Will Hull's home form continue when they host Watford? Opta reveals all.
"Hull have claimed 25 points in home games this season, compared to five away, accounting for 83% of their total (25/30)."
Hull have lost their last two league games against Watford. They last lost three in a row against them in 1989. Watford are [4.4] to win.
Watford won on their last visit to Hull in the league, thanks a Troy Deeney winner in April 2013. They've never won back-to-back away league games in Hull. Deeney is [3.6] to score.
The Hornets won the reverse fixture in October 1-0 via a Michael Dawson own goal. Watford are [13.0] to win by the same scoreline again.
Hull have claimed 25 points in home games this season, compared to five away, accounting for 83% of their total (25/30). They are [1.94] to win.
Marco Silva has won five of his six home games in charge of the Tigers, drawing the other. No Hull manager before him had won three home Premier League games in a row. Hull are [1.42] in the Draw No Bet market.
Only in one previous Premier League campaign have Hull recorded more wins than the eight they have this season (10 in 2013/14). The draw half-time/Hull full-time double result is [5.3].
Watford have surpassed the 40-point mark for the second consecutive season, something they last did in the top-flight in 1987. You can lay Hull at [1.95].
A win for the Hornets would equal their win total for last season (12). In their other two Premier League campaigns, they had 11 wins combined (6 in 1999/2000 and 5 in 2006/07). Watford are [3.25] in the Draw No Bet market.
Harry Maguire has netted in back-to-back league games for the first time in his career (two goals) - he had scored twice in his previous 93 league outings prior to this run. Maguire is [14.0] to score again.
Dan Fitch 2016/17 Season P/L
Staked: 464 pts
Returned: 463.15 pts
P/L: -0.85 pts