EPL: MUFC vs WFC



At Old Trafford, Man United has just returned from tired Belgium after the first leg of the round of 16 of the Europa League to welcome Watford, who is not braking at the 27th match. debt in the first leg to fight against the top 4 or Watford will cut the circuit 4 times without winning to get out of the relegation quagmire.

Rookie at the end of January's TCCN, striker Odion Ighalo is still waiting to make his debut for Manchester United after making two appearances last week in a win against Chelsea and a draw with Club Brugge, he can face his former club. Watford on Sunday. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has suggested Scott McTominay will be back in the squad this weekend, the midfielder has missed United's last 13 matches in all arenas but could return on the bench. Solskjaer has played out the three central defenders in recent matches but can return to defend 4 people against the Hornets. Aaron Wan-Bissaka will return to the team after taking a break in the middle of the week, while Mason Greenwood will hope to return to the squad if he is cured in time. Man Utd have won the last 6 home games against Watford in every tournament.

Coach Nigel Pearson will be desperate to have Ismaila Sarr on Sunday. Sarr missed the last four games of The Hornets with a muscular injury but he had plenty of time to recover because it has been more than 2 weeks since Watford's last match. Danny Welbeck will hope to start attacking against his youth club and can replace Roberto Pererya's position on the team on Sunday. Nathaniel Chalobah can come in and replace Will Hughes as a central midfielder with Etienne Capoue, with Abdoulaye Doucoure playing higher under Pearson, the French midfielder also has four goals this season. The positive impact of Nigel Pearson's appearance has ended, as Watford is currently unable to win their last 5 matches in all arenas. They had even been eliminated from the FA Cup by Transmere Rovers at the time. They are 1 point behind the safety zone but facing United and Liverpool in their next 2 matches.

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