Norwich vs Watford Predictions & Betting Odds – 8th November 2019

Norwich vs Watford Betting Tips – Premier League, 8th November 8.00pm

Both Norwich and Watford are looking in massive trouble down in the relegation zone. Watford are still without a win this season and start two points adrift of Norwich. Three points for either wouldn’t be enough to move out of the drop zone with. But this is still a big chance for one of them to end a miserable winless streak of form. Read our predictions for Norwich vs Watford.

Norwich vs Watford Betting Odds*

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31/20 11/4 29/20

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Norwich vs Watford Live Stats & Betting Odds

Norwich News and Form – Can the Canaries beat Watford?

It is a six-match winless streak of form that Norwich are currently on after losing 2-0 at Brighton last weekend. This season has become a very tough grind for them. One point from their last six games is all that Norwich have managed to take. They failed to hit the back of the net in four of those six games. Norwich have taken a W2 D0 L3 record at home this season in the league, so at least can lean on the fact that they have tasted success at Carrow Road.

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The Canaries have conceded at least 2 goals in all but one of their last 9 league games, and that is really where they are falling down. Their defence is a huge problem. All of Norwich’s home league games this season have gone over 3.5 goals. Norwich have conceded at an average of 2.8 goals per game at Carrow Road. They are on the search for their first home clean sheet.

Southampton are the only team to have conceded more league goals than Norwich have done this season. In their last two home games, Norwich have conceded a total of eight goals. This has to be a winnable game on home soil for them because if they don’t take opportunities like this, survival is going to be tough. The Canaries have scored at least two goals in 7 of their last 8 games against Watford in all competitions.

Norwich vs Watford Head to Head

Norwich and Watford are meeting for the first time since the 2015/16 season
The Canaries have won three of the last four league meetings (L1)
The two traded home wins in the 2015/16 EPL season
Six of the last seven meetings have gone over 2.5 goals
Watford have won just one of the last six meetings in all competitions (D1 L4)

Key-Facts – Norwich vs Watford

  • Watford are winless in 15 league games
  • Norwich’s two league wins this season have happened at Carrow Road
  • The Hornets have scored only two away goals this season


Watford News and Form – Can Watford beat Norwich?

Watford are still looking for that first win of the season. They have banked a D2 L3 record so far on their travels. They did manage to deliver a very good point in a 1-1 draw at Tottenham in their last road game. Three points from their trip to Carrow Road would lift them off the bottom of the table, leaving them one point clear of Norwich. Defeat, and an already dire situation would look even worse.

They are already six points away from safety heading into the weekend. So either way, there is a long road to safety for them. They have badly struggled in front of goal this season. It has been only six goals delivered by Watford in this entire campaign from eleven games played. Out on the road, they have netted just two goals in five.

The Hornets have conceded at an average of 2.6 goals per road fixture this season. None of their away games have gone over 2.5 goals and Watford have yet to claim an away clean sheet. The Hornets have also been trailing at the break in three of their five road games. In total, including games from the end of last season, Watford are now without a win in fifteen Premier League matches.

Norwich vs Watford Tips & Odds

Norwich to win at 31/20
Over 2.5 goals at 4/6
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on November 6th, 2019 at 1:59 p.m.)

Norwich vs Watford Predictions

Norwich to win: This is a scrap between two teams who are in some poor form. Norwich look the more likely of the two to pick up a victory, courtesy of having more to offer in attack. Because of Watford’s lack of goal scoring threat, the home win looks a good option.