Watford vs Arsenal – Predictions, Free Bets, Odds and Betting Tips

Watford FC
Watford FC
League Position 8
Goals Scored 11
Goals Conceded 12
Head-to-Head Wins 1
Head-to-Head Draws 0
14th October 2017
Arsenal FC
Arsenal FC
League Position 5
Goals Scored 11
Goals Conceded 8
Head-to-Head Wins 7
Head-to-Head Draws 0
8 League Position 5
11 Goals Scored 11
12 Goals Conceded 8
1 Head-to-Head Wins 7
0 Head-to-Head Draws 0
Watford entertain Arsenal in Saturday’s late kick-off from Vicarage Road. Marco Silva’s are currently in the top-half of the table in eighth place with 12 points. Arsenal are one point ahead of them in fifth, and they are trailing fourth-placed Chelsea only on goal difference. Follow all our predictions, odds, free bets and betting tips below.

Watford FC vs Arsenal FC – Betting Tips for the game

Watford have lost just one Premier League game this term, but they are yet to win a game on their home turf. Watford secured a 2-2 comeback draw at West Bromwich Albion before the international break. Richarlison headed in an injury-time equaliser to maintain Watford’s unbeaten away run.

Arsenal, though, are unbeaten in their last five matches with four wins and a draw. Their last outing ended in a comfortable 2-0 home win over Brighton & Hove Albion. Nacho Monreal and Alex Iwobi found the scoresheet in either half.

The previous meeting between the two was at the Emirates with Watford bagging a surprise 2-1 win. The last outing at Vicarage Road, however, ended as a 3-1 win for Arsenal. Our betting tips and predictions expect an Arsenal win.

Prediction and betting tip: Arsenal win at 4/6 with BetVictor

Watford FC vs Arsenal FC – Match odds

Watford are 9/2 for a win, but we do not anticipate their chances of a victory despite their home advantage. Watford have not beaten Arsenal at Vicarage Road in the Premier League era, and they could face a stiff challenge on Saturday. Barring the defeat at the Emirates last term, Arsenal have dominated this fixture in the top-flight, and they will be relatively confident of securing a win despite their defensive injury concerns. Our preview is confident of an Arsenal win and it can be backed at 4/6 with BetVictor.

Watford win odds: 9/2 with Betfair

Watford and Arsenal draw odds: 31/10 with Unibet

Arsenal win odds: 4/6 with BetVictor

Watford FC vs Arsenal FC – Correct Score odds

Despite an impressive start to the campaign, Watford have had defensive frailties with 12 goals conceded in seven appearances. Out of those, nine have been in just three home matches.  Meanwhile, Arsenal have also conceded eight goals this season, but they have kept clean sheets in the last four games, which includes a goalless draw versus Chelsea. Arsenal could be without both Shkodran Mustafi and Laurent Koscielny against Watford, and this may affect their defensive record. Our correct score prediction is to go with an Arsenal 2-1 win at 8/1 with Bet365.

Correct score prediction: Arsenal 2-1 win at 8/1 with Bet365

Watford FC vs Arsenal FC – Over/Under 2.5 Goals odds

Watford have produced free-scoring games in the Premier League this term with four of their seven matches witnessing at least three goals. The last four meetings against Arsenal at Vicarage Road have all produced over 2.5 goals with the visitors coming up triumphs in each occasion. Our total goals prediction is to go with over 2.5 goals at 8/13 with Betfair.

Goal odds and predictions: Over 2.5 goals at 8/13 with Betfair

Watford FC vs Arsenal FC – First Goalscorer odds

Alexandre Lacazette has made a good start to his Arsenal career with four goals in seven outings. The Frenchman has a very good conversion rate of 33 percent, and he has already hit the woodwork on a few occasions. Lacazette has started the last four games under Arsene Wenger, and he is expected to lead the line on Saturday. Our first goal scorer prediction is to go with Lacazette at 15/4 with Bet365.

First goal scorer prediction: Lacazette at 15/4 with Bet365

Watford FC vs Arsenal FC – Free bet offers

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