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Premier League Preview: Watford vs West Ham United

Watford host West Ham United on Saturday eager to bounce back from has been a disappointing start to the new Premier League season for the club.
The Hornets are priced at +115 to kick-start their season against West Ham, while the visitors can be backed at +245. In what looks likely to be a tight contest, the draw could be worth an interest at +250 and fans can see the prediction being made in the run-up to the game.
Watford crashed 3-0 at home to Brighton & Hove Albion on the opening weekend and followed up with a 1-0 defeat at Everton in the second round of matches. They face a West Ham side who have also had a tough opening to the new campaign, picking up just one point from their two matches to date.
Despite their results over the first couple of weeks, it is fair to say that both sides produced much-improved performances in their second games of the season.
Watford were probably unfortunate not to pick up a point at Goodison Park, with Troy Deeney and Abdoulaye Doucoure both missing good chances to draw their side level. However, they have now lost six matches in a row in all competitions and desperately need to put end to that streak.
With Danny Welbeck making his return as second-half substitute after a long spell on the sidelines, Watford could spark into life over the coming weeks.
West Ham were woeful in their opening game against reigning champions Manchester City, although they looked much more assured defensively against Brighton last weekend.
They were without Felipe Anderson, Mark Noble and Sebastien Haller at the Amex Stadium, but are hoping that all three will be available for selection this weekend.
The Hammers are now winless in their last nine Premier League matches during August and will undoubtedly be delighted when September finally comes around.
Despite that record, West Ham can head into the fixture with a degree of confidence having triumphed 4-1 on their last visit to Vicarage Road back in May.
Watford are unlikely to be as generous this weekend and a low-scoring draw appears the most likely outcome on Saturday.

Watford host West Ham United on Saturday eager to bounce back from has been a disappointing start to the new Premier League season for the club.

The Hornets are priced at +115 to kick-start their season against West Ham, while the visitors can be backed at +245. In what looks likely to be a tight contest, the draw could be worth an interest at +250 and fans can see the prediction being made in the run-up to the game.

Watford crashed 3-0 at home to Brighton & Hove Albion on the opening weekend and followed up with a 1-0 defeat at Everton in the second round of matches. They face a West Ham side who have also had a tough opening to the new campaign, picking up just one point from their two matches to date.

Despite their results over the first couple of weeks, it is fair to say that both sides produced much-improved performances in their second games of the season.

Watford were probably unfortunate not to pick up a point at Goodison Park, with Troy Deeney and Abdoulaye Doucoure both missing good chances to draw their side level. However, they have now lost six matches in a row in all competitions and desperately need to put end to that streak.

With Danny Welbeck making his return as second-half substitute after a long spell on the sidelines, Watford could spark into life over the coming weeks.

West Ham were woeful in their opening game against reigning champions Manchester City, although they looked much more assured defensively against Brighton last weekend.

They were without Felipe Anderson, Mark Noble and Sebastien Haller at the Amex Stadium, but are hoping that all three will be available for selection this weekend.

The Hammers are now winless in their last nine Premier League matches during August and will undoubtedly be delighted when September finally comes around.

Despite that record, West Ham can head into the fixture with a degree of confidence having triumphed 4-1 on their last visit to Vicarage Road back in May.

Watford are unlikely to be as generous this weekend and a low-scoring draw appears the most likely outcome on Saturday.

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