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After suffering another defeat at home, Watford have now failed to win any of their last eight league outings at Vicarage Road and perhaps more importantly, they have failed to win any of their last three matches in the Premier League.
A run that they will look to end on Thursday, as they play host to Wolves and with Bruno Lage’s men having lost their last three league outings in a row, their bid for European football next season has been largely derailed.
With Watford losing each of their last eight matches at Vicarage Road, there is a sense that all runs have to come to an end at some point and although that could well be the case on Thursday night, there is perhaps a safer bet to place.
A bet that I have found when looking through all the biggest and best betting sites online and it is one that even with Watford’s generosity in defence, points to a distinct lack of goals between themselves and Wolves.
Once again, I have plumped for the under 2.5 total goals market and at odds of 16/25 with SportNation, this selection will look rather good on any midweek Premier League accumulator that are you looking to place.
At the end of February, the conversation regarding Wolves and European qualification had increased in volume and with the Molineux outfit picking up a head of steam, a top-six finish looked like being a genuine prospect.
However, three successive defeats can do a lot of damage within the confines of the Premier League, and it is exactly that fate which has fallen on Wolves in recent times, as they now find themselves lying 8th in the standings.
That is not to say that the door to Europe has been slammed shut, it is more a case of Wolves struggling against better opposition and although defeats to Arsenal and West Ham were slender in margin, it was Saturday’s reverse which was the most concerning.
Because going into the visit of Crystal Palace last weekend, Wolves would have been favourites to return to winning ways and in doing so, reignite their bid to play in Europe next season.
Unfortunately, the script was far from adhered to and with Patrick Vieria leading his soaring Eagles to an impressive win in the West Midlands, it was more Molineux misery for Wolves to deal with.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the trip to Watford, manager Bruno Lage has a clean bill of health and with Willy Boly and Yerson Mosquera now available for selection, it means Wolves are at full strength for Thursday.
One point from the last nine on offer, that has been the story at Watford in recent weeks and with the Hornets lacking anything in the way of real sting, their plight towards the bottom of the table is beginning to worsen.
A plight that has not been helped by their terrible form at Vicarage Road and with not a single home point earned from the last 24 on offer, it has meant Watford’s relative success has only come on the road.
A strategy that is largely ineffective in the Premier League and although positivity on the road is not something that should ever be overlooked, it does need to be matched by success on more familiar ground.
Something that they will look to address on Thursday night and although they did give Arsenal a run for their money on Sunday, the end result was still the same. A result that saw another home loss for Roy Hodgson’s men.
While if they cannot find an uptick of form in front of their own support, one wonders just how Watford are going to climb out of the mess that they currently find themselves in and if their unwanted run does continue, the EFL Championship will begin to loom over their shoulder.
In terms of injuries and suspensions for the visit of Wolves, there are no additional concerns before Thursday, and this once again means that Roy Hodgson is unable to call upon the pair of Peter Etebo and Kwadwo Baah.
When it comes to the history of these two teams, there is nothing to split either Watford and Wolves and this comes courtesy of having an identical number of wins when looking at their head-to-head meetings.
In terms of their overall head-to-head record, Watford have won on 16 occasions, Wolves 16 and there have been 18 draws
When it comes to Vicarage Road, it is a venue that has seen very little in terms of joy in recent times and with home wins being something that has eluded Watford, their supporters will hope that all changes on Thursday night.
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.
Looking at the odds for Premier League relegation, Watford find themselves as second favourites to drop down a level and with the way they are playing as of late, backing the Hornets for demotion seems a shrewd move.
While when it comes to backing Wolves, the only real market of interest is the without Big 6 offering and with West Ham stealing a march on them in recent times, backing the Hammers to be the best of the rest makes perfect sense right now.