Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster earned only his third clean sheet of the current Premier League campaign after he kept the Manchester United strikers at bay during their recent clash on Saturday. Ben Foster impressed a great deal as him and his defence nullified the Manchester United attackers to record a valuable point in the fight for survival via a goalless draw.

Manchester United were the overwhelming favourites to pick up three points at the expense of Ben Foster and his colleagues, but the Hornets showed fighting spirit and belief to secure a well deserved draw from the game.
Ben Foster now has three clean sheets in his 15 Premier League matches this season. Watford have used Austrian shot stopper Daniel Bachmann in the remaining Premier League games and he's yet to keep a clean sheet. Foster earned his first clean sheet in the first game under new manager Roy Hodgson as the Hornets played out a goalless draw with hosts Burnley last month.

Foster and Watford kept their second clean sheet of the season during the penultimate away game against Aston Villa as leading goalscorer Emmanuel Dennis scored the only goal of the game on 78 minutes to give the Hornets a priceless 1-0 win over Villa at Villa Park.
With the goalless draw at Manchester United at the weekend, Watford have now kept a clean sheet in each of their last two games as the defensive solidity in the team continues to improve under Hodgson. The point earned from the United game has moved Watford closer to their objective of avoiding the drop this season. They are currently three points off safety and with over ten games still left to play this season. Watford would be hoping to continue their recent defensive form when they take on Arsenal in the next four days.