An inspired Manchester United side will be seeking their second win in a row when they host Watford in Wednesday’s English Premier League (EPL) match.
Despite massive injuries to his squad, United coach Louis van Gaal still managed to pick a crucial 3-2 win over arch-rivals Arsenal on Sunday with teenage striker Marcus Rashford netting twice on his league debut.
The result has rekindled hopes of United finishing among the top four as they now sit within three points of Manchester City.
United will be inspired to continue winning while hoping that any of their opponents who are ahead of them slip up on the way.
The Red Devils will be inspired by the fact that they have won all their ten matches against Watford in all competitions.
Watford who sit tenth on the log have had an equally good campaign having lost only once in their last five matches.
Furthermore, Watford have collected more league points away from home (18) compared to their past two previous seasons where they got 15 points making tonight’s clash an exciting one.
At the Emirates Stadium, Arsenal will be hoping to revive their title ambitions as they host Swansea City in another Wednesday clash.
The Gunners went down 3-2 to Manchester United leaving them five points adrift of leaders Leicester City.
They will be stimulated by the return of Alexis Sanchez who missed Sunday’s match.
Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger believes his team can bounce back to winning ways and keeping all three points at home will be crucial ahead of Saturday’s derby against Tottenham Hotspurs.
“We have to show that we are at the level of this fight,” Wenger told Arsenal Player. “Things can change quickly. We need to bounce back quickly on Wednesday night.
Other games tonight