10. Liverpool have won six of their last seven top flight meetings with Watford. The visitors are favourites to win at 2.00.
9. The only exception during that run was a 1-0 Watford win at Anfield in August 1999. Watford are 11.50 to win 1-0.
8. Only one of the 16 previous top flight meetings between the sides has ended level. A share of the points is priced at 3.55.
7. Liverpool lost only three of those 16 games, drawing one and winning 12. They are 1.28 to either win or draw in a Double Chance bet.
6. Watford could equal their best ever points tally for an entire Premier League campaign (28, 2006-07) with a victory. The hosts can be backed at 3.90 to win.
5. The Hornets have won their last three, but haven’t won four successive top flight matches since April 1987. They are 1.86 to win/draw on the Double Chance.
4. Quique Sanchez Flores’ side could keep three consecutive clean sheets for only the third time in the top flight. They are 6.25 to win without conceding a goal.
3. Prior to this weekend’s fixtures, only Jamie Vardy (59) had managed more shot attempts than Coutinho (58, level with Harry Kane) this season. Coutinho is 7.00 to open the scoring.
2. Odion Ighalo has scored 26 goals in 2015, more than any other player in the top four tiers. The striker is 6.30 to score first.
1. Ighalo could equal Troy Deeney’s club record, set earlier this month, by scoring in four successive Premier League games. Ighalo is 3.25 to find the net at any time.