Another weekend means another opportunity to watch some great football games in the Barclay’s Premier League.
November is quickly coming to an end, so this weekend’s games are the best opportunity for some players to win monthly titles.
The first game we have our eyes on takes place between Watford and Stoke City, a typical Premier League clash where really anything can happen.
Watford vs Stoke City – 27/11/2016
Betting Odds At Online Football Betting Sites
FT Result: Watford 2.45 or 29/20 Draw 3.30 or 23/10 Stoke City 3.20 or 11/5
Total Goals Over/Under 2.5: Over 2.00 or 1/1 Under 1.80 or 4/5
Both Teams To Score: Yes 1.75 or 3/4 No 2.00 or 1/1
Although both teams are in better form than in the beginning of the season, Watford does have a certain advantage, not losing at home in their last 4 games.
They’ve managed to beat Leicester on their home ground last time around and currently sit 8th with 19 points, just one below 6th place which is where the European Cup line is usually drawn.
Pre-season critics said they’ll have quite a hard time avoiding relegation this season, but the team seems to bet to defy these odds and have a quiet and productive time.
Meanwhile, Stoke is seen as a very inconsistent team. Their first win of the season came just 5 fixtures ago. Two more wins quickly followed the first one, but they’ve also failed to win in their last two games – 1-1 against West Ham and 0-1 against Bournemouth.
Although their squad certainly doesn’t lack quality, they do have some injury problems – Butland, Allen, Bardsley or Whelan all missing with injuries. Thankfully, they have players like Bony, Arnautovici or Shaqiri who can produce a win out of very little.
Watford vs Stoke City Betting Tips
From a betting perspective, we do back the home team to do rather well. A 1X bet is our most confident of the day, since we believe Watford will avoid defeat here, and we also expect a rather exciting game.
Over 1,5 goals is a good bet, while the bolder of you might go for the over 2,5 goal bet as well. Good luck!
Both Teams To Score – Yes @ 1.83 or 5/6 with 138
Watford Win & Over 2.5 Goals @ 3.25 or 9/4 with 138
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