PREMIER LEAGUE SUNDAY: We preview Sunday’s final set of Premier League games. The title could go to MAN CITY or LIVERPOOL but it’s very much City’s to lose. We preview all the matches with a recommended BETDAQ bet and extended stats.
BRIGHTON V MANCHESTER CITY
3pm It’s the final day of the Premier League season and we still have everything to play for at the top of the table! We had some nervy moments on Monday night for Manchester City but they grinded out a 1-0 win over Leicester and now all they need to do is beat Brighton to win back-to-back titles. Obviously City would much rather play this final game at home, however Brighton have finished the season really poorly and on paper City should win easily. However, games aren’t won on paper!
The match odds at the time of writing currently trade; Brighton 22.0, Manchester City 1.18 and the draw is 9.2. Brighton only confirmed their place in the Premier League next season last weekend when Cardiff lost; so perhaps we will see them play with a lot more freedom now. Fulham have won plenty of games since they were confirmed as relegated and the pressure is going to be immense on City today. We can see City grinding out a win but it won’t be pretty – we’re happy to lay Any Other Away Win (City to score four or more goals and win) at 2.94 which looks very short.
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- A win will guarantee Manchester City their fourth Premier League title, and sixth overall in the English top-flight. They would be the first team to retain the crown since Manchester United in 2008-09.
- The last team to be top going into the final day of an English top-flight season and not win the title were Liverpool in 1988-89.
- Brighton have lost just one of their last five home games against Man City in all competitions (W1 D3), though it was in this exact fixture last season (0-2).
- Manchester City have won their last four meetings with Brighton in all competitions, already beating the Seagulls twice this season (once in the league, once in the FA Cup).
- Brighton have lost their last three final games of a top-flight season, losing 0-4 at Liverpool last term.
- Manchester City haven’t lost on the final day of a Premier League season since 2012-13, when Chris Hughton’s Norwich won 3-2 at the Etihad.
- Brighton and Hove Albion have played more top-flight matches against reigning champions without winning than any other team in top-flight history (11 – W0 D2 L9).
- Brighton manager Chris Hughton has lost eight of his 10 matches against Man City in all competitions (W1 D1), though his only victory came in a match on the closing day of the season (3-2 with Norwich in 2012-13).
- Glenn Murray has scored seven home Premier League goals this season, at least five more than any other Brighton player, and accounting for 39% of their total (7/18). However, the striker hasn’t scored in any of his last 11 games at the Amex Stadium.
- Sergio Aguero has scored 31 goals in all competitions for Man City this term – only in 2014-15 (32) and 2016-17 (33) has he scored more in a single season for the Citizens.
BURNLEY V ARSENAL
3pm After the low of not reaching the Top Four in the Premier League last weekend, Arsenal had the wonderful high of reaching the Europa League Final on Thursday night. Their away results in the Europa League couldn’t be further away from their away form in the Premier League – they have only managed to keep one clean sheet for the whole season! It’s hard to get away from an Arsenal lay here at 2.26 given they come into this clash having lost three of their last four away from home and drawn the other. Add that to losing to Crystal Palace and only drawing with Brighton and it’s very hard to make a case as to why Arsenal are good value here at 2.26. We feel that they are at least 15 ticks too short and we’re very happy to lay them at the odds – Burnley will make this one a lot closer than 2.26 suggests.
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Lay Arsenal at 2.26.
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- Burnley have lost their last nine meetings with Arsenal in all competitions – only against Wolves have they ever lost more consecutively (11 between 1987-2002).
- Arsenal have won their last three Premier League away games against Burnley, all by a 1-0 scoreline. In the last two campaigns, they’ve scored a 90th minute winner at Turf Moor.
- Burnley have lost their last two Premier League games on the closing day of the season, losing 1-2 against West Ham and Bournemouth despite taking the lead both times.
- Arsenal haven’t lost on the final day of a Premier League season since 2004-05 (1-2 vs Birmingham), winning each of the last seven in a row.
- There have been 13 hat-tricks scored on the closing day of a Premier League season, with 31% of these being netted by Arsenal players – Freddie Ljungberg in 2002-03, Thierry Henry in 2005-06, Theo Walcott in 2014-15 and Olivier Giroud in 2015-16.
- Burnley are 15th in the table – the average position of opponents at the start of the day for Arsenal’s six Premier League away wins this season is 15th.
- Arsenal have only kept one clean sheet away from home in the Premier League this season – the last time they only kept one clean sheet on the road in a top-flight campaign was back in 1967-68 under manager Bertie Mee.
- Arsenal are winless in their last four Premier League games (D1 L3). They last went five without a win in a single season back in February 2009.
- Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has scored four goals in his two Premier League games against Burnley, though both of these matches have been at the Emirates.
- Burnley striker Peter Crouch has scored on the final day of six separate Premier League seasons, including each of the last two – only Andrew Cole (8) and Les Ferdinand and Teddy Sheringham (7) have done so more often.
CRYSTAL PALACE V BOURNEMOUTH
3pm Crystal Palace continued their excellent form away from home this season with a 3-2 win over Cardiff last weekend; however they’ve collected just 17 points at home this season! If they were to lose this game they would actually get a Premier League record with the biggest difference between home and away points. It’s hard to believe that they are trading as short as 1.92 – Bournemouth have been very poor away from home this season but they have been playing some good football to finish their season and it’s hard to get away from the home record of Palace here. We fully expect this game to be a lot closer than odds of 1.92 on Crystal Palace suggest and we simply have to lay them from a value point of view. Bournemouth have scored eight goals in their last two away games, and given how Palace have played here this season; the 1.92 might be the best lay of the day.
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- Crystal Palace have won just one of their seven previous Premier League meetings with Bournemouth (D4 L2), winning 2-0 away in January 2017.
- Bournemouth are unbeaten in their three Premier League away games against Crystal Palace (W1 D2) – they’ve only played at Vicarage Road (4) more often without defeat in the top-flight than they have at Selhurst Park (3).
- Bournemouth are looking to do the league double over Crystal Palace for the first time since the 1988-89 second tier campaign
- When playing their final game of a top-flight season at home, Crystal Palace have never lost, winning five and drawing two of their seven such games.
- This is the seventh consecutive season Bournemouth are playing their final league game of the season away from home. The Cherries’ joint-biggest victory in a final game came against Crystal Palace (6-1 in the 1925-26 Third Division South).
- Crystal Palace have won just 17 points in home games this season, compared to 29 away from home. If they lose this game, it will be the biggest difference between points won away compared to at home over a single top-flight campaign (12, adjusted to three points for a win all-time).
- Bournemouth have scored eight goals in their last two Premier League away games – two more than they had in their previous 11 on the road in the competition (6).
- Both Luka Milivojevic (12) and Wilfried Zaha (10) have scored 10+ Premier League goals this season, the first time that two Crystal Palace players have reached double figures in a single Premier League campaign.
- Bournemouth’s Callum Wilson has been directly involved in 10 goals in his 10 Premier League games in 2019 (6 goals, 4 assists). Among English players, only Jamie Vardy (14) and Raheem Sterling (12) have been involved in more goals during this period.
- Ryan Fraser has 14 Premier League assists this season for Bournemouth; only two players have assisted as many as 14 in a season playing for a club who finished the season in the bottom half – Nolberto Solano in 1999-00 (15, Newcastle) and Muzzy Izzet in 2003-04 (14, Leicester).
FULHAM V NEWCASTLE
3pm Newcastle battled very hard to try and stop Liverpool’s bid for the Premier League title on Saturday night but they just came up short. If they can play like that again today, they will easily beat this Fulham side. The question is whether or not Newcastle can repeat the performance; they’ve drawn with Brighton and lost to Palace – but beaten Arsenal and are one of the few sides to beat Manchester City this season! Fulham have been finishing the season strongly since their relegation was official however they did lose to Wolves last weekend. We can only see a very close game here between two sides playing decent football and while you would lean towards Newcastle if pressed for a winner; the draw looks good value at 3.65 and is worth backing at those odds.
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Draw at 3.65.
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- Fulham have won eight of their last nine home league meetings with Newcastle (L1), including each of the last six in a row.
- Newcastle have kept three clean sheets in their last four Premier League meetings with Fulham, winning 1-0 twice, drawing 0-0 and losing the other 0-1.
- Newcastle have won their final league game of the season in each of the last four campaigns, scoring 13 goals and conceding just one. However, all four of these games have been at St James’ Park.
- Fulham have won their last two Premier League home games, last winning three in a row in the competition at Craven Cottage in September 2012 under Martin Jol (a run of four).
- Newcastle United have collected just five points from their last 12 Premier League matches in London (W1 D2 L9), losing each of their last four in a row; the Magpies have lost more away Premier League games in the capital than any other side (76).
- Newcastle have received more Premier League red cards in the final matches of seasons than any other side (7), with three of the last five final day red cards going to Newcastle players – Paul Dummett and Shola Ameobi in 2013-14 and current Fulham striker Aleksandar Mitrovic in 2015-16.
- Fulham have conceded just one goal in their last four Premier League games, this after a run of conceding at least twice in 13 consecutive matches.
- 35% of Fulham’s points won in the Premier League this season have come under manager Scott Parker (9/26), despite him taking charge of just nine games so far.
- Salomon Rondon has been directly involved in 45% of Newcastle’s 38 Premier League goals this season (10 goals, 7 assists) – only Eden Hazard (49%) has had a hand in a higher share of his side’s goals this season.
- Only Aleksandar Mitrovic (14) has been involved in more Premier League goals for Fulham this season than Ryan Babel (5 goals, 3 assists), despite the Dutchman playing just 15 games for the club.
LEICESTER V CHELSEA
3pm Chelsea had to go all the way to penalties on Thursday night to reach the Europa League Final and after all that drama, that will surely have an impact on their legs here in the closing stages. Sarri will be very tempting to rest players; this is a meaningless game given they are already assured of a Top Four finish. Leicester played very well on Monday night against Manchester City but just came up short – they have been playing some excellent football under Brendan Rodgers. This should be a very close game but we wouldn’t be surprised at all to see Sarri rest players and given the way Leicester have been playing recently – they look good value at 2.46 here. They’ve won four of their last five home games and Chelsea have managed just one clean sheet in their last 13 away Premier League games; they have conceded in all of their eight. Everything points to Leicester here and we’re very happy with odds of 2.46.
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- Leicester are looking to complete the league double over Chelsea for the first time since the 2000-01 campaign, having won the reverse fixture at Stamford Bridge 1-0.
- Chelsea have won five of their last six away league games against Leicester, with the exception being a 1-2 loss in the Foxes’ title winning campaign of 2015-16.
- Chelsea are guaranteed a top four finish in the Premier League this season – since four English clubs could qualify for the Champions League in 2001-02, only Arsenal (15) have finished in these places more often than the Blues (14).
- Chelsea hold the record for the biggest win on the closing day of a Premier League season, beating Wigan 8-0 in 2009-10 to secure the league title.
- Among teams to have played in at least 10 Premier League campaigns, Leicester City’s final matches of a season have seen more goals on average than any other side (4.3 – 51 goals in 12 games).
- Leicester have won four of their last five Premier League home games (L1), more than they had in their previous 12 at the King Power Stadium (W3 D2 L7).
- Chelsea have kept just one clean sheet in their last 13 away league games, conceding in each of their last eight. They last conceded in nine consecutive Premier League games on the road in February 2001.
- Jamie Vardy has scored each of Leicester’s last three goals in all competitions against Chelsea, including the winner in the reverse fixture in December.
- Chelsea’s Eden Hazard has been directly involved in more Premier League goals than any other player this season (16 goals, 15 assists). Only in 2011-12 with Lille has the Belgian been involved in more goals in a single top-flight campaign (20 goals, 16 assists).
- Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers has faced Chelsea more often in Premier League games without winning than he has versus any other side in the competition (8 – D4 L4).
LIVERPOOL V WOLVES
3pm What a dream week for Liverpool! To come from three goals behind after the first leg against Barcelona will go down in Champions League history and that night at Anfield will always be remembered! However they still have work to do! Obviously they have to hope Manchester City slip up against Brighton and also beat Wolves; however regardless of what happens this weekend they can be very proud of themselves this season. It’s hard to see anything but a win for Liverpool here – Wolves have been impressive this season; but Liverpool at Anfield have been on a totally different level.
The match odds at the time of writing currently trade; Liverpool 1.35, Wolves 10.5 and the draw is 5.8. Liverpool could go the whole season unbeaten at home in the Premier League if they stop Wolves from winning and although Wolves have already beaten Chelsea, Spurs, Arsenal and Manchester United – it’s difficult to see them beating this Liverpool side at home. Liverpool can only do one thing here and that’s attack to win and hope City slip up; so we expect plenty of goals. Over 2.5 goals looks huge at 1.68 and we can’t get away from backing that!
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- Liverpool could still secure their 19th top-flight league title, depending on Manchester City’s result at Brighton & Hove Albion. It would be their first league title since 1989-90 and they would be the seventh different team to win the Premier League title since it began in 1992.
- Liverpool have won six of their nine Premier League meetings with Wolves (D2 L1), including each of the last four in a row. They’ve kept six clean sheets in those nine games, conceding just once in each of the other three.
- Wolves have won two of their last three away games against Liverpool in all competitions (L1), more than they had in their previous 24 at Anfield (W1 D3 L20).
- This will be the sixth time Liverpool and Wolves have met in their final game of a top- flight season, with Liverpool winning each of the previous five by an aggregate score of 12-4.
- When playing their final match of the season at home, Liverpool haven’t lost since their famous 0-2 defeat against Arsenal in 1988-89, with the Reds winning 11 and drawing two since.
- Wolves have already beaten Chelsea, Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester United in the Premier League this season. Only two teams to finish lower than sixth have beaten as many as five of the sides to finish in the top six in a single Premier League campaign – Southampton in 1997-98 and West Ham in 2015-16.
- Liverpool could remain unbeaten at home in a top-flight campaign for the eighth different time, and for the first time in consecutive seasons since the 1978-79/1979-80 campaigns.
- Wolves’ points tally of 57 in the Premier League this season is the most by a newly- promoted side since Ipswich Town won 66 points and finished 5 th in the 2000-01 season.
- Liverpool’s Sadio Mane has scored more home goals than any other player in the Premier League this season (16).
- Liverpool full-backs Trent Alexander-Arnold (12) and Andrew Robertson (11) have been involved in more Premier League goals than any other defenders this season. Meanwhile, Wolves’ Matt Doherty sits joint-third in this list with nine (4 goals, 5 assists).
MANCHESTER UNITED V CARDIFF
3pm It must have been very painful for United fans to watch their side against Huddersfield last weekend. They were woeful and the players don’t look like their playing for the club. Pogba is a midfielder who seems to play for his own image rather than the team; and it will be very interesting to see does he stay at the club this summer. There’s no doubt that Solakjaer will want a total clear out, and it will be an odd atmosphere at Old Trafford today as they bring the curtain down on another poor season. Cardiff won’t enjoy being here either after they got relegated last weekend, and we could see loads of goals here as the players switch off! Over 3.5 goals is trading 2.04 on BETDAQ and that looks great value. This game could easily have a friendly feel to it and we should see plenty of attacking, along with some poor defending. It’s been yet another disappointing season for United and they really need things to change over the summer.
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- Manchester United are unbeaten in their last eight league meetings with Cardiff (W6 D2) since a 0-3 away loss in November 1960.
- Cardiff have never kept a clean sheet in 15 away games against Man Utd in all competitions (W3 D6 L6).
- Manchester United have won 18 of their 26 closing day Premier League games, more than any other side in the competition. They’ve not lost such a game since 2006-07 (0-1 vs West Ham).
- Manchester United have kept just two clean sheets at Old Trafford this season. Even if they don’t concede in this game, it will be their fewest home clean sheets in a single league season since 1962-63 (2).
- Man Utd are winless in their last four Premier League games (D2 L2), last going five without a win in May 2017. They’d only failed to win four of their opening 16 Premier League matches under manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær (W12 D2 L2).
- Cardiff have won just two points from 69 available in Premier League games against the six ever-present sides (P23 W0 D2 L21). They’ve lost their last 19 in a row by an aggregate score of 13-51 since a 2-2 draw with Manchester United in November 2013.
- Cardiff have led at half-time in just three Premier League games this season – only two teams have ever done so on fewer occasions in a season; Derby County in 2007-08 (1) and QPR in 2012-13 (2).
- Manchester United have given more players their Premier League debuts in the final match of the season than any other side (11), with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær handing out two debuts in his only previous final day Premier League match as a manager when he was Cardiff boss in 2013-14 (Tom James and Rhys Healey).
- Cardiff boss Neil Warnock has lost all four of his away matches at Old Trafford against Manchester United as a manager in all competitions, losing with Notts County in 1991, Bury in 1998, Sheffield United in 2007 and Crystal Palace in 2014. Ole Gunnar Solskjær scored against Warnock’s Bury side in the League Cup in 1998.
- Man Utd’s Paul Pogba either scored or assisted a goal in nine of his first 11 Premier League games under Ole Gunnar Solskjær, scoring eight goals and providing six assists. Since then, he’s only scored or assisted in one of his nine such appearances (2 goals).
SOUTHAMPTON V HUDDERSFIELD
3pm Huddersfield embarrassed Manchester United last weekend by holding them to draw and with the amount of goals Southampton have conceded recently; they will be hopeful to leave the Premier League on a high today. Southampton really hit form to make themselves safe; however since it has looked like they were easily away from the relegation battle they have almost looks like they are on their summer holidays early. They have conceded ten goals in four games and they have played anyone in the Big Six either – it has come against West Ham, Bournemouth, Watford and Newcastle. It’s difficult to know what to expect from Huddersfield as they have been very poor this season and to be honest they might just want to get today out of the way – however the 1.45 on Southampton looks very short and we’re happy to lay those odds. If Huddersfield can hold Untied to a draw, they can do the same to this Southampton side.
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- Southampton are unbeaten in their last four meetings with Huddersfield in all competitions (W2 D2), winning one and drawing two of their three Premier League games.
- Huddersfield’s last away win against Southampton in any competition was a 2-1 top-flight victory in September 1971, with the Terriers drawing one and losing three since then.
- Southampton have won just one of their last eight final Premier League games of the season (D2 L5), beating Crystal Palace 4-1 in 2015-16.
- Across the last two seasons, Huddersfield Town have lost more Premier League games (47) and conceded more goals (133) than any other top-flight side.
- This will be Southampton’s third match against a side starting the day bottom this season, winning neither of the previous two (0-0 vs Newcastle in October, 2-3 vs Fulham in November).
- The team starting the day bottom of the Premier League on the final day of the season has ended on the winning side in one of the last 13 seasons (W1 D2 L10), though it was Stoke City’s 2-1 win at Swansea City last season.
- Unless they win by 5+ goals, Huddersfield are on course to be just the second side in a 20-team Premier League season to finish with a goal difference of less than -50 after Derby County in 2007-08 (-69).
- Southampton and Huddersfield have each used 30 different players in the Premier League this season, more than any other side. No side has had more different goalscorers (exc. own goals) than Saints (16), while only Fulham (10) have had fewer than Huddersfield (11).
- Shane Long has scored in each of his last three Premier League home games for Southampton – the last player to score in four consecutively at St Mary’s for Saints was James Beattie in April 2003.
- Southampton’s James Ward-Prowse has created the most chances of any player who has yet to provide an assist in the Premier League this season (47).
TOTTENHAM V EVERTON
3pm What a week for Spurs! First, they lose 1-0 with nine men against Bournemouth and then they come from three goals down to reach the Champions League final in Amsterdam. Football is the best game in the world. Despite being very poor and dropped a host of points in the Premier League this season; because Arsenal and United have been so bad they come into this game assured of a Top Four finish unless something crazy happens with the goal difference. This is a very tough final game for Spurs though – Everton have kept a clean sheet in eight of their last ten and that has included games against the likes of Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea. They have been quite impressive towards the end of the season and Spurs will just want to nail down the Top Four spot and move on to the Champions League Final. A quiet game would do just that and with Everton’s record at the back; we can’t see many goals here. Under 2.5 goals is 2.16 and that looks great value – we feel it should be closer to 2.0.
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Under 2.5 goals at 2.0.
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- Tottenham are unbeaten in their last 12 Premier League meetings with Everton (W7 D5), winning each of the last four in a row by an aggregate score of 16-4.
- Everton haven’t won away against Tottenham in the Premier League since November 2008 (1-0), drawing three and losing six since.
- Tottenham have won their final Premier League game of the season in seven of the last eight campaigns, with the exception being a 1-5 loss at Newcastle in 2015-16. Their last three such games have produced a total of 23 goals (1-5 vs Newcastle, 7-1 vs Hull and 5-4 vs Leicester).
- Everton have lost their final Premier League game in each of the last two campaigns, with both of those defeats coming in London (1-3 at Arsenal, 1-3 at West Ham).
- A draw for Tottenham will guarantee them a top-four finish for the fourth consecutive Premier League season; it will be their best such run in the top-flight since a run of five between 1959-60 and 1963-64.
- Everton have kept a clean sheet in eight of their last 10 Premier League games, as many as they had in their previous 32 in the competition.
- Tottenham have lost seven home games in all competitions this season – they last lost more at home in a single campaign in 2007-08 (8).
- Tottenham striker Harry Kane has scored two goals in each of his last four Premier League appearances against Everton – no player has ever scored 2+ goals in five consecutive games against an opponent in the competition (Michael Owen vs Newcastle also four between 1998 and 2001).
- Tottenham’s Christian Eriksen has scored in each of his last three Premier League appearances against Everton – the only side he’s scored in four consecutive games against in the competition are Sunderland.
- Everton’s Theo Walcott has been involved in seven goals in his last eight Premier League games against Spurs (4 goals, 3 assists). In total, he’s had a hand in nine Premier League goals against Tottenham (5 goals, 4 assists), only being involved in more against Newcastle (10).
WATFORD V WEST HAM
3pm We end the day with Watford hosting West Ham in what should be a very close game. It would be fair to say that by now Watford already have one eye on the FA Cup Final against Manchester City – they are without a win in their last three and were easily brushed aside by Chelsea last week. It has to be a factor that players will want to look after themselves and perhaps we could even see the manager rest a player or take some off early here too. West Ham come into the game off the back of two impressive wins – a 3-0 win over Southampton and an away 1-0 victory over Spurs. Watford look very short at 2.28 and we have to lay them at those odds – it’s very hard to see West Ham not making those odds look very short and from a value point of view; the home side are a cracking lay.
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- Following their 2-0 win at the London Stadium in December, Watford are looking to do the league double over West Ham for the very first time.
- West Ham won their first Premier League away game against Watford (2-1 in March 2000) but are winless in their subsequent four top-flight games against them at Vicarage Road (D2 L2).
- Watford haven’t won their final league game of a season since 2011-12 (2-1 vs Middlesbrough), drawing two and losing four since.
- Watford have conceded in each of their last 11 Premier League games, the longest current run without a clean sheet in the competition.
- After a run of four Premier League games without a win, West Ham have won their last two without conceding. They last won three in a row while keeping a clean sheet in each in February 2014 under Sam Allardyce.
- West Ham have only won one of their last nine Premier League away games (D1 L7), though it was last time out against Tottenham.
- Victory for Watford will guarantee them their first top-half finish in a top-flight campaign since they finished ninth in 1986-87.
- West Ham’s Michail Antonio has scored more league goals against Watford than he has against any other side in his career (6).
- Marko Arnautovic bagged a brace in his last Premier League game to take his tally to nine for the season. If he scores here he’ll be the first West Ham player to reach double figures in consecutive Premier League campaigns since Carlton Cole in 2008-09/2009-10.
- No Watford player has been involved in more home Premier League goals this season than Andre Gray (7; 5 goals, 2 assists). Indeed, he’s had a hand in six goals in his last six league games at Vicarage Road for the Hornets.
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