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Watford put a spirited showing at Anfield last weekend but in the end found the Merseysiders too much going down 2-0. Leeds continued their recent good form with a 1-1 draw at home to Southampton.
It is just four points from the last six for Watford which means they three points from safety with eight games remaining for them. Leeds are unbeaten in their last three taking seven points from those games.
At Vicarage Road, the Hornets are without a victory in eight but have faced five of the top seven in this run. Away from home, United have won just two of their last 11 but did win 3-2 at Wolves in their last road trip.
Four of the last five Watford matches have gone over 2.5 goals with their last four in front of their own fans producing a total of 15. Each of the last three for the Yorkshire outfit and five of seven have gone over 2.5 goals.
Mo Sissoko enjoys home comforts with two goals from his last three appearances at Vicarage Road. Jack Harrison is finding form at the right time for Leeds and has two in his last three.
Watford vs Leeds:Match Stats
The Yorkshire outfit have done well to take seven points from their last three games but they have ridden their luck at times in this spell. The gap between the two is small and with home advantage the Hornets appeal to win this one.
Both teams to score has happened in six of the last nine Watford fixtures including each of their last two. The last three Leeds matches have also seen both teams find the back of the net so combine this with a home victory for extra value.
The reverse fixture came on the 2nd October when both sides were under different management with Leeds winning that one 1-0. Prior to that defeat Watford were unbeaten in their previous five meetings with Watford.