Watford Betting News & Previews

Watford Betting News
Phelan favourite for Wigan job

Holloway the other strong candidate

Published : 03/12/13 07:28 AM
Unbeaten Wigan 249/1 for Europa League

Spurs remain favourites after win in Russia

Published : 04/10/13 07:13 AM
Martinez 9/1 for August manager of the month

11/4 to leave Goodison Park before end of season.

Published : 05/06/13 14:40 PM
Martinez 13/8 for Everton job after Wigan's relegation

Arsenal 4/11 to claim fourth spot ahead of Spurs.

Published : 15/05/13 09:50 AM
Wigan odds-on for FA Cup relegation double

Latics now 1/40 for relegation.

Published : 13/05/13 12:32 PM
Martinez favourite to replace Moyes

Wigan boss odds-on for Everton post.

Published : 09/05/13 09:14 AM
Wigan's relegation odds slashed

Latics survival hopes on the drift.

Published : 22/04/13 09:17 AM
Stoke cut in relegation scrap

Potters on the slide as threat of relegation looms.

Published : 15/04/13 09:51 AM
German firm favourites for goal line technology contract

GoalControl favourties for Premier League deal.

Published : 09/04/13 13:28 PM
Wigan 8/1 for cup glory and relegation misery

Latics cut to 5/1 for FA Cup following favourable draw.

Published : 11/03/13 10:44 AM

Manager: Marco Silva

Full Name: WatfordFootball Club

Nickname: The Hornets

Stadium: Vicarage Road

Capacity: 21,438

Chairman: Scott Duxbury

Owner: Gino Pozzo

Watford Betting Info

The Hornets have history in the Premier League, but not until the Pozzo family took over the Hertfordshire club did they truly have a direction. Now, they are an established Premier League side who look ready to take the next step and contend further up the table.

Marco Silva seriously impressed during his brief and almost impossible spell with Hull last season and he could not spare them relegation to the Championship. However, he did pull off some stunning results for the club and showed that he could bring his continental flair to the Premier League.

So what next for Watford? A midtable finish would be sensible betting and perhaps a bit of a cup run, but anything else would be purely speculative at this point. They really shouldn't be involved in the relegation scrap, though.