Team news for United's clash at Watford

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United have been imperious at Old Trafford, winning all seven Premier League games, scoring 20 goals and conceding just once.

Watford captain Troy Deeney returns for the Premier League clash with Manchester United after completing a three-match suspension.

The game is live on BT Sport 1 from 7.15pm, and available in stunning ultra high-definition on BT Sport 4K UHD. They have performed better on their travels this season, however, collecting 13 points away from home compared to just eight from six games at Vicarage Road.

"We got on the front foot even more after that".

Watford has lost twice at home in the league this season, Manchester City beating it 6-0 and Stoke City inflicting a 1-0 defeat.

His stock only grew at the weekend as Watford made the trip to the North East to take on Newcastle United, and they certainly humbled The Magpies with goals from Will Hughes, Andre Gray and an own goal from DeAndre Yedlin secured the resounding 3-0 victory at St James' Park.

Defender Miguel Britos is a doubt after suffering a knock in the 3-0 victory over Newcastle and will be given a late fitness test.

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Has emerged as the first-choice left-back for the Red Devils owing to some very strong showings in recent games. The Hornets lost three straight Premier League games between October 21 and November 5, but have beaten West Ham and Newcastle United in their last two without conceding.

The Portuguese took over at Watford in May of this year having failed to keep Hull City in the Premier League.

"And I knew in the last part of the game they would bring (Shane) Duffy up and play long balls so I thought (Marouane) Fellaini would be important but Paul was as well".

Watford are the same distance in terms of points from Mourinho's side, sitting eighth in the standings after a fine start to the campaign under Marco Silva, whose work has piqued the interest of managerless Everton.

An automatic choice between the sticks, the Spaniard will be looking to keep a second clean sheet in three days. Only 10 players have scored more goals than this in their opening 200 appearances in the competition, with Alan Shearer (145) leading the way.

Paul Pogba and Nemanja Matic will again start in central midfield, but the United boss could spring a surprise in the final third with Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Juan Mata and Zlatan Ibrahimovic all pushing to be involved behind Romelu Lukaku.