Tottenham v Watford Predictions & Betting Odds – 19th October 2019

Spurs to get three points against the Hornets

Tottenham v Watford Betting Tips – Premier League, 19th October 3.00pm

Watford are stuck to the foot of the table without a win still. This is not going to be an easy game for them either against one of the big six. But Spurs are having their problems with form, having already lost three times this season. If they lose this then you would have to wonder how long Mauricio Pochettino will stick around. Read our predictions for Tottenham v Watford.

Tottenham v Watford Betting Odds*

1 X 2
2/5 15/4 6/1

Premier League Betting at Bet365

Tottenham News and Form – Will Spurs pick up three points against Watford?

Spurs do have some home form going in the Premier League as they have won their last two home fixtures. They have gone W3 L1 in total at their new stadium in this season’s top flight. Their poor away form along with Champions League misfires has been what has been putting a lot of pressure on them. They are basically sat in a situation now where they can’t afford for their EPL home form to desert them.

0-0 HT Score


Certainly not when it comes to facing the bottom side in the division. Tottenham have tallied nine goals in their four league home fixtures this season. Their one home loss happened against Newcastle, in a shock reverse. The defence of Tottenham has not been on point as it has been in previous seasons. There has only been one clean sheet earned by them, which came in their home success over Crystal Palace.

All of Tottenham’s Premier League games except one have finished over 2.5 goals this season. Over 2.5 goals has actually cropped up now in 8 of Tottenham’s last 9 Premier League games. They have lost the first-choice keeper Hugo Lloris through injury until next year, but they will have the return of Serge Aurier from suspension in this one. After losing 3-0 at Brighton in their last Premier League game, Spurs need a win. Harry Kane has scored in three of Tottenham’s last four league games.

Tottenham v Watford Head to Head

Spurs and Watford traded 2-1 home win last season in the league
Watford have won one of their last 16 against Spurs in all competitions
Both teams have scored in four of the last five meetings
Spurs have won all six previous EPL home games against Watford

Key-Facts – Tottenham v Watford

  • Watford are still winless for this campaign
  • Tottenham have earned back to back EPL home wins
  • The Hornets are winless in 12 EPL fixtures


Watford News and Form – Can Watford earn first league win?

Still, no win has appeared for Watford in this season’s Premier League. They are rooted to the foot of the table. They got themselves a point in their last fixture, from a 0-0 home draw against Sheffield United. Truth be told, Watford should be winning games like that if they want to get out of the relegation zone. The Hornets are D3 L5 this season in the EPL and they have now failed to score in any of their last three league outings.

The Hornets have scored in only three of their eight league games in this campaign. Out on the road, they have scored just one from four games. At the other end of things, Watford have conceded at an average of 2.5 goals this season. Watford have also been losing at half time in 3 of their 4 away games. In total, the Hornets are on a 12 match winless run of form.

Looking back to last season as well, Watford have suffered a loss in seven of their last nine Premier League games (W1 D1). They have scored in only one of their last five away from Vicarage Road. There is just no place in their statistics which makes for good reading. Watford have conceded the opening goal in 6 of 8 matches this season, are the lowest scoring side in the division and have the second-worst defensive record.

Tottenham v Watford Tips & Odds

Spurs to win by a 1 goal margin at 13/5
Draw/Spurs HT/FT at 3/1
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on August 29th, 2019 at 6:35 p.m.)

Tottenham v Watford Predictions

Tottenham to win: Spurs can’t afford to fail in this one and they probably won’t. Watford are not likely to offer a huge threat and there are still a lot of issues for them to sort out at the back. They may come back fresh from the break and be able to stick in there until half time, but Spurs should prevail.