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Hornets to put final nail in Fulham’s coffin

Hornets to put final nail in Fulham’s coffin


Watford may have one eye on Sunday’s FA Cup semi-final against Wolves but they should still be too strong for dismal Fulham who will be relegated if they lose Tuesday’s match.

The Cottagers’ campaign has been appalling – they have picked up just two points from a possible 48 on their travels and conceded 72 goals in their 32 matches.

They have lost 11 of the 12 games they have played since the turn of the year and let in at least two goals in each of them.

Watford to win 3-0 @ 10/1

Aleksandar Mitrovic, who missed Saturday’s 2-0 home defeat to Manchester City with a stomach problem, is a doubt for the game and without the Serbian it is difficult to see where Fulham’s goals will come from.

The Hornets will be pleased to be playing at Vicarage Road as eight of their last 11 Premier League games have been away from home.

Javi Gracia’s team have a great chance to finish seventh as five of their remaining seven matches are at home where they are unbeaten in their last four games.

Watford drew 1-1 at Craven Cottage earlier in the campaign but can stroll to an easy victory against their woeful opponents. Gracia looks set to rotate his squad so it may be worth taking a punt on Isaac Success to score the first goal at 11/2.

Manchester United to win by one goal @ 43/20

Just over a fortnight since being beaten 2-1 by Wolves in the FA Cup, Manchester United return to Molineux to take on Nuno Espirito Santo’s inconsistent side.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team have claimed 11 victories in their last 14 Premier League fixtures and they can keep their top-four push on track by winning Tuesday’s match.

Wolves appeared to be thinking about this weekend’s Wembley date when they lost at relegation-threatened Burnley on Saturday and they have also contrived to lose twice to rock-bottom Huddersfield this season.

On the other side of the coin they have beaten Chelsea and Tottenham this term as well as drawing 1-1 at Old Trafford in September.

However, the momentum is with Solskjaer’s team who can edge a tight match. A draw at half time and United victory after 90 minutes can be backed at 7/2.

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