Our football match prediction:
Watford have endured mixed fortunes at the beginning of the new 2016-17 season, but have seemingly managed to find their form with back-to-back impressive wins at West Ham (4-2) and at home against Manchester United (3-1). Walter Mazzarri’s men did well enough to stun the heavily reinforced Red Devils and were supposed to use the momentum and self-confidence to continue down the winning path. They still ended up snapping the mini-run with a 2-0 defeat at Burnley on Monday, so the game against Bournemouth will have huge significance for the mid-table side. On their own end, Bournemouth are coming off from a morale-boosting win over Everton and Eddie Howe’s side now have a good opportunity to fight for successive triumphs for the first time this season. Meetings between the two sides are often closely-competed affairs and we predict another close-cut competition.
Highlighted Player (Deeney):
Troy Deeney started his professional career in 2006 at Walsall. The prolific attacker scored 27 goals in 123 appearances for the club and in 2010 he went on to sign a contract with Watford. He joined the Hornets for a fee of £500,000 and it has to be noted that he scored only two goals for the team in the 2010/2011 Championship campaign. However, as time went by he was raising his form and in the 2014/2015 the English attacker scored 21 goals for Watford and helped the team secure promotion to the Premier League. Troy Deeney was playing an important role in Quique Sanchez Flores’ team on their return to the English top flight and he bagged no fewer than 13 goals in the 2015/2016 season. Deeney was born in Birmingham, West Midlands, on 29 June, 1988 and he has two children, Myles, a son, and a daughter Amelia. His brother Ellis is a football player as well, but he plays as a midfielder. The striker has also spent some time in prison, but has since seriously improved his behaviour.
Highlighted Team (Bournemouth):
Bournemouth are a professional football club that was formed back in 1890. The Cherries secured promotion to the Premier League in the 2015/2016 season, with the team making it to the English top flight for the first time ever. Bournemouth play their home games at Dean Court and the capacity of the stadium is 11,469. The Cherries enjoyed a very successful season on their Premier League debut, with the team beating the likes of Chelsea and Manchester United in the national championship. Glenn Murray scored the winner for Bournemouth in the 1-0 win over the capital club at Stamford Bridge and that is probably the greatest victory in the club’s history. Bournemouth have been participating in the FA Cup since 1913, but they have yet to win the trophy in the prestigious competition. It has to be noted that the club’s original name Boscombe Athletic Football Club was changed to Bournemouth back in 1923 as the club owners wanted the Cherries to be more representative of the district.