Watford, unbeaten in three games, host Leicester City on Tuesday evening hoping to edge even further away from the relegation zone.
Just over two months ago Watford were only a point above the bottom three, but their draw at struggling Nottingham Forest last time out saw them extend that gap to an impressive twelve points.
The Hornets are 2/1 to grab a third win in four games, with the draw at 21/10 and the away win at 27/20.
The visitors, who were pre-season favourites to secure a return to the Premier League, are slowly but surely climbing towards a play-off position.
If games were only 45 minutes long, Watford would be sitting pretty in fourth place – only the top two teams in the division and Barnsley have led at the interval more times.
Jermaine Beckford and David Nugent grabbed the goals in a 2-0 victory for the Foxes in the reverse of this fixture back in October and it could be that Leicester’s resurgence helps them take all three points this evening.
With Leicester scoring exactly two goals in four of their last five games, you might be tempted by the goal bet market. The visitors are priced at a generous 10/1 to repeat that 2-0 score line.
Meanwhile, if games were only 45 minutes long, Watford would be sitting pretty in fourth place – only the top two teams in the division and Barnsley have led at the interval more times.
However, Watford have only managed to hold on for the win in six of the eleven fixtures they have been ahead at the interval.
With Watford’s first half strength in mind, a draw/Leicester win at half time/full time makes sense at odds of 19/4.
Punters who use their free £25 bet would see a return of £143.75 if they correctly back that outcome.
And for those who fancy an outside bet, a Watford/Leicester half time/full time run of play is available at 33/1.
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