Opta Stats: Watford v Liverpool

Can Liverpool thwart the dynamic duo of Deeney and Ighalo?
Can Liverpool thwart the dynamic duo of Deeney and Ighalo?
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Can Liverpool pick up another away win following recent successes at Chelsea, Man City and Southampton? Opta has the answers.

"Liverpool have won eight and lost just one of the last nine meetings with Watford in all competitions, including their last four trips to Vicarage Road.

The away win is 2.021/1"

Watford have never won back to back home games in the Premier League. You can oppose Watford at 4.3100/30

Liverpool have won eight and lost just one of the last nine meetings with Watford in all competitions, including their last four trips to Vicarage Road. The away win is 2.021/1

Watford have only conceded in three of their Premier League home games this season, but they have lost on each of these occasions. Back Liverpool to win 1-0 at 8.27/1

Ahead of MD17, only Manchester United (6) have kept more clean sheets at home in the Premier League this season than Watford (5). Back a Watford clean sheet at 4.57/2

If Premier League games ended at half-time this season, Watford would be top of the league with 27 points. The Hornets are 4.84/1 to be ahead at the break

Odion Ighalo has scored a higher proportion of his team's Premier League goals this season than any other player (56% - 10 of 18). Back him to score first at 7.06/1

Liverpool have scored just two goals in the three Premier League games that Philippe Coutinho has missed this season (0.7 per game), compared to an average of 1.4 goals per game with him in the side. Coutinho is fit so back over 2.5 goals at 2.186/5

Watford are the 11th newly-promoted side to have won 25+ points in their opening 16 games of a Premier League season - none of the previous 10 have been relegated. Back them to pick up at least one more point against Liverpool at 1.9620/21

It is the highest points tally after 16 games by a newly-promoted side since Hull's 26 points in 2008-09 - the Tigers only narrowly avoided relegation on the final day that season. They are 28.027/1 to go down

Troy Deeney and Odion Ighalo have created 29 goalscoring chances for one another in the Premier League this season; more than any other combination. Back over 3.5 goals at 4.03/1

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