Claudio Ranieri will oversee his first game as the new Hornets boss for Saturday’s tie, following the sacking of Xisco Munoz just seven games into the season which came after the defeat away to Leeds United two weeks ago.
Now, with just one win in their last five league games - three of which ended in defeat - it's hard to see how Ranieri gets Watford off to a flyer in his first game back in the Premier League here.
As for the visitors, they are still yet to face defeat in the Premier League this season with 15 points from their seven league fixtures. They sit a point below league leaders Chelsea following the huge clash last time out, which saw them share the spoils with Manchester City at Anfield.
Mo Salah scored one of, if not the goal of the 2022, in that battle of the heavyweights two weeks ago with a majestic solo strike. It takes the Egyptian’s tally to six league goals so far, putting him top of the Golden Boot standings and he is priced at 1/1 to have 1+ shot on target at Vicarage Road, and he won't just do that, but likely score too.