In our dedicateda match blog, we’ll bring you live updates from Old Trafford as Manchester United take on Watford on Saturday.
Watford is the next Premier League opponent for Manchester United, who are looking for their third straight victory.
Since returning from the winter break, Manchester United have won three points against Brighton and Leeds as well as a draw at Atletico Madrid, while they have also beaten Middlesbrough and Burnley.
Anthony Elanga’s late goal ensured a draw for Manchester United in that encounter.
Roy Hodgson is in charge of Watford, who have been in the relegation zone for most of the season. Last week, Hodgson’s side beat Aston Villa 1-0 in his first game in charge at Vicarage Road. However, his team fell 4-1 to Crystal Palace just a few days later.
For Ralf Rangnick’s team, the 4-1 loss to Watford in the last meeting will be a major motivation.
McTominay and Cavani have been ruled out of United’s match against Watford, as Rangnick announced on Friday.