Date: 27th November 2017 at 6:38pm
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Two away trips in the space of a week beckon for Manchester United.

First up is a visit to Vicarage Road to take on a vastly improved Watford side.

Ahead of the game, Jose Mourinho, having praised Brighton for their performance at Old Trafford on Saturday, has also had a few words of praise for Tuesday`s opposition and their manager, Marco Silva, remarking to the press,

‘I think Watford have made progress. I think they have a squad full of very good players, that are not normal to be a mid-table team.

‘They have a good coach and they improved a lot from last season.’

As for the man in the spotlight, Marco Silva, he`s had to live with speculation that he is wanted by manager-less Everton, but the Watford coach did his best to concentrate on the job on hand, remarking,

‘I work every day to improve. My focus is to do my best like this morning; tomorrow I will do the same.

‘I can’t talk about this situation. I’m Watford manager. I don’t even want to talk about the situation. What is most important for me is tomorrow’s game.’

And tomorrow`s game threatens to be a cracker!