OLE GUNNAR SOLSKAJER'S Manchester United are preparing for Watford tomorrow.
And the Red Devils are also reportedly interested in freshening up their striker options with a summer move for Wolves' Diogo Jota.
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MAN UTD RATINGS
Here's how SunSport's Joe Brophy assessed United after their impressive 3-0 home win over Watford.
DAVID DE GEA – 5
Third successive league clean sheet for the Spaniard who was once again assured between the sticks.
AARON WAN-BISSAKA – 6
Close to opening the scoring with a first-half effort that hit the side netting.
Solid defensive work but given a stern test at times from a tricky Deulofeu.
HARRY MAGUIRE – 6
Recovered from a poor first-half, remembered for an almost disastrous early mix-up with Matic.
Got forward more after the break and almost grabbed his second goal in a week.
VICTOR LINDELOF – 5
Unconvincing from the Swede who faces a fight to retain his spot following Eric Bailly's return to fitness.
Caught out positionally on occasion and looked panicked on the ball.
LUKE SHAW – 7
The standout for United's defence as he continues to fend off competition for his left-back spot from Brandon Williams.
Made some vital clearances at key times.
FRED – 7
Tidy work in the middle of the park as he faced a physical test battling a stubborn Watford midfield.
Too many touches at times but is proving to be one of United's most reliable performers.
NEMANJA MATIC – 4
Involved in the early howler with Maguire that Watford failed to capitlise on and never seemed to recover.
Often off the pace and gave the ball away one too many times.
BRUNO FERNANDES – 9
Build on a few promising cameos to fully show why United were so desperate to sign him, as he capped off a masterful performance with an ice-cool penalty to open his account for the club,
The Portugal international dictated play and was involved in everything positive for the Red Devils going forward.
DAN JAMES – 6
Always looking to make things happen but continues to struggle in the final third,
His wait for a first Premier League goal since August stretches on.
MASON GREENWOOD – 7
Understandably rusty in the first half but grew into the game.
Proved Solskjaer's claim that he's the best natural finisher at the club with a stunning solo effort, his 11th goal of the season.
ANTHONY MARTIAL – 8
Thoroughly impressive second-half performance from the Frenchman, with the standout being his audacious dinked finish for United's second.
SCOTT MCTOMINAY (On for Fred, 79’) – 6
TAHITH CHONG (On for Greenwood, 80’) – 6
ODION IGHALO (On for Martial, 80’) – 6
MAN UTD 2-0 WATFORD
Anthony Martial has his second and WHAT a finish!
His initial shot was saved by Ben Foster, but he composed himself and dinked the ball back over him after some neat footwork in the box,
MAN UTD 1-0 WATFORD
Troy Deeney has had his equaliser ruled out after Craig Dawson was judged to have handled inadvertently the ball.
HUGE let off for the Red Devils.
53 minutes played so far.
MAN UTD 1-0 WATFORD
Bruno Fernandes has opened his account for Man Utd after he netted from the penalty spot.
MAN UTD 0-0 WATFORD
It's still goalless at Old Trafford after 20 minutes, with the Red Devils enjoying the majority of possession.
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