Watford could go second in the Championship table on Saturday with a win against struggling Coventry. Here’s how to watch Watford v Coventry today.
Vladimir Ivic’s side sit fourth in the current standings, with five wins from their ten matches. They’ve drawn three and lost just two of their other five.
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After a strong start to the season, the Hornets have just one win from their last four. And that came on Wednesday night against Stoke, with the hosts edging out the Potters 3-2 in a five-goal thriller.
Stoke’s Nick Powell netted late on to tie the game at 2-2, but Ismaila Sarr had other plans, scoring in the third minute of injury time to secure a 3-2 victory at Vicarage Road.
The stadium is once again the venue for Saturday’s visit of Coventry, who sit 21st in the league after ten games.
They’ve won just two of those, drawing twice and losing the other six.
Mark Robins’ men pulled off a stunning 4-2 win over leaders Reading last weekend, but have since been brought back down to earth after losing 2-1 at Nottingham Forest on Wednesday evening.
But they head to London on Saturday afternoon with another opportunity to defeat high-flyers Watford.
The home side are strong favourites at 7/10 to pick up all three points.
A draw can be backed at 14/5.
And it’s currently 19/4 for the visitors to leave Vicarage Road with a shock win.
Despite the club’s current situation, Coventry striker Matt Godden has enjoyed a strong individual start to the new Championship season.
He boasts four goals and two assists from his ten matches. His goals tally is level with the likes of Norwich forward Teemu Pukki, Brentford’s Marcus Forss and Reading’s Yakou Meite.
Also sitting on four for the season is Watford’s leading scorer Joao Pedro. The 19-year-old will be keen to add to his tally against Coventry this weekend.
Godden has been given odds of 17/2 to score the first goal of the game, with Pedro available at 17/4.
On-loan Brighton striker Glenn Murray and club legend Troy Deeney will also be keen to make their mark.
The former is currently 19/4 to net the opener, with the latter available at 15/4.