Brighton v Watford Betting: 10 Vital Statistics

10. Brighton boast a narrow 38-30 win-loss record over Watford from 96 previous clashes, but lost their most recent home fixture 3-1 to the Hornets. Albion are 2.50 to win.

9.  There has been just one draw in six clashes between these two sides, a 2-2 tie at The Amex in April 2012. Another draw is priced at 3.40.

8. Watford average more shots per game than any team in the Championship (16.9) and are 3.95 to score in both halves.

7. Top scorer Troy Deeney has scored 25% of Watford’s league goals this campaign (6/24) and is 5.40 to score first on Monday night.

6. However, Lewis McGugan averages 4.2 shots per game, more than any player between these two sides. The Hornets midfielder is 3.65 to score.

Watch Watford’s 3-1 win over Brighton in the 1984 FA Cup here: 

5. Brighton have won just one in eight, recording five draws during that period. They are 1.43 to win/draw on the Double Chance.

4. Three of those five draws finished 0-0. The Seagulls have the joint-fourth worst goals tally for the season (11) and are 10.00 to force another goalless tie.

3. Watford, meanwhile, have won four in seven and earned a draw after 90 minutes with Premier League side Norwich City in the Capital One Cup. They are 2.70 to win.

2. Brighton midfielder Andrew Crofts averages 3.2 shots per home game this season and has two goals from five appearances at The Amex. Crofts is 11.00 to score.

1. Tonight's hosts haven’t beaten Watford at home in three attempts, since Leon Knight scored a second-half winner in a 2-1 result at the Withdean in January 2005. Another 2-1 score is priced at 10.00.