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That sparked a heated row between Claudio Ranieri and Arteta on the touchline, something we won’t see a repeat of with Roy Hodgson since taking over as the manager. While as he’s presided over minor improvements, Arsenal have come on leaps and bounds since.

This is a side who dominate matches more, create more chances, and keep things tighter at the back. With the Hornets languishing in 19th place and Arsenal chasing Champions League football, the odds are firmly stacked in the visitors’ favour to claim all the spoils.

As much as Man United’s total lack of ruthlessness was to blame for their inability to see off Watford last weekend, take nothing away from the defensive solidity of the Hornets – something they have demonstrated a lot more under Roy Hodgson‘s wing.

Barring the 4-1 home humbling at the hands of Crystal Palace, the experienced Hodgson has clearly been putting the hours in on the training ground to shore up his side’s leaky rearguard, but a lack of attacking threat is still bedevilling the relegation dog fighters.

Indeed, Watford have struck just two goals in six games since Hodgson took the reins from Claudio Ranieri, and the hosts head into Sunday’s daunting battle currently 19th in the rankings and three points adrift of 17th-placed Everton having played two games more.

Watford’s Premier League destiny is therefore out of their own hands, with a record of just one win from their last 14 in the top flight certainly not helping their cause either, and the less said about their form at Vicarage Road, the better.

A tally of seven points from a possible 39 on home soil represents the worst record of any team on familiar territory in the Premier League this term, with the Hornets suffering an abysmal run of seven straight defeats at home ahead of a clash with one of the top-four favourites.

Watford were handed an injury scare with wing king Ismaila Sarr after the Old Trafford draw, and the attacker is set to miss this London derby with that hamstring injury.

Kiko Femenia also missed out against Man United with a knock but is expected to be back for this one, while Peter Etebo and Nicolas Nkoulou continue their recoveries.

Ken Sema or Joao Pedro will compete to take Sarr’s spot in the attack, but Hodgson should otherwise see no reason to make any alterations whatsoever after an impressive outing at the Theatre of Dreams.

Meanwhile, Arsenal’s top scorer Smith Rowe was absent from the Wolves win after contracting an illness, but the England international has been pictured in training and should be fine to feature on Sunday.

Arteta therefore should only have one injury concern in the form of Takehiro Tomiyasu and his troublesome calves, but Cedric Soares has stepped up to the plate in the past couple of weeks.

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Pepe and Eddie Nketiah may come into Arteta’s thinking for starts after both men made quite the impact from the bench against Wolves, but it is difficult to see Lacazette or Gabriel Martinelli ceding their places, although the latter could very well drop out for Smith Rowe.

Watford possible starting lineup:
Foster; Ngakia, Cathcart, Samir, Kamara; Cleverley, Sissoko, Louza; Pedro, Dennis, King

Arsenal possible starting lineup:
Ramsdale; Cedric, White, Gabriel, Tierney; Xhaka, Partey; Saka, Odegaard, Smith Rowe; Lacazette

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