West Ham will be looking to bounce back from their defeat at home to Southampton when they travel to Vicarage Road to face Watford in the Premier League.
The Hammers suffered defeat to Southampton at home 3-2 which is Ralph Hasenhuttl’s first win at the London Stadium since the Austrian joined the south coast side.
David Moyes will be expecting his side to bounce back sharpish having struggled to get a win since beating Chelsea at home, they have only picked one from a possible nine points and have now dropped to sixth.
On paper, a match against a Watford side that have only picked up two wins and lost seven under Claudio Ranieri is the perfect opportunity to pick up all three points.
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- Both teams score in 12 out of 18 West Ham’s Premier League matches this season while Watford have finished nine of their matches with both sides finding the net – both sides to score is 13/20
- Matches involving Watford have finished nine out of 16 league matches with over 2.5 goals while for West Ham it is 11 from 18 – over 2.5 goals is 4/5
- Games involving West Ham average 10.67 total corners and 12 away from home while Watford average 10.5 total and 10.88 at home – over 10.5 corners is 10/11
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Jarrod Bowen would not have been impressed with his performance against Southampton.
The former Hull City player picked up a yellow card and no goals despite starting in what was a goalfest at the London Stadium.
He was, however, creative and got in positions that threatened the Saints defence so I am expecting the same but with a slight improvement of a goal.
This will be the 49th meeting between the two sides with West Ham picking up 29 wins, seven draws and 12 defeats along the way.
In their last meeting in the league, the Irons done the double over the Hertfordshire club 3-1 both times. A repeat result is 14/1.
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Source by Football London