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Manchester United will try to win at Watford - Ashley Young

28 November 2017

Watford have lost 12 of their last 13 games against Manchester United in all competitions, winning the other in the Premier League in this exact fixture last season (3-1).

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

The match is being shown live by BT Sport with coverage starting at 7.15 pm on BT Sport 1.

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Rob is ESPN FC's Manchester United correspondent.

Ashley Young, who scored Man United's victor on Saturday, spent 12 years at Watford.

Man United are the favourites to get a win away from home at the price of 8/13.

Silva's men now sit eighth in the league after their assertive 3-0 victory against Newcastle at the weekend. The 20-year old is dynamic - with pace and strength in the air (4.2 aerial duels won per game) - and his performance will be really key to the home side who could potentially exploit United's recent shaky displays at the back - particularly in the full-back areas where they tend to get caught high up.

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Watford are 8th with 21 points through the first eight games of the season.

Young eventually left for Aston Villa in 2007 but he retains fond memories of his time with the Hertfordshire club, who are eighth in the Premier League following consecutive victories against West Ham and Newcastle.

Everton are searching for a new manager, and some of the Merseyside club's fans want Marco Silva, who is in charge of Premier League rivals Watford at the moment.

The last Watford goalkeeper to keep a clean sheet against United was Tony Coton during a 1-0 victory for the Hornets in September 1986.

Romelu Lukaku could make his 200th Premier League appearance in this match - he now has 93 goals.

All three goals came down the left flank with Will Hughes converting Marin Zeegelaar's 19th-minute cross and DeAndre Yedlin deflecting home another before the break before Andre Gray, finished from close range from Richarlison's ball in.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic starred as the Red Devils went onto triumph at Wembley and is now pushing for his first start since April, having made three substitute appearances after returning from serious knee ligament damage.

Manchester United will try to win at Watford - Ashley Young