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Manchester United will host Watford in a Premier League contest on Saturday, March 30. Kickoff from Old Trafford is set for 11 a.m. ET.

The match will be the first for Man United since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was named the clubís permanent manager. After 14 wins in 19 matches as a caretaker, Solskjaer was rewarded with a three-year contract, putting him in charge for the long haul.

Watford is coming off of a 2Ė1 FA Cup win over Crystal Place but fell 3Ė1 in the teamís last Premier League battle against Manchester City. Watford sits in eighth place in the table with 43 points, just one behind seventh-place Wolves.

Weíre still adjusting to the new schedule the promotion is using for ESPN broadcasts. This is a big ESPN show, but itís starting even earlier than usual. The three-fight early preliminary card starts at 3:30pm ET/12:30pm PT, then things move to ESPN for four more fights at 5pm ET. The six-fight main card will kick off at 7pm ET and will air on ESPN.

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Fifth-place Manchester United hosts eighth-place Watford on Saturday in Premier League action, with the Red Devils looking to potentially get back into the top four. With manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer having just signed on fully with a three-year deal, United hopes to celebrate the signing with three points and continue to push Arsenal for that final Champions League spot. United enters the weekend two points back of the fourth-place spot but with plenty of time to leap the Gunners.

Manchester United: The Red Devils have so much momentum at the moment, mainly due to advancing from the Champions League round of 16 against PSG. Despite losing to Arsenal 2-0 in their last Premier League match, they are still full of confidence and are creating plenty of chances in the final third. But this is the start of whatís going to be a wild couple of weeks. They will play four Premier League games in the next few weeks while also having to take on Barcelona twice in the UCL quarters