Just one point separates Bristol City and Watford ahead of their Championship clash on Wednesday evening.
There’s everything to play for tonight – this one kicks off from Ashton Gate at 19:45.
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What is the Bristol City v Watford Form Guide?
The Robins sit third in the standings on 23 points, with the Hornets in fifth on 22.
Both clubs go into the game on a three-game unbeaten run, with both keen to extend their impressive form with a win at Ashton Gate.
Dean Holden’s men have won their last three matches, most recently beating Derby 1-0 on Saturday. Their three losses this season all came last month, with two of those coming against Bournemouth and Norwich, the only two sides above them in the table.
Watford meanwhile drew at QPR on Saturday, having won both their previous two games by a scoreline of 3-2.
Vladimir Ivić has guided the Hornets to a strong start after the club’s relegation from the Premier League. Bouncing straight back up to the top-flight is now very much his priority this season.
The clubs last came together in an FA Cup third round tie back in 2018. Goals from Andre Carillo, Troy Deeney and Etienne Capoue saw the hosts ease to a 3-0 win.
They did, however, meet in the second round of the League Cup a year earlier. And it was the Robins who came out on top in that encounter in a five-goal thriller.
Goals from Capoue and Adrian Mariappa were not enough as Freddie Hinds, Bobby Reid and Niclas Eliasson earned Bristol a memorable victory.
They will be hoping for a similar outcome under the lights on Wednesday evening.
Is there Bristol City v Watford Match Odds?
A Watford victory can be backed at 5/4.
A Bristol City win has been given odds of 13/5.
And a draw between the pair is currently available at 23/10.
Bristol’s Jamie Paterson and Nakhi Wells both sit on three goals for the campaign, and will be keen to extend their tallies.
Watford’s Ismaila Sarr also sits on three, but they all find themselves behind 19-year-old Joao Pedro. The Brazilian has four for the campaign.
Paterson can be backed at 10/1 to score the game’s opening goal, with Wells available at 7/1.
Sarr has been given odds of 15/2 to net first, with Pedro currently 5/1.