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The record for successive defeats at Vicarage Road currently stands at 10 and if Watford fail to break this chain at the weekend with a win, it will all but relegate them from the Premier League at the end of the season.
Something that Burnley will be all too aware of and with their own plight being helped in the past few days, their recent momentum is not something that they will want to see ended on Saturday.
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With Watford’s terrible run of home defeats now in double figures, there is little reason to suggest that successive loss number eleven is not around the corner, and this is something that I have considered when looking at the best odds online.
Especially when you consider the uptick in form that Burnley have found in the past week or so and with them now replacing Everton in the position marked safe, they will want to continue their positive run of results on Saturday.
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Although it is not quite win or bust for Watford, it may as well be and with the Hornets failing to score any of the last 30 points on offer at Vicarage Road, they are edging closer towards the unwanted destination of the EFL Championship.
Because even though they cannot officially be relegated this weekend, manager Roy Hodgson knows that if the greatest of great escapes is to begin, then it has to begin with a win on Saturday.
Unfortunately for Hodgson, the confidence of his players will have only been dented further and after suffering a thrashing at the hands of Manchester City, it has only worsened their goal difference in the process.
Which means if results go against them and that being one result in particular, it will mean a 12-point gap between Burnley in 17th and Watford in 19th or even 20th if Norwich find a win at Aston Villa.
Ultimately, Watford regardless of managerial personnel have not been good enough this season and once again the short-term thinking of the club’s owners has failed to bring them the stability they were hoping for.
Seven points from the last nine on offer and a tally that has been recorded after Sean Dyche has been sacked as Burnley manager. A tally that also suggests that maybe getting rid of their former boss was not a bad decision after all.
Because after all the uproar that came over the Easter weekend, that same uproar has been rather silenced and especially now that the Clarets have not only gone three games unbeaten but also moved themselves out of the relegation zone.
A pair of wins over both Southampton and Wolves have transformed the landscape of the relegation battle and with Everton now plunged into the bottom three, Burnley know that they can potentially relegate one club and all but relegate another this weekend.
With that in mind, the equation is rather simple: If Burnley beat Watford, the Hornets will be all but officially relegated and would need an incredible turn of results to somehow avoid relegation to the Championship.
While if Burnley beat Watford and Norwich lose at Aston Villa, the Canaries will definitely be sent packing and even if Dean Smith’s men get a point to go alongside a win for the Clarets, they would find themselves with the same goal difference mountain to climb as Watford.
When it comes to the history of Watford and Burnley, it is the Clarets who have come out on top more often than not and if they are to pull further clear of the relegation zone, then another win would be welcomed on Saturday.
Vicarage Road opened in 1922 and holds up to 21,577 supporters.
If a home stadium is meant to help lead a team to victory, that has certainly not been the case at Vicarage Road this season and with the Hornets losing each of their last ten matches on familiar ground, they are getting more joy on the road as of late.
While when it comes to Vicarage Road, it is one of the smaller grounds within the Premier League and if Roy Hodgson’s men keep up their current home form, it will soon be one of the bigger grounds within the EFL Championship.
When it comes to the Premier League outright odds for relegation, Watford’s have only lengthened after their drubbing at Manchester City and now it is surely a case of when and not if they suffer demotion from the division.