Watford make the trip north to face Burnley for Monday Night Football’s live game (8pm) in the Premier League.
The Clarets will be seeking a vintage performance and a much needed win at after losing three of their last four.
Watford boss Walter Mazzarri may not have mastered the English language as yet, but it looks like he’s starting to get to grips with England’s top division.
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Having managed a single point in their opening three fixtures, The Hornets have finally shown they’ve a sting in the tail with two wins on the bounce.
You couldn’t help but be impressed by their miraculous comeback from 2-0 down to seal a 4-2 victory at West Ham. Couple that with a resilient 3-1 home win over a star-packed Manchester United and you’ve got a team on the up.
Punters fancying a third Watford win on the spin can find it at odds of .
For Burnley, the only three points they’ve claimed all season were at home to Liverpool over a month ago. Sean Dyche’s charges must be starving for a success at this stage and one on Monday would see them join Watford on seven points in the table.
Much of the recent history between these sides comes from the Championship, as they’ve somehow managed to missed each other in their yo-yos in and out of the Premier League.
Being fair, Watford finally look to be stable at this level. Whereas Burnley will want to settle nicely into the division – like their opponents on Monday.
Five of the last six meetings have been draws, with only one of those stalemates finishing without a goal being scored.
The stats seem to back a nifty bet of a draw and both teams to score at , with the draw on its own being .
Capitalise on Capoue
It’s not too outrageous a statement to say that Watford’s Etienne Capoue is probably the most in-form player in the Premier League at the moment.
His opener against Man United last week was not only his second goal in as many games, it was also his fourth in five this campaign. With that being said, he does look over priced at to score first on Monday or even anytime at .
On the Burnley side, Andre Gray is the favourite to notch first.
However, at , new signing Stephen Defour might be worth punt for an anytime goal. After all he has already blasted a beauty in the draw against Hull at Turf Moor this season.