Watford will be hoping to continue their outstanding Vicarage Road form when they face a visit from inform Cardiff City tomorrow afternoon.
Following Wednesdays goalless draw at Nottingham Forest, the Hornets have now collected 19 points on home soil, compared to just seven on their travels.
Only Bournemouth, who needed a stoppage-time equaliser, have managed to leave Hertfordshire with anything to show for their efforts this season.
Perhaps even more concerning for visiting teams is that Watford are averaging more than two goals per game at Vicarage Road, scoring 16 times in just seven home matches.
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But Cardiff should have a spring in their step following two impressive home victories in recent days – six points which eased the pressure on underfire manager Neil Harris.
However, it wasn’t just the three points that would have pleased the former Millwall boss, whose side scored seven times across games against Luton and Huddersfield, keeping two clean sheets.
But what does Sky Sports‘ EFL pundit David Prutton think will be the outcome? He’s gone for a 2-2 draw.
Despite Cardiff’s recent revival, I think Watford’s attacking prowess will prove too much for Harris’ men, whose miserable away form will continue at Vicarage Road.
Those two recent should give the Bluebirds confidence, but I’m going for a slender 2-1 win for the hosts – with Troy Deeney on the scoresheet once again.