Watford boss Marco Silva remains silent over Everton links

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Manchester United managed a narrow win over Brighton at the weekend

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United were poor in their 3-1 defeat at Vicarage Road last season, and did not exactly set the world alight against Brighton on Saturday afternoon. However, their last defeat came in September 2016 - at Vicarage Road.

No Premier League team has performed better than United on home soil during the 2017-18 campaign, but Jose Mourinho's side only have the sixth-best away record at this stage of the season.

Mourinho will look to Romelu Lukaku to end his run of four away games without a league goal - and at a ground where he netted a brace last season.

Marco Silva is in a confident mood ahead of Manchester United's visit on Tuesday, insisting Watford will compete to win against the high-flying Red Devils.

Watford have picked up in the last couple of weeks after losing three games on the bounce, including a poor result at home to Stoke City in the process.

Mourinho failed to get the better of Silva in their last two meetings, with his Hull side holding United to a goalless draw in the league at Old Trafford just a week after beating them 2-1 in the EFL Cup semi-finals in January - albeit a scoreline that did not prevent the Old Trafford giants from progressing. They can not afford to lose any more ground at least until they face the league-leaders themselves at home in two weeks' time.

They are eighth in the league with 21 points under their belt, scoring 23 goals so far - more than the likes of Spurs and only 1 less than fourth-placed Arsenal.

The Reds have named the same starting XI for our previous two domestic fixtures, the home wins over Newcastle United and Brighton, but a tricky game on the road against the impressive Hornets may prompt a change.

An automatic choice between the sticks, the Spaniard will be looking to keep a second clean sheet in three days. Manager Jose Mourinho will be hoping that his side put on a much better showing against the Hornets and keep pace with the Premier League leaders, Manchester City.

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