Can Watford continue their fine start to the season when they host Arsenal? Opta provides their statistical verdict.
"Watford have made their best-ever start to a Premier League season after seven games (12 points). Indeed, the Hornets have only won more points at this stage of a top-flight season once before, back in 1982-83 under Graham Taylor (15 points)."
They are 4.216/5 in the Draw No Bet market.
In their last meeting, back in January at the Emirates, Watford earned their first league win against Arsenal since April 1988 and ended a run of seven straight league defeats against them. Watford are 5.59/2 to win again.
Arsene Wenger has won eight of his 10 matches versus Watford in all competitions as Arsenal manager (L2). Arsenal are 1.695/7 to win.
Watford have failed to keep a clean sheet in each of their last 10 matches against Arsenal in all competitions - they last kept a shutout vs the Gunners in April 1988 (1-0) when Tony Coton was in between the sticks for the Hornets. Over 2.5 goals is 1.635/8.
Arsenal haven't failed to score in their opening four away league games of a season since 1936-37 - the last time the Gunners failed to score in four consecutive away league games in the same season was in December 1992 under George Graham. Under 2.5 goals is 2.526/4.
Watford have made their best-ever start to a Premier League season after seven games (12 points). Indeed, the Hornets have only won more points at this stage of a top-flight season once before, back in 1982-83 under Graham Taylor (15 points). They are 4.216/5 in the Draw No Bet market.
Since the start of the 2015-16 campaign, Arsenal have scored more headed goals in the Premier League than any other side (34), with Olivier Giroud netting 14 of them (41%). Giroud is 2.0521/20 to score.
Watford are winless in their opening three home league games this season (D2 L1) - they've only failed to win their first four home games in six previous seasons, most recently in 2011-12 in the Championship. The draw is 4.47/2.
Petr Cech has kept four consecutive clean sheets in the Premier League for the first time since February 2015. The Czech glovesman last enjoyed a longer run of top-flight shut-outs between April and August 2010 (six in total). Arsenal are 3.26 to win to nil.
Troy Deeney is without a goal in his last 13 league games, his longest goal-drought ever in the Premier League and his worst in league football since October 2011 (32 in total). Deeney is 3.7511/4 to break his duck.
Alexis Sanchez has scored three and assisted three in his four Premier League games against Watford. Sanchez is 2.17 to score.