Watford v West Ham Utd Betting Tips


West Ham travel to Watford tomorrow and I have cast my eyes over the news, the rumours and the stats as well as the bookies prices. Here are the 3 bets I have picked out to be, what I consider, good value!

Both sides are looking for their first win of the season and while the team news for West Ham is positive, it is less so for The Hornets with Troy Deeney missing and doubts over Doucoure plus fitness question marks over new signings Welbeck and Sarr. With this team news plus Pellegrini having a full squad bar Winston Reid to choose from, The Hammers won’t get a better chance to pick up 3 points here and that is where we head for bet 1 with the away win priced at a juicy 5/2.

I like my data for betting and this a site that is particularly useful for football stats for betting, with Craig Dawson looking a good price at 5/1 to be booked. In his two appearances for Watford he has made 2.5 tackles and 1 foul per game which is reasonably appealing as well as the fact he picked up 10 bookings last season in the Championship for West Brom. He will be up against Haller who will be a tough test and will offer more to deal with than what Calvin-Lewin did for Everton last weekend.

And finally, sticking with the record signing for West Ham, Sebastian Haller is 8/5 and better in some places to find the back of the net at Watford, back fit after missing the Brighton fixture and with Watford missing key players, he should be presented with opportunities and I am backing him to take at least one. He will have a choice of Fornals, Lanzini and Anderson supplying him plus Noble, Wilshere, Antonio, Masuaku and Fredericks. 

Thats my 3 bets to focus on for Saturdays game and hopefully profit will be upon us!


By Geo

I am the Scottish one in the videos, I idolise Liam Gallagher and enjoy maltesers. I will forever be convinced Mark Noble is a good player and will forever be convinced that Kouyate needs to play centre back. I once applied for The Apprentice and got told my plan was useless but at least it did not include a running track.

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