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Watford VS Sheffield United, under game is expected

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Posted Sat, 05 Oct 2019 10:00:22 GMT        

Match Time: 10/5/2019 22:00 Saturday (GMT+8)

English Premier League -- Watford VS Sheffield United

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Watford: It will be a difficult story ( Recent Form: D D L W L )

The loot of Watford after seven games in the Premier League? Two points and a goal difference of -16. At the moment it is not over at Watford, which recently put Javi Gracia out in the hope that Quique Sánchez Flores can do better with The Hornets in the coming months. The Spaniard started his adventure at Watford with a nice 2-2 draw against Arsenal, but the two league matches thereafter lost Watford no chance of Manchester City (8-0) and Wolverhampton (2-0). The defeat to Wolverhampton last week was for Watford and it was the fifth defeat this season in the Premier League for The Hornets. Watford has not won 11 games in a row in the meantime and if Sheffield United is not beaten by The Hornets this weekend they will set a new negative club record of 12 games in a row without a win. It is hoped for Watford that this will not happen, but at the moment Watford is in the corner where the blows fall. That also turned out to be against the Wolves, for example when Daryl Janmaat passed over his own goalkeeper in a rather clumsy manner.

 

Sheffield United: Narrow defeats ( Recent Form: D L W L L )

Sheffield United is the best in the Premier League of all three newcomers and that is striking. Compared to Aston Villa and Norwich City, The Blades really have a lesser selection, but apparently Chris Wilder knows how to hit the right chord with his team. After seven games, Sheffield United is in 12th place, while many experts still expected Sheffield United to camp somewhere at the bottom. The current twelfth place should be a pleasure for the fans of Sheffield United, because they too had expected their club to have a difficult year. Still, Wilder's team has been running less well in recent weeks, as Sheffield United lost three of the last four games. The last few weeks The Blades in the Premier League lost 0-1 to Southampton and last weekend with the same figures to Liverpool, while Sheffield United also lost 0-1 to Sunderland last Wednesday in the Carabao Cup. Nip defeats every time from Sheffield United, which won two weeks ago with a great 0-2 score on a visit to Everton. In fact, Sheffield United is still unbeaten in the Premier League this season, as the away games at AFC Bournemouth (1-1) and Chelsea (2-2) were not lost to Wilder's formation.

 

THE BETTING VERDICT:

After all, Watford is an attacking team, but the strikers of the team are gradually losing their goalscoring instincts so they will face many difficulties against Sheffield United's highly-rated defense. In the last 4 matches of Chris Wilder's team, there are no more than 2 goals scored which will make the possibility of the game with many goals is not high.

 

Watford - Sheffield United

O/U Pick: Under 2.5 goals

Watford VS Sheffield United, under game is expected

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