Two unbeaten teams go head-to-head in Super Sunday's final game. Tom Carnduff is backing a Watford goalscorer.
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Two unbeaten runs are on the line at Vicarage Road where Watford welcome Tottenham.
Javi Gracia was fancied by some to be the first managerial casualty of the Premier League season, but three wins in as many games sees his Watford side one of the early pace setters in England’s top-flight.
Despite that start, they find themselves as the 9/2 outsiders here, with Spurs’ lack of transfer activity not hindering them at this point.
The North London outfit added no players to their squad in the summer, but their start to the current campaign fills you with the confidence that the current group of players is good enough to challenge at the top-end of the table.
Mauricio Pochettino’s men were fantastic in their away win against Manchester United at Old Trafford last time out, with Lucas Moura putting on a sensationally showing.
They may be full of confidence after that, but Watford will be optimistic given their start, and they have enough about them to pick up a point on Sunday.
Roberto Pereyra is a man in-form for the Hornets. He’s scored three goals in as many games and is more than equipped to strike again here.
The August curse is firmly broken for Harry Kane as he has two on his tally, and the Watford defence will need to be at the top of their game to keep out England’s number nine.
Score prediction: Watford 1-1 Tottenham (Sky Bet odds: 7/1)
Best bet: Roberto Pereyra to score anytime at 5/1
He’s had a storming start to the season, and I was surprised to see Pereyra was available at 5/1 to score anytime in this one. His three goals this season shows his eye for goal in a Watford team who look decent going forward. The hosts may be the outsiders, but I can see them getting through this Tottenham defence and the Argentine wide-man will surely be involved.
This should be a game with attacking intent given the form of both sides. Troy Deeney and Pereyra have both been involved in the goals for the Hornets this season while Alli and Eriksen are a key part of this Spurs side going forward. They may not all score, but the 8/1 on offer for 1+ shot on target from each seems great value.
Odds correct at 1300 BST on 01/09/18