from Lewis Dunk to sneak past the former Championship side.

Has been a constant presence in the backline given the number of injuries at the back for United. They will continue to miss the likes of Chalobah (knee), Kaboul (hamstring) and Cathcart (knee) in midweek.

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Lukaku scored seven goals in his first seven Premier League games for Manchester United, converting 23% of his shots.

Midfielder Michael Carrick will not be available for selection following his recent heart procedure, whereas defenders Eric Bailly and Phil Jones remain sidelined with groin and thigh problems respectively.

That status was hard to imagine back in September when Manchester City hit six at Vicarage Road without reply. "What is most important for me is tomorrow's game [against Manchester United]".

Alongside the Frenchman, summer signing Nemanja Matic should assume his duties as the anchorman in the midfield for United.

When considering that City will host Southampton and West Ham United in their two before the derby, United will surely have to beat Watford and Arsenal to stay in touch ahead of the clash at Old Trafford next month.

Inspired by the sensational talent of Richarlison, Watford sit eighth in the table on 21 points, and could move as high as sixth with a win against United.

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