Watford are in the last chance saloon now with nine points between them and their opponents who sit in 17th. Burnley need to keep the results going as their is just two points between them and Everton in 18th.
The hosts have lost each of their last four and have taken just four points from their last nine games. Since the sacking of Sean Dyche it has been seven points from three fixtures for the Lancashire outfit.
At home, the Hornets have been awful losing each of their last ten and explains why they are in so much trouble. On the road, the Clarets have lost just two of their last six but managed to take all three points just once this season.
Goals tend to be a feature of Watford games with six of their last seven going over 2.5 goals and the one that did not still featuring two goals. It is back-to-back clean sheets for Burnley and none of their last four have gone over 2.5 goals.
Emmanuel Dennis is the only Watford player to have got into double figures with ten for the campaign. Wout Weghorst is finally finding some form with a goal and an assist in his last three.
Watford vs Burnley: Match Stats
The decision to replace Sean Dyche was not a popular one but the caretaker regime of Mike Jackson and Ben Mee have found a way to get more from Wout Weghorst. The striker looked isolated under Sean Dyche but has had at least one shot on target in each of his last three games and looks good at evens in a Sky Bet enhancement to do the same here.
James Tarkowski had a good chance from a set-piece last weekend and it is a clear routine worked on in training. He has been boosted to a massive 28/1 with Sky Bet to score from a header and this looks worth taking.