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The newly crowed Champions, Manchester City showed the mental resilience needed to become Premier League champions last weekend when they faced off against Brighton in a must-win match.
And Glenn Murray put them a goal behind in the first half, but Pep Guardiola’s squad of champions were undeterred
hitting back almost instantly through Sergio Aguero and bagging another 10 minutes later.
Two more followed in the second half, resulting in a 4-1 win that saw them retain the trophy.
It may not be the quadruple they were hoping for, but it will be an historic achievement for The Citizens nonetheless.
It’s not all been plain sailing for Manchester City in the FA Cup though
despite them opening their involvement in the competition with a 7-0 win over Rotherham and a 5-0 thrashing of Burnley.
They were rather fortunate to beat Swansea in the quarter finals back in March
and Brighton put in a solid performance in the semi finals as they narrowly lost 1-0.
Watford will be the toughest opposition they have faced by far. The Hornets knocked Wolves out in the semi finals
after extra time, and while they did finish down in 11th in the Premier League
they are very close in terms of quality to the likes of Wolves, Everton, Leicester, and West Ham.
There is also the added incentive of Europa League qualification should they win on Saturday
whereas if they lose they will see that spot go to 7th place finishers Wolves.
Unfortunately, the chances of them stopping the sky blue juggernaut of Manchester City are slim.
Man City have won 15 of their last 16 matches in all competitions and their last seven matches in a row
not to mention the fact that they have won each of their last 10 meetings with Watford and haven’t lost to them in over 30 years.
That being said, we are expecting The Hornets to give it a good go.
They have scored in 10 of their last 12 competitive games and have netted in each of their last three meetings with Manchester City.
The Citizens, meanwhile, have conceded in four of their last eight in all competitions, making Both Teams to Score look an attractive price alongside a 3-1 win for Guardiola’s side.
We’re also backing Raheem Sterling to find the net for the 24th time this season.
The young attacker has been a reformed character in front of goal this season and has an excellent recent record against Watford
Definitely, After their Carabao Cup success earlier in the year, Saturday marks their opportunity to complete the domestic treble with an FA Cup success.