The European football season we all wait for is back, and with it comes the great Premier League.
Speaking of Watford, they will be without several players, Troy Deeney, including their best striker last year. But, the injury problems are not the reason Watford is a gigantic underdog in this game. This means is that Coutinho will be accessible for Liverpool's first game of the season. This is a superb news because of their supervisor Jurgen Klopp, who can't count. Apart from Lallana Nathaniel Clyne is unavailable, although the rest of the team appear fit and ready. If you have a peek at their stats from the season, you may see that Watford barely avoided relegation. They were also devastating when playing against large teams, such as Liverpool. Although they played on their turf time, it does not indicate it's going to be a big benefit in the Saturday's game. Why? Because Liverpool were impressive when in off matches! Liverpool are in the news a lot lately, mostly cause of the move rumors surrounding their playmaker. The Brazilian is reportedly a significant transfer goal of Barcelona, who are ready to pay 110 million pounds for the transfer over. Whether Liverpool will take the deal or not, remains the matter. 1 thing is certain - the transfer will not occur this weekend
Prediction: So my Betting Prediction for this match is AWAY WIN.
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