Watford v Fulham02/04/2019 19:45
Bury v Cambridge Utd02/04/2019 19:45
Watford will feel hard done by in their last match, losing 2-1 at Old Trafford despite looking better on the day.
If the Hornets play half as good as that match, they should breeze past this poor Fulham side.
Fulham managed to keep the deficit down to just two goals against Man City, but their leaky defence is still causing a real issue.
Let’s be honest, Fulham are down now, sitting 16 points behind safety (Burnley).
With a win here, Watford can move up to seventh if United get a result against Wolves.
Watford will want to get a positive result tonight to build their confidence in time for their FA Cup Semi-Final this Sunday.
Europe is a real possibility for Watford this season, either through the Premier League or the FA Cup.
Meanwhile, their opponents will be low on confidence, and realistically, they will be competing in the Championship next season.
The Cottagers main downfall this season is their leaky defence, conceding a league-high 72 goals in 32 matches.
Also, Fulham have been dreadful on the road, and are yet to win an away match, losing their last six in a row while conceding two or more goals in each match.
At 3/4, there is certainly value in the home win tonight!
Bury lost their last home game, 3-1 against Swindon Town, but I expect them to bounce back in this match.
Mansfield are just three points behind Bury, but the Shakers do have a game in hand.
Meanwhile, Cambridge are battling it out towards the bottom of the table, just six points clear of safety.
Relegation-battling teams are often tough to play, but Bury should have enough quality to dispatch their opponents tonight.
Cambridge have picked up positive results in their last two away games, drawing to Carlisle and winning against Grimsby.
But, they have struggled against sides towards the top of the table, and I see them struggling again tonight.
The top scorers in the league will have something to prove tonight, and I see them putting the sword to a Cambridge side that have struggled on the road this season.
Combined with Bury’s prolific home scoring record, in which they have scored two or more goals in nine of their last eleven games at Gigg Lane.
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