One of the best teams in the Premier League clash with Manchester United on Saturday teatime, with Watford boasting a 100% record in the top flight this season and bidding for win number five.
Three of the four Hornets victories have come at home, with Javi Gracia’s side having recently beaten Tottenham in their most memorable win to date.
Now they have the chance to claim another scalp and must surely have a chance against a United team who have already lost two matches this season.
Jose Mourinho went odds-on in the Sack Race market before his team’s 2-0 win at Turf Moor although it still appears as though his time at Old Trafford might be coming to an end.
He hasn’t really built a team capable of challenging for the Premier League title and there appears to be difficulties with certain playing personnel including Paul Pogba.
Mourinho hasn’t managed to forge a strong central defensive partnership this season, although Victor Lindelof and Chris Smalling at least kept a clean sheet at Burnley a fortnight ago.
We’re certainly not prepared to back United at odds-on and we’ll go with Watford on the Asian Handicap and also to enjoy a 2-0 win which is priced up at nice odds.