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Watford vs Arsenal - Premier League Preview and Odds


Published on: 14/10/2017

It hasn`t been all plain sailing for the Hornets who were hit for six at home by a rampant Manchester City side. However, that remains their only league defeat of the season, having also won three and drawn three. All three of their victories came on the road so they will be keen to get a home win under their belts. They almost got the better of Liverpool in a 3-3 thriller on the opening day, so facing Arsenal should not be too much of a daunting task. However, Silva`s men have conceded nine goals in the three home games that they have played this season so they will need to improve in that area if they are to fulfil their top-10 ambitions.

Meanwhile, Arsenal come into this game in good form having not conceded a goal since their 4-0 thrashing at the hands of Liverpool. Since then, they have won three and drawn one in the league including a well-earned point away to reigning champions Chelsea. In all competitions they have won six and drawn one of their last seven, easing the pressure on highly-scrutinised boss Arsene Wenger.

New signing Alexandre Lacazette has played a big part in their turnaround, bagging four goals in seven games, making him a good choice in the goal scoring markets.

Recent form (Premier League)

Watford: DWLWD

Arsenal: WWDWL

Betting odds and tips

Watford have had a bright start but have yet to win at home and conceded nine goals in the two games against Liverpool and Manchester City. As a result, you have to fancy the visitors to get a result here at a price of 8/13 while Alexandre Lacazette should also be considered in the anytime goal scorer market at 10/11.

You can back the away win at 8/13 and Lacazette to score anytime at 10/11 - both with bet365.

By Neil Morris

Watford v Arsenal Live Betting Odds - England Premier League

Home Win
15/4
Draw
16/5
Away Win
8/11

Published on: 14/10/2017

Any odds displayed within this preview were correct at the time of publishing (14/10/2017 10:47:51) but are subject to change.