Watford did surprise at the beginning of the season, so they are considered one of the dark horse teams in the premier league event. Now, on the 7th matchdays this weekend, Nuno Esprito Santo’s team will be a challenge for Arsenal. Yes, a meeting between these two teams will take place on Saturday night (29/09) local time at Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal’s direction from Unai Emery can be said to be in a very positive trend at the moment, with 5 consecutive wins in all the events they achieved. Yes, the Gunners seem quite promising under the direction of Arsene Wenger’s successor. But, once again, they will face Watford, which in fact also recorded positive results at the start of the season. A good news for Arsenal is the match will take place at their own home.
As we said, Watford performed quite well at the beginning of this season, they even ranked in 4th place in the standings thanks to their 13 points in the collection of 6 matches that have taken place. Last weekend against Manchester United at Old Trafford, Nuno Esprito Santos’s team managed to pick one point.
Head to head Matches – Arsenal vs Watford
11.03.18 Arsenal 3-0 Watford
14.10.17 Watford 2-1 Arsenal
01.02.17 Arsenal 1-2 Watford
27.08.16 Watford 1-3 Arsenal
02.04.16 Arsenal 4-0 Watford
Arsenal’s Last 5 Matches
23.09.18 Arsenal 2-0 Everton
21.09.18 Arsenal 4-2 Vorskla Poltava
15.09.18 Newcastle 1-2 Arsenal
02.09.18 Cardiff 2-3 Arsenal
25.08.18 Arsenal 3-1 West Ham
Watford’s Last 5 Matches
22.09.18 Fulham 1- 1 Watford
15.09.18 Watford 1-2 Manchester United
02.09.18 Watford 2-1 Tottenham
30.08.18 Reading 0-2 Watford
26.08.18 Watford 2-1 Crystal Palace
Arsenal: Petr Cech, Héctor Bellerín, Laurent Koscielny, Nacho Monreal, Shkodran Mustafi, Mesut Ozil, Granit Xhaka, Aaron Ramsey, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Alexandre Lacazette, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Watford: Ben Foster, Daryl Janmaat, Craig Cathcart, Christian Kabasele, Adam Masina, Etienne Capoue, Will Hughes, Gerard Deulofeu, Roberto Pereyra, Ken Sema, Andre Gray