Expect goals from Crystal Palace's trip to Watford
Eagles are poor at the back
Both teams have scored in seven of Palace’s last eight away league matches and their defensive frailties – they have conceded two or more in five of their last six – should please hosts Watford.
The Hornets are without a win in five league outings but are much happier on home soil and are fancied to make their mark.
Both teams to score & over 2.5 goals
1pt 13-10 Hills
Sebastian Prodl is unlikely to feature because of a stomach virus. Jose Holebas returns but Gerard Deulofeu is still sidelined.
Christian Benteke could return the starting line-up. Jeffrey Schlupp is fit again.
Nine of Watford’s last 11 home league games have seen the net bulge at both ends.
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