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United aim to avoid Prem away skid

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Sterling impresses again as Man City beat Watford to go 15 points clear

The ESPN FC crew share their collective surprise at the fact that Pep Guardiola started Kevin De Bruyne against Watford.
John Stones discusses his return to the Man City lineup and reacts to the goal they conceded late in their win over Watford.

MANCHESTER, England -- Three points from Manchester City's 3-1 win vs. Watford in the Premier League.

1. Sterling stars as leaders enjoy straightforward win

Raheem Sterling scored after just 39 seconds against Watford to extend his hot streak in front of goal as Manchester City bounced back from Sunday's goalless draw against Crystal Palace.

Having failed to equal Bayern Munich's European record of 19 successive league wins at Selhurst Park when they were held by Roy Hodgson's team, the Premier...

Man United win at Watford overshadowed by untimely injuries

Craig Burley explains why grinding out results could be effective for Man United if they want to remain in the title race.

WATFORD, England -- Three points from Vicarage Road as Man United hang on for a 4-2 win at Watford.

1. United win overshadowed by injury worries

Manchester United moved to within five points of Premier League leaders Manchester City with a 4-2 victory at Watford, but the win came at a cost, as Nemanja Matic limped off to add to Jose Mourinho's midfield injury problems.

Two goals from Ashley Young against his former club and an Anthony Martial strike had put United 3-0 up and seemingly in control...

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Manchester United face a week of challenges, starting with rising Watford

English Premier League: Ashley Young (66') Man United 1-0 Brighton

John Brewin previews this week's Premier League action and highlights five key storylines in this edition of W2W4.

1. United face tough Watford examination

Manchester United vs Manchester City on Dec. 10 looks like the season's crunch game, but for that to be a chance for Jose Mourinho's men to peg back their neighbours, they must negotiate this week's tough schedule.

On Saturday, they travel to Arsenal. Before that comes Tuesday night's trip to Watford. When City visited in September, they barely...

Manchester United facing first 3-game run of away league losses since 1996

Manchester United will try to avoid losing three consecutive Premier League away games for the first time in more than 20 years when they head to Vicarage Road on Tuesday to face Watford.

United, who lost at Huddersfield Town on Oct. 21 and at Chelsea on Nov. 5, last took a third successive Premier League away defeat on Jan. 1, 1996, when they fell 4-1 to Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane. They recovered from that dip, which also included losses at Liverpool and Leeds United, and lost only once...

 By Chris Wright

Watford pay stranded fans' taxi fare to Newcastle

Watford shelled out £2,000 to pay for taxis that rescued a group of supporters who found themselves stranded while making the long trip to Newcastle for Saturday's Premier League meeting between the two sides.

Around 30 fans got stuck at the motorway services in Leicestershire when one of the official supporters' coaches broke down on the hard shoulder, roughly 100 miles into their 270-mile voyage to St James' Park.

However, the Hornets responded by laying on emergency minibus taxis for the...

Man City, Arsenal strike late; Everton woe; Watford and Palace impress

Nobody really expected Huddersfield Town to stop Manchester City's eternal run of victories, but you could almost hear the sighs of disappointment around the country when Raheem Sterling finally broke the Terriers' brave resistance.

That's 11 victories in a row for Pep Guardiola's side, a daunting record indeed. For those of us who like a close title race, it's all a bit of a shame. Manchester United have an incredible home record; Arsenal are demonstrating reserves of fortitude that we never knew...