Defence, Midfield and Attack
Dalot has been a regular fixture in Manchester United’s starting XI following the arrival of Rangnick as manager but did not feature in the past few games. Expect him to be back for this one though.
It does feel like Maguire has improved quite a bit in recent games for Manchester United after some really disappointing displays earlier on in the campaign.
Varane has not made the impact that fans would have been expecting when he joined from Real Madrid in the summer but remains a key part of this squad.
After some competition with Alex Telles for the first-team spot, it looks like Shaw has restored himself as Manchester United’s starting left-back once again.
With Scott McTominay unavailable for this game, expect Fred to be the one in the middle of the park for Rangnick’s side.
Pogba has been superb for Manchester United ever since returning from injury and has played an important role in the club’s recent up turn in form. Fans will be hoping that he can continue his run moving forward.
Elanga looked like he was on his way out on loan just a couple of months back. Since then, he has come into the starting XI and made a big impact on this Manchester United team, even scoring the equaliser in midweek against Atletico Madrid.
After a disappointing first half to this season, Fernandes has shown some positive signs that he is getting back to his old form. And that would be an exciting thought for every Manchester United supporter.
Sancho is starting to come into his own in a Manchester United shirt and hopefully he will make an impact against Watford.
Watford might be just the right opposition for Ronaldo to find his form.