Our football match prediction:
Watford were on the verge of shocking Chelsea on Matchday 2, but the Blues eventually picked up all three points from the game. The Hornets face fellow capital club Arsenal on day 3 of the new Premier League campaign and they will certainly leave their hearts on the field once again. Arsenal suffered a 4-3 loss to Liverpool in the opening match of the season and after sharing the spoils with Leicester City at the weekend, the Gunners are desperate to record their first win of the season in Saturday’s football match against Watford. Olivier Giroud should be recalled to the starting line-up and no doubt Arsene Wenger’s troops should look much sharper in front of goal this time out. Arsenal are hungry for a win and, taking everything into account, we predict that the last season’s runners-up are going to beat the Hornets at Vicarage Road Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Highlighted Player (Sinclair):
Jerome Sinclair is an English footballer who plays for Watford. The youngster usually operates as a striker and he started his professional career at Liverpool in 2012. After ending his loan spell with Wigan Athletic in 2015, Jerome Sinclair signed a deal with Watford for a fee of £4 million on 30 June, 2016. The rising star has five caps for the England U17 team and he scored one goal for the Three Lions youth team. Jerome Sinclair was born on 20 September, 1996 in the city of Birmingham and it has to be noted that on 26 September 2012 he broke Jack Robinson’s record as Liverpool’s youngest ever player. He was 16 years and 6 days old when he came off the bench during the League Cup clash between Liverpool and West Bromwich Albion. Jerome Sinclair has netted a total of 22 goals for Liverpool youth teams, while finding the net for the senior team in the 2015/2016 FA Cup campaign as well.
Highlighted Team (Arsenal):
Arsenal are regarded as one of the best English teams. The Gunners have won 12 FA Cup trophies, 13 league titles and two League Cups, but they have yet to lift the Champions League trophy. Arsene Wenger’s team were on the verge of beating Barcelona in the Champions League final back in 2006, but they eventually failed to win the prestigious title. Arsenal used to play their homes at Highbury, but in 2006 they moved to the Emirates Stadium. The capacity of the stadium is 60,260. The Gunners won their last Premier League trophy back in 2004, with the capital club going through the season without a single loss. The likes of Thierry Henry, Denis Bergkamp and Robert Pires were part of the team back then, but Arsenal have not won the league trophy ever since. Arsenal was founded by Woolwich munitions workers as Dial Square back in 1886. It is well known that Tottenham Hotspur are Arsenal’s fiercest rivals and there have always been fireworks when the two local rivals meet in the North London derby.