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A look ahead to the Hornets' Premier League clash against West Ham United

Preview - West Ham United

Premier League football returns after the international break on Saturday, with the Hornets travelling to east London to take on West Ham United. 

Slaven Bilić's men currently sit on three points after three games, with their only win so far coming at the London Stadium thanks to a 1-0 victory over Bournemouth, while the Hammers have also lost away at both Chelsea and Manchester City.

Ahead of the trip, find out all the information you need about Walter Mazzarri's opponents in the above video, while you can also hear from Watford keeper Heurelho Gomes as he discuses West Ham and the difficult challenge of replicating last season's exploits. 

Remember, if you're not heading to Vicarage Road, you can follow all the action here on your brand new

West Ham v Watford Betting Preview brings readers of the best odds ahead of this weekend's Premier League clash.
Watford make their first ever trip to the London Stadium this weekend looking to pick up their first win of the Premier League season. While the Hornets haven’t yet collected three points there have been enough signs of encouragement to suggest it won’t be long before they climb the table.
West Ham, meanwhile, have not had the start to the season many expected but have had to make do without their talisman Dimitri Payet, who looks set to make his first start of the season on Saturday. The France international is a 25/4 to score first in this one just ahead of Troy Deeney (29/4) and Odion Ighalo (7/1) in the betting. Watford’s new signing Roberto Pereyra is 11/1 to notch the opening goal and his second of the season.
With so much attacking talent on display it’s likely we’ll see an end-to-end to game. Tellingly, West Ham have conceded in four of five games this season and look like a team very much set up to attack first and worry about defending later. Further, both teams have scored in every Watford game this campaign. More of the same looks on the cards here.
Recommended bet: Both teams to score @ 10/11 

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