Watford vs Manchester United – Tuesday 28th November 2017 – 20:00 - BT Sport
Watford are 17/4 with Richarlison at 15/2 to score first.
Watford face Manchester United at Vicarage Road on Tuesday evening, with the Hornets coming in off the back of an emphatic win.
The Hornets beat Newcastle 3-0 at St.James Park in their last game, a thumping return for Marco Silva's side.
Will Hughes made it two successive PL games on the scoresheet (19), with the former Derby man silencing the Newcastle crowd.
DeAndre Yedlin poked the ball into the back of his own net just before half time (45+1 og), effectively ending the contest for the Magpies.
Andre Gray put the game beyond doubt when he beat goalkeeper Rob Elliot to make it 3-0 to Watford (62), with the match won after the hour mark.
The Hornets have had a great start to the season, they are now on a run of two successive wins.
They have a mixed record in their last six, with three wins and three defeats.
They find themselves in 8th place on 21 points, an incredible start to the season for a side that finished 17th last season.
Their manager Marco Silva has been the subject of intense speculation, with Everton keen to appoint the former Hull manager.
Watford come into this match as the underdogs, despite enjoying home advantage.
The Hornets will be looking to win this fixture, ending a run of three straight defeats.
Watford will be looking to make it two wins in twelve matches against the Red Devils.
Manchester United come into this match in mixed form, despite narrowly beating Brighton 1-0 at Old Trafford.
It was another war of attrition but United eventually found their way past a stubborn Seagulls defence.
A Lewis Dunk own goal (66) was the only thing that could separate the sides at Old Trafford as United laboured to another three home points.
It means United move three points clear of Chelsea, but they remain eight points adrift of leaders Manchester City, who have dropped just two points this season.
It's been a mixed run of results in their last six for United, they have lost two and won four during that time.
Defeats against Basel and Chelsea have stopped United in their tracks in the Champions League and Premier League respectively.
United have welcomed back Paul Pogba, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Marcos Rojo in recent games but they have struggled despite these players coming back to fitness.
They find themselves second in the table behind Manchester City, the pressure really is on United to keep up with Guardiola's side.
Manchester United come into this match as the favourites, with the Red Devils pedigree informing the odds.
Jose Mourinho will be looking to register a vital three points, with Arsenal slipping up against the Hornets.
United will be looking for their 15th win in 22 matches against Watford on Tuesday.
Man United are 4/6 with Romelu Lukaku at 3/1 to open the scoring.
Tip 1 – Pogba to score first @ 6/1
Tip 2 – United to win 2-1 @ 15/2