Lingard starts with James on the right: United 4-2-1-3 predicted team for Watford trip
Manchester United did draw 1-1 at home to Everton last week, but there is no question about the fact that the Red Devils have been in truly resurgent form in recent weeks.
In fact, ever since that sucker-punch 1-0 loss away at Bournemouth, United are yet to taste defeat in the Premier League after reviving their pursuit of a place in the top four of the table.
Red Devils boss Solskjaer does not have any new injury concerns except for Eric Bailly, Timothy Fosu-Mensah, Marcos Rojo, and Diogo Dalot, who have all been ruled out due to injury.
Rivals Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea will be facing off in a big London derby less than an hour after United’s trip to Watford, making Sunday a very important day in the top four race.
A win over the woeful Hornets will bring Solskjaer even closer to his goal of having his side sitting in the top four of the table heading into the new year.