Two of last season’s relegated Premier League sides go head to head on Saturday evening, with Watford hosting Championship leaders Norwich.
The game kicks off at 7.45pm at Vicarage Road, with Norwich sitting top of the standings and Watford sitting fifth. here’s al you need to know about how to stream the Watford v Norwich game.
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The Canaries have lost just three league games this season, and also sit top of the Championship form table. They have five wins and one loss from their last six matches, scoring 11 goals and conceding seven.
It’s now five wins in a row for Daniel Farke’s men, including Saturday’s victory against Cardiff. Emi Buendia and Todd Cantwell found the net in the 2-0 win at Carrow Road.
Watford meanwhile are enduring an inconsistent run. They have two wins, two draws and two losses from their last six matches.
While conceding goals hasn’t been an issue for the Hornets, scoring goals has been a real problem. They have scored just four times in their last six games.
Such poor displays of late has also led to the sacking of Vladimir Ivic. The Serbian was only appointed in August after the club’s relegation from the top-flight.
But he was deemed not good enough by the Watford board, who have since brought in Xisco Munoz from Georgian club Dinamo Tbilisi. The Spaniard is a former Valencia and Levante winger, and is now the fifth manager that the Hornets have had in just over a year.
Saturday will be his first day in the dugout at Vicarage Road, and he couldn’t have been given a more difficult start to life in England.
A Watford win has been given odds of 8/5, with the Canaries available at 19/10 to leave with all three points.
A draw can be backed at 11/5.
It was the Hornets who certainly got the better of their opponents last time out. The clubs last met in last season’s ultimately disappointing Premier League campaign.
Watford won 2-0 at Carrow Road last November, before clinching a 2-1 victory at Carrow Road in July.
Finland international Teemu Pukki has been given odds of 19/4 to score the opener on Saturday.
Watford’s Troy Deeney and Joao Pedro can be backed at 5/1 and 11/2 respectively.