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Match: Arsenal vs Watford
Competition: Premier League
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Arsenal vs Watford live streaming: Match preview
Amazingly, Watford sit two places and one point above Arsenal at start of play.
Unai Emery’s red and white army are in great form though.
They’ve won their last four league games, against West Ham, Cardiff, Newcastle and Everton, and haven’t won 5 in a row in the league since May 2017.
The Gunners have also won both cup games they’ve played so far; a 4-2 Europa League win over Vorskla Poltava and Wednesday’s 3-1 League Cup win over Brentford.
Watford though crashed out of the Carabao Cup on Wednesday.
They were involved in a thriller with Spurs in Milton Keynes before losing 4-2 on penalties.
Still, they sit in fourth in the league.
Javi Gracia’s side won their first 4 matches but have lost to Manchester United and drawn with Fulham since.
Can they get back to winning ways or can Arsenal keep up their superb home record?
They’ve won 23 of their last 29 Premier League games at the Emirates, a run stretching back to January 2017 when coincidentally Watford beat them 2-1.