Our football match prediction:
Out-of-sorts Hull City will be looking to put an end to their five-game losing run in the Premier League when they square off against Watford at Vicarage Road Stadium. The Tigers have been struggling to find their form of late and seeing that the Hornets seem to be at the top of their game at the moment, home win appears on the horizon. Watford are undefeated in previous three league matches and they totally deserve to sit in the top half of the table ahead of Matchday 10. Isaac Success has been producing fine displays in recent weeks, meaning that the opposition defenders should have him at bay in Saturday’s football match. In their last meeting in a competitive match Watford recorded a hard-fought 1-0 win over Hull City and we predict that history is going to repeat itself. Taking everything into account, the Tigers are unlikely to spoil Watford’s party at Vicarage Road Stadium.
Highlighted Player (Troy 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 (Hull City):
Hull City are a professional football club that was founded back in 1904. The Tigers used to play their home games at Boothferry Park, but they moved to the KC Stadium in 2002. The stadium capacity is 24,450. Hull impressed in the 2015/2016 Championship campaign and, as a result, they returned to the English Premier League. Hull City fans consider Leeds United their main rivals, but Sheffield United are regarded as Hull’s fierce rivals as well. Steve Bruce took over the reins at the club in 2012 and the experienced tactician helped the team book a place in the 2013/2014 FA Cup final, but Arsenal proved to be a big catch for the Tigers in the title decider. Hull City finished the 2013/2014 Premier League campaign in 16th place in the standings to achieve their highest ever top flight finish. It has to be noted that Curtis Davies was named the team’s player of the year in the 2013/2014 season.