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Watford vs Brighton & Hove Albion FC - Premier League Preview and Odds

Published on: 24/08/2017

Watford finished just one place above the drop zone last season, albeit with a six point cushion, so anything above 40 points will be seen as progression. Having said that, the club`s hierarchy have probably set their sights little higher and will be hoping that the Portuguese boss can deliver a top 10 finish.

Meanwhile, Brighton began life back in the top flight with back-to-back 2-0 defeats at home to Manchester City and away to Leicester City. As a result, they have been installed as favourites for relegation by the bookmakers.

Seagull’s boss Chris Hughton has plenty of Premier League experience, so he will not be phased by the challenge ahead. His side come into this game on the back of a 1-0 win over Barnet in the League Cup and will be hoping to carry some momentum into this game.

Injury news


Injured - D. Janmaat (groin strain), R. Pereyra (groin), Y. Kaboul (muscular), T. Hoban (ACL knee), M. Zarate (ACL knee).

Brighton & Hove Albion FC:

Injured- B. Kayal (broken leg), S. Baldock (calf).

Doubtful: G. Murray (ankle), S. Sidwell (back), I. Brown (hamstring).

Recent form (all competitions)

Watford: LWDDD

Brighton & Hove Albion FC: WLLLD

Betting odds and tips

Watford will be looking for their first home win since April but they already look a much better team under Marco Silva and would have boosted by their 3-3 draw with Liverpool.

Brighton have had a tricky start but this is the kind of game they will need to bag points in if they are going to avoid a relegation fight. Unfortunately, they are up against a team that has hit the ground running this season.

You can back Watford to win to nil at 10/11 with Bet365.

By Neil Morris

Watford v Brighton Live Betting Odds - England Premier League

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Published on: 24/08/2017

Any odds displayed within this preview were correct at the time of publishing (24/08/2017 15:15:37) but are subject to change.