Bad for Watford: 8 pieces of good news for Man United

Man United vs Watford

Manchester United take on Watford at Old Trafford this weekend in the Premier League.

Will Ole Gunnar Solskjaer return Man United to winning ways?

Prior to the international break, Arsenal beat United in the league. Wolves also beat Man United in the FA Cup.

Nevertheless, Solskjaer has still worked miracles with the Red Devils are they occupy fifth place in the league.

Man United are two points behind Arsenal and three points behind Tottenham.

Watford, meanwhile, are enjoying a superb campaign.

The Hornets are through to the FA Cup semifinals, while they sit eighth in the table.

8 pieces of good news for Man United

According to the Mirror, Man United may welcome back eight players for the Watford match. Readers are told:

Caretaker boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was hit with a glut of withdrawals from international duty, including Marcus Rashford, Luke Shaw, Nemanja Matic, Romelu Lukaku and Anthony Martial.

All five were forced to leave their respective international camps due to injury, but are likely to be fit and ready for United’s Premier League clash at home to Watford on Saturday.

The Mirror also confirm that Eric Bailly, Antonio Valencia and Matteo Darmian should all be available for selection against the Hornets.

However forward Alexis Sanchez remains out of action with a knee injury.

The Chilean star may be sidelined for another two to three weeks.

Watford injury news

Watford defender Jose Holebas is the only injury doubt for the Hornets.

The left-back has been nursing an ankle injury in recent weeks.

However Watford manager Javi Gracia may switch up his side with the FA Cup semifinal against Wolves just around the corner.

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