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Southampton vs Watford – FA Cup: Southampton and Watford play this Saturday afternoon at St Mary’s, on a match of the FA Cup’s 16th finals.

Southampton occupies the 18th place of the Premier League with 22 points conquered, thanks to a record of 4 wins, 10 draws and 10 losses.

When it comes to goals, the Saints count with 24 goals scored and 35 goals conceded, which results on an average of 2.5 goals per match.

Their record at home has been weak, with the team only getting 3 wins on the 13 rounds they’ve played at the St. Mary’s. The Saints’ moment of form is very negative, only having 1 win on the last 12 matches they played.

On the previous round, the team led by Pellegrino has eliminated Fulham with a 1-0 win.

Watford is in 10th place of the league table, with 26 points conquered, having 7 wins, 5 draws and 12 losses. When it comes to goals, the Hornets count with 33 goals scored and 44 goals conceded, presenting that way an average of 3.2 goals per match.

Their away record is positive, being the 8th team who has the most points conquered playing as visitors.

The moment of form of the team now led by Javi Garcia is equally negative, with the team only getting 1 win on the last 5 matches they’ve played. On the previous round, Watford has eliminated Bristol with a 3-0 victory.

Southampton vs Watford – Betting Tip and Prediction:

For this match, I see a lot of value on the “Both teams to score” market, analysing what were Southampton’s last 6 matches at home, we can easily see the trend of goals being scored by both teams.

Saints and Hornets have two of the worst defences of the competition, but they have some quality on the attack,

so it shouldn’t be weird to see both of them being at the top 3 of the teams with higher percentage of “Both teams to score” in the Premier League.

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Both teams to score

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