Will Arsenal's poor record against Watford continue when they meet on Sunday? Opta presents their statistical verdict.
After winning their first seven Premier League games against Watford, Arsenal have lost their last two against the Hornets in the competition. Watford are 7.60 to win.
In all competitions, Watford have won two of their last three games at the Emirates, and have won four of their last seven away at Arsenal (L3). Watford are 6.00 in the Draw No Bet market.
Watford could become only the third side to win back-to-back away Premier League games at the Emirates, after Chelsea in November 2009 and Swansea in March 2016. They are 3.00 Double Chance.
The Gunners haven't failed to score in any of their last 11 games against Watford in all competitions. Over 2.5 goals is 1.55.
Since beating Arsenal 2-1 in January 2017, Watford have lost their last six Premier League games in London, conceding 17 goals in that run. Over 3.5 goals is 2.32.
Arsenal have conceded in each of their last 11 Premier League games. They last had a longer run without a top-flight clean sheet between April and October 1988 (12 games). Both teams to score is 1.67.
Meanwhile, the north Londoners have also lost their last three Premier League games, last losing four in a row back in March 1995 under Stewart Houston. The draw half-time/Watford full-time double result is 17.00.
Watford have won their last two Premier League games, last winning three in a row in December 2015 (a run of four). They are 18.00 to win half-time/full-time.
Troy Deeney has scored the winning goal in both of those wins, with the scoreline being 1-0 both times. Deeney is 3.60 to find the net.
Alex Iwobi has scored in both of his home league appearances against Watford. Indeed, against no Premier League side has he scored more goals than he has vs the Hornets (2, same as Crystal Palace). Iwobi is 3.60 to score.