Manchester United are targeting their third win of the season when they face Watford at Old Trafford on Saturday.
The Red Devils were 2-0 winners over Burnley two weeks ago and they would be hoping to pick up from where they stopped before the two-week international break.
The Hornets are yet to lose a game so far this season, they thrashed Tottenham at the Vicarage road before the international break but they are up against a tough opposition.
Mourinho welcome his summer signing Diogo Dalot back to the team after a month injury which successfully ruled him out of action since the start of the campaign.
The young full-back could have his debut with the Red Devils against Watford as he could act as a replacement for Antonio Valencia, who is becoming too old to compete against sharp and young strikers/wingers.
Marcus Rashford begins his three-match suspension which he received during their victory against Burnley.
The young England’s striker headbutted Phil Beardsley during the encounter and he was given his marching orders.
England centre-back Phil Jones is yet to return from the thigh injury he sustained against Tottenham in the week two fixture. He is expected to spend at least a month in the recuperating room.
Luke Shaw, who has been brilliant this season, will be missed by United as he won’t be given the nod by Mourinho to feature on Saturday following his collision with Dani Carvajal against Spain in an international Friendly last week.