Two sides right next to each other in the Championship table meet on Wednesday as Watford face West Bromwich Albion.
Watford currently sit 12th in the EFL Championship with two wins, two draws and two losses from their first six league games of the season.
The Hornets have had a mixed start to the campaign which, in all honesty, is not unexpected given their frequent inability to make good on promise.
After battering Queens Park Rangers 4-0 on the opening weekend, Watford embarked upon a concerning five-match winless run but finally broke that streak with a 2-0 win over Birmingham City this past weekend.
Two late goals from Mileta Rajović (90+1') and Ryan Andrews (90+6') sealed the three points against ten-man Birmingham in what had been a tightly contested encounter.
They will have felt aggrieved at having only claimed a point in the 3-3 draw at Coventry in the game prior so many would argue this result was coming given hey'd just delivered a strong performance.
The win over Birmingham did not come easy and they had to fight until the death, but the level of persistence they showed was commendable and they'll be hoping they're now on the up.
Manager Valérien Ismaël has impressed many within the club and talk of a new contract has even been floated around this week which would be a huge show of confidence from those in power at the club.
Watford have been strong on their own patch in the league this season having taken seven points from four games so far so they'll feel confident of taking all three points from this one too.
West Bromwich Albion currently sit 13th in the EFL Championship with two wins, two draws and two losses from their first six league games of the season.
The Baggies have had a fairly underwhelming start to the campaign having been tipped by many to kick on and push for a play-off spot this season following a poor end to last season.
They're coming into this game amidst a mixed run off form having won two, drawn two and lost one of their last five matches, the most recent of which was a 0-0 draw away at Bristol City.
The draw in Bristol means they've now only taken only one point from their last two games so they're coming into this one in need of a win.
They have just two draws and two defeats from their four away game in all competitions this season so this will likely be a tough game for Carlos Corberán's side.
For our Watford vs. West Brom prediction, we're going for a 1-0 win for the home side.