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Clearly, with their League future balancing on a knife-edge, Watford travel to the Emirates Stadium to face Arsenal on the last day of the season on Sunday
And to avoid returning to the Championship for the first time since 2015, the Hornets must improve on the result Aston Villa get at West Ham
However, if both clubs secure three points, Watford must win by a margin big enough to overturn the Villains’ superior goal difference of one.
That goal difference took a severe battering in mid-week when Watford were dismantled 4-0 at home by Manchester City
Of course a result that saw the Hornets slip into the bottom three ahead of the season’s climactic set of fixtures.
That heavy defeat that was only their third reverse in 12 League assignments at Vicarage Road, whoever, away from Hertfordshire
The club’s trigger-happy owners chose to sack Nigel Pearson before Watford hosted Manchester City on Tuesday
temporarily handing the reins to Hayden Mullins and Graham Stack for the seasons’ final two fixtures in the hope of sparking a late revival.
However, if the team’s performance against the Citizens was anything to go by, then their decision to oust Pearson so late in the campaign looks a monumental blunder.
Arsenal’s surprise 1-0 mid-week defeat at Aston Villa means the Gunners are set for their lowest Premier League finish in 25 years on Sunday.
Mikel Arteta’s side, currently in 10th, can finish no higher than 8th spot this term, which would represent their worst finish since they ended the 1994/95 campaign in 122th
Arsenal have an FA Cup final to look forward to when the campaign ends, though their 2019/20 League season has still been well below the club’s traditional high standards.
With four points collected from their last two matches at the Emirates Stadium from tough fixtures against Leicester City and Liverpool
Arsenal look like closing out their home campaign on a high however, and we expect another victory to follow against Watford.
Mikel Arteta could choose to shuffle his pack on Sunday to avoid injuries to key players ahead of the FA Cup final on August 1
Meanwhile, Watford’s results have been truly relegation worthy, and on Sunday the Hornets are staring down the barrel of their sixth straight loss on the road.