Watford and Luton return to Championship action this weekend, having both suffered exits from the League Cup third round in midweek as we bring you the latest Watford v Luton streaming news.
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What Live Streaming Channel is Watford v Luton on?
The game is being shown on Sky Sports TV.
Is Watford v Luton Live Streaming on Sky?
The match is live streaming on Sky Sports Football this lunchtime.
Watford v Luton : What time does the match kickoff?
The match kicks off at 12:30 at Vicarage Road, Watford, London on Saturday 26th September.
The Hornets certainly have a point to prove after being stunned by League Two Newport County, losing 3-1 at Rodney Parade on Tuesday night.
The Hatters were also in action on the same evening, losing 3-0 at home to Premier League giants Manchester United.
But the defeat will allow Nathan Jones and his side to focus on their return to the Championship. After a 12-year absence, they are making their presence known, and are one of only three teams in the division to win their first two games this season.
They edged past Barnsley and Derby 1-0 and 2-1 respectively before the loss to the Red Devils.
Watford are also unbeaten in the division since their relegation from the Premier League. But they’ve scored just once so far, beating Middlesbrough 1-0 before a goalless draw at Sheffield Wednesday.
The hosts have been given odds of 3/4 to clinch their second win of the season on Saturday.
The visitors can be backed at 24/5 to make it three wins from three, with a draw available at 3/1.
Vladimir Ivic is yet to perfect his side in terms of attacking threat, but he has guided them to two clean sheets from his two league games in charge.
His team are currently 5/4 to keep another clean sheet on Saturday.
But with Watford failing to punish teams in the final third, their opponents can be backed at 4/1 to keep a clean sheet of their own.
It’s a short trip south for Luton, and they will be looking to make their mark right from the off.
Having netted once already this season, forward James Collins is currently 8/1 to score first at Vicarage Road.
His team-mates Kazenga LuaLua, Jordan Clark and Andrew Shinnie have all been given odds of 18/1 to score the opener.
But they come up against a side that boasts plenty of Premier League experience, and one that contains both proven goalscorers and exciting youngsters looking to kickstart their careers.
On-loan striker Glenn Murray is currently 9/2 to score first, with 18-year-old Joao Pedro available at 23/4.