'No Team To Score' Our Premier League Pick In Tight Watford vs. Liverpool Matchup

Nigel Seeley

Friday, December 18, 2015 5:52 PM GMT

Liverpool travel to high-flying Watford desperate for a win to give their fans some Christmas cheer. What will be the best soccer picks for this matchup? Let's find out...

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Free Premier League Pick: Draw +254; Both Teams to Score - 'No'
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Watford FC vs. Liverpool FC
The live Sunday lunch-time kick-off this week comes from Vicarage Road when Liverpool make the long trip down south to take on high flying Watford.

If it wasn't for the amazing season that Leicester are having in the Premier League, well, Watford's rise to seventh in the table would've been the success story of the year, and their achievements have gone been overlooked by a lot of people.

Quique Sánchez Flores side were the odds-on favorites for the drop and he was the also the clear favorite to be the first PL manager to be sacked, and they are playing their part in the most incredible Premier League season in history.

The Spaniard has made this Watford team very hard to beat and they always have a goal threat in the exciting strike partnership of Troy Deeney and Odion Ighalo, but despite their incredible first half to the campaign Vicarage Road season, ticket holders have been far from entertained.

In their eight home matches only 12 goals have been scored, and no team in the top flight have scored less goals at home than the Hornet's (six), and this one has the potential again to be a very tight and boring affair.

 

What About The Picks?
The best soccer pick on Sunday; and I'm not going to be very popular man again with this, as I can see it being the case in a lot of BPL matches this weekend, is both teams to score as a "no" at the 1.91 with William Hill.

Both teams have now failed to score in SEVEN of the Watford's eight home matches, and against a Liverpool side that have failed to score in two of their last three matches, that looks the safest bet to have.

Watford are a large looking 4.33 with BetVictor to get their best home win of an amazing season, and despite their decent start, all the good form has been on the road.

At Vicarage Road they've only won three games against Swansea, West Ham and Norwich, and when they've faced the big boys, they've always come out second best, but I'm not so sure if that is going to be the case in this one.

Liverpool have been very poor in their last two matches failing to win against Newcastle and West Brom, and I thought that under Klopp they were genuine title contenders, but I've changed my opinion now.

They are still very unpredictable, which I thought they had stopped, and I'm not at all interested in quotes of 2.05 with Skybet, although many are getting stuck into that price available in the soccer odds board in the build up to the match. The case for a draw looks a very strong one at 3.60 with Bet365.

Liverpool have been really been struggling for goals in recent weeks after Daniel Sturridge has been ruled out with injury yet again, and Cristian Benteke has only showed glimpses of why he was bought from Aston Villa in a big summer move.

The home side have already played their part in two 0-0 home draws already this season, and at 10.0 with Betway on no goalscoer in the match, well, that looks a decent shout again in a game that I believe both managers would settle for a point from.

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