Opta Stats: Brighton v Watford

Brighton manager Chris Hughton.
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Brighton are without a win in four games as they prepare to host Watford. Opta crunches the numbers so you don't have to.

"Watford defender Craig Cathcart has scored in consecutive Premier League games. He’d only scored in three of his previous 108 in the competition."

Both teams to score is [1.95].

Brighton have won just one of their last eight league games against Watford (D3 L4). The draw is [3.3].

Watford are looking to complete a league double over Brighton for the first time since the 1973-74 season, when they competed in the third tier. The Hornets are [2.96] to win.

Brighton have failed to score in their last two home games in all competitions (W0 D1 L1), last failing to find the net in three in a row at the Amex in January 2016. Under 2.5 goals is [1.7].

Brighton haven't lost four consecutive league matches since December 2011 under Gus Poyet, while current boss Chris Hughton hasn't done so since January 2013 when he was Norwich manager. They are [2.7] to bounce back with a win.

Watford haven't lost consecutive Premier League away games since a run of six between February-May 2018. Brighton are [1.87] Draw No Bet.

Brighton have never lost a Premier League game in February (W2 D1), one of just two teams to be unbeaten in a single month in the competition's history (Blackpool W2 D0 L0 in December). They are [1.48] Double Chance.

Brighton striker Glenn Murray has scored 10 Premier League goals in back-to-back seasons (12 in 2017-18, 10 in 2018-19) - he has found the net with 10 of his 17 shots on target this season. Murray is [2.6] to score.

Watford defender Craig Cathcart has scored in consecutive Premier League games. He'd only scored in three of his previous 108 in the competition. Both teams to score is [1.95].

Dan Fitch 2018/19 Season P/L

Staked: 276.00 pts
Returned: 290.83 pts
P/L: +14.83 pts

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