Our football match prediction:
Thanks to back-to-back wins over the likes of West Bromwich Albion and Brighton Arsenal climbed to fifth place in the standings, but they need to keep on raising their form if they are to stay in the race for the title. The Gunners are after their fifth consecutive clean sheet in the Premier League and the good news for the fans is that key player Alexis Sanchez has been in a fine form of late. “El Nino Maravilloso” helped Chile defeat Ecuador in the World Cup qualifier and all eyes will be on him when Arsenal face Watford at Vicarage Road Stadium. Arsene Wenger’s troops regain a much-needed confidence and we predict that they will give fans yet another reason for celebration on Saturday evening. The Hornets were more than fortunate not to suffer a loss to WBA at the Hawthorns (2-2) as they scored the equalizer in the dying seconds of the match and, taking everything into account, they are unlikely to upset the star-studded capital club.
Highlighted Player (Tom Cleverley):
Tom Cleverley started his youth career at Bradford City, but, at the age of 11 he joined Manchester United football academy. The 175-cm-tall midfielder made a great progress during his spell with the Old Trafford outfit and it has to be noted that he made his first-team debut with the Red Devils in a 3-2 win over Manchester City in the 2011 Community Shield. Cleverley, who played for the likes of Leicester City, Watford, Wigan and Aston Villa on loan, scored three goals in 55 appearances in the league for Man Utd and in the summer of 2015 he signed a five-year deal with Everton. The midfielder scored two goals in 32 appearances in the league for the Toffees and he spent the second half of the 2016/2017 season on loan at Watford. On March 31, 2017 Tom Cleverley signed a permanent five-year deal with the Hornets for an undisclosed fee. Speaking of his international career, the Watford footballer made his England debut in a 2-1 win over Italy on August 15, 2012. Cleverly was born in Basingstoke, England on August 12, 1989.
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.