Watford

11th Premier League | 5-6-3
  • Goals For
    10th
    18 GF
  • Assists
    8th
    13 GA
  • Shots
    14th
    110 Shots
  • Saves
    9th
    40 SAV
  • Premier League Preview: Arsenal vs. Stoke City
    ProSoccerTalk4 hours ago

    Premier League Preview: Arsenal vs. Stoke City

    Arsenal has won last 14 matches against Stoke Gunners are currently unbeaten in last 13 PL fixtures Stoke has gone unbeaten in eight of last nine matches Arsenal looks to remain hot on Saturday as the Gunners host Stoke City (10 a.m. ET, NBCSN and streaming via NBC Sports Live) from the Emirates Stadium. The Gunners remain in contention at the summit of the Premier League as Arsene Wenger‘s side sits second behind league leaders Chelsea on 31 points. In addition to Arsenal’s recent success in the PL, the Gunners have progressed to the final 16 in the UEFA Champions League as well, making 2016/17 a potentially strong year for the London side. Alexis Sanchez continues to lead the way for the Gunners

  • Everton’s trip to Watford crucial to the direction of their season
    Royal Blue Mersey

    Everton’s trip to Watford crucial to the direction of their season

    Everton stand on the brink of the busiest period of the season still scratching around for form and inspiration. Saturday’s trip to Watford marks the start of a run of five games in 21 days, including daunting fixtures against Arsenal and Liverpool, yet the Toffees dive head first into the festive season on a run of just one win in nine matches. Last weekend’s draw with Manchester United provided some positives, not least the reaction of the players in the final 25 minutes. But news of a serious injury to Yannick Bolasie that could keep the forward out for more than year has cast a shadow over preparations for the trip to Vicarage Road. It presents another selection headache for Ronald Koeman,

  • Strootman has 2-match ban for Rome derby melee lifted
    ProSoccerTalk5 hours ago

    Strootman has 2-match ban for Rome derby melee lifted

    ROME (AP) Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman has had a two-match ban lifted on appeal, clearing him to play key matches against AC Milan and Juventus. Strootman had been banned for instigating a melee after scoring during Sunday’s Rome derby. After the goal and an extended celebration, words appeared to be exchanged as Roma’s players walked back onto the field alongside Lazio’s bench. Strootman appeared to toss water from a bottle at Lazio’s Danilo Cataldi, who reacted by tugging the neck of Strootman’s shirt as the Netherlands midfielder walked away. That prompted both benches to get involved. Cataldi, who had been on the bench, was given a red card while Strootman was shown a yellow. The two-match