The champions are in action on Saturday, with Manchester City travelling to Vicarage Road in the 5:30pm kick-off.
Pep Guardiola’s side can make it seven wins in a row in all competition, as they strive to retain their title, and in reality, nobody is stopping them right now. With Chelsea and Liverpool playing earlier in the day, it could see City needing a win to keep chase at the top of the table.
The Citizens are second going into the weekend’s games, one point adrift of the Blues and just one point ahead of the Reds and they love playing the Watford, having never been beaten in the Premier League by the Hornets.
The past three meetings in all competitions between these two have resulted in City wins with an aggregate score of 18-0.