Prediction: Micheal Owen key stats on Arsenal vs Watford game today

Prediction: Micheal Owen key stats on Arsenal vs Watford game today… Michael Owen’s prediction is backing Arsenal to win 3-1 victory against Watford at The Emirates on Sunday afternoon at 3:00 p.m. today.

The Gunners are fully set to add a point to its Premier League table as they take on Watford this afternoon to maintain their excellent form in the Premier League over the past couple of months after bouncing back from a difficult start to the season.

No doubt, Arsenal have improved after escaping relegation this new season with a good performance in their last seven Premier League games to hoist themselves into the top half of the table and prompt talk of a top-four challenge.

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Meanwhile, Mikel Arteta said, that in the Premier League, PL last weekend over the 2-0 victory over Leicester City at the King Power Stadium, thanks to Gabriel and Emile Smith for their fantastic goals that add to Arsenal points in the EPL table.

Arsenal is set to take on Watford this afternoon that have lost three of their games under Claudio Ranieri.

Owen, who is a former Liverpool striker, said that;

“After a thrilling win at Goodison two weeks ago, Watford and Claudio Ranieri came back down to earth with a home defeat to Southampton. They have a difficult run of fixtures looming and will need points soon.

“I can’t see anything, but an Arsenal win here. They’ve been in good form, and I can see them scoring a few goals as well. I’m going for 3-1.”

Arsenal has been maintaining its fixture after a run of 11 victories in 14 games between the two London sides.

Although, Arteta warned his Arsenal players not to underestimate Watford despite the north London side’s excellent record in the derby.

“Every game is different, they have a new manager, a team that needs wins as we do and in this league any team can cause you problems, can beat you, and you always have to be aware of that.”

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