Our recommended bet for Sunday’s clash at Vicarage Road comes in the form of a Watford win over Hull City, by three goals to nil.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £110 with Betway.
Two sides with altogether contrasting season goals in mind are set to lock horns in a Championship clash at Vicarage Road on Saturday, December 10th.
The matchup in question will see a Watford outfit in the thick of the battle for promotion to the top-flight play host to a Hull City side battling hard against relegation.
Let’s first take a look at the most recent endeavours of the former.
Watford headed into the World Cup break in the midst of something of a hit-and-miss stretch of form.
After surging up the Championship table owing to four wins from five stemming from mid-October to early November, the Hornets’ promotion push was subsequently slowed by a haul of just four points from an available nine.
In their latest outing, Slaven Bilic’s troops were lucky to come away from Bristol City with a share of the spoils, after a concerning performance which saw them fail to direct a single shot on target.
Owing to the three-point hauls secured by both Preston North End and Norwich already this weekend, Watford, in turn, have slipped to 6th in the table.
Sunday’s hosts, though, will head into proceedings at Vicarage Road in the knowledge that a victory could guide them back into the top-three come the weekend’s close.
And who would bet against as much, up against a Hull City outfit hovering just a point clear of the drop zone at present?
The Tigers have endured a campaign to forget to date, en route to defeats in 11 of their 21 fixtures.
The latest of these came in the final round of fixtures heading into the international break, when Liam Rosenior’s men were downed by a Reading side long plummeting down the standings in England’s 2nd tier.
After Jacob Greaves put Hull in front inside ten minutes at the MKM Stadium, Yakou Meite’s equaliser was followed by a Ryan Longman own goal deep into injury-time, handing all three points on a plate to the travelling Royals.
Hull, as a result, remain 21st in the table, in possession of a league-worst -14 goal difference.
And we at 101 do not envision this situation getting any better over the coming 24 hours.
Instead, a Watford victory, and a comfortable one at that, looks the most likely outcome upon the final whistle bringing a close to proceedings at Vicarage Road on Sunday afternoon.