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Watford vs Arsenal in the Premier League on Mar 6. 2022 - Odds & Prediction

Watford vs Arsenal in the Premier League on Mar 6. 2022 - Odds & Prediction

When looking at Roy Hodgson’s short tenure as Watford boss, he seems to be doing better on the road than at the Hornets’ home of Vicarage Road and this statement can be backed up by another impressive away showing at the weekend.

However, Watford must now return to more familiar ground for their next Premier League skirmish and with an in-form Arsenal coming to town, it is not going to be an easy afternoon for a team that is struggling near the foot of the table.

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Watford have offered very little in front of their own fans lately, in fact they have offered nothing at all and with three defeats from as many Vicarage Road outings, things do not bode well for Sunday.

Especially as Arsenal are no slouches on the road and with them being up at both halftime and fulltime during their last three away days, this seems like the best route for travel before the weekend.

Which means a quick look at the best betting odds, throws up a rather tempting price and if you think the Gunners will be winning at both the interval and the final whistle, you can join me in backing them at odds of 31/20 with Sportnation.

Watford Form, squad news, opinion

Home form, nothing to shout about. Away form, plenty of reasons to be cheerful. That is the outlook for Watford right now and although usually positivity in front of your own fans is the way to go, the Hornets seem to be doing the inverse right now.

Because in the time that Watford have been under the stewardship of Roy Hodgson, they have picked up five away points from the 12 on offer and failed to get anything from their pair of outings at home.

Which means although there are signs of positivity when it comes to their survival bid - none more so than their draw away at Manchester United last weekend, they are being severely let down by their form at home.

Something that will need to be rectified as soon as possible and perhaps as soon as this Sunday, because if Arsenal manage to avoid the sting of the Hornets, it will only serve to cause more issues for Watford.

There is no doubt that Watford have been pragmatic on the road under Roy Hodgson, it is now a case of transferring that level of performance to their home outings and if they can do that, they will give themselves a greater chance of survival at the end of the season.

In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Arsenal, there are no new injury concerns for manager Roy Hodgson to worry about. Although that does mean he is once again without the services of Kwadwo Baah and Peter Etebo.

Arsenal Form, squad news, opinion

Although Arsenal still find themselves lying sixth in the Premier League table, they are still in the box seat when it comes to Champions League qualification, and this is due to their three games in hand over both Manchester and West Ham United.

Of course, it is not just games in hand that have given them a timely boost, but also the simple fact that they are winning their most recent outings and with three successive league successes, Mikel Arteta’s men are currently building some momentum.

Momentum that would have been halted at the weekend, not due to their own level of performance but due to inactivity in the Premier League and with Manchester United dropping points at home, it has only strengthened Arsenal’s own position.

A position that was already reinforced after a dramatic late win over Wolves last Thursday and after edging past Bruno Lage’s men, it also derailed the Molineux outfits’ hopes of securing European qualification for themselves.

If Arsenal are to continue to charge up the table, then picking up maximum points on Sunday is the primary target and if results go their way this weekend, they could even end it in that coveted fourth position.

In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Watford, there is nothing to report within the Emirates camp and this means that Mikel Arteta can call upon each of the members of the first team squad.


When it comes to the history of these two clubs, Arsenal have had the lion’s share when it comes to victories. Although Watford will look back to the 2015/16 season and their win over Arsenal in the F.A. Cup Sixth Round.

In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Watford have won on 12 occasions, Arsenal 19 and there have been 2 draws

About the Venue

When it comes to Vicarage Road, it is a stadium that has perhaps seen better days but at the same time has seen plenty of managers of the last few years. Then again, whoever the man in charge is, Watford fans are already to lend him their full support.

With COVID-19 restrictions being lifted in England, it means there is no longer the need to show a Vaccine Passport before attending the ground. Which means, match tickets are the only item that is required to be produced at the time of writing.


When looking at the Premier League odds for relegation, Watford currently find themselves as second favourites to be demoted at the end of the season and with their home form being as it is, you can begin to understand why.

While when it comes to the odds in the top-four finish market, Arsenal’s have shortened considerably over the past weeks and backing the North London outfit to return to the Champions League, may be one of the smartest betting decisions you make.

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