History suggests there could be goals when Watford host Norwich City in the Premier League at Vicarage Road on Saturday.
Norwich have Alex Tettey available again following a groin injury, but Matt Jarvis remains sidelined with a knee injury.
Heurelho Gomes could start in goal for Watford despite being stretchered off with a neck injury during last weekend’s win at Aston Villa, but Sebastian Prodl and Joel Ekstrand again miss out with calf and knee injuries respectively.
- Nine of the last 10 league meetings between Watford and Norwich City at Vicarage Road have seen both teams score.
- Norwich City have scored in 22 successive league meetings with Watford.
- Watford goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes conceded six goals against Norwich in the Championship last season, double the amount that he shipped against any other side.
- Watford have already matched their number of wins in their last Premier League campaign in 2006-07 (5) and are one away from matching their tally in 1999-00 (6).
- Troy Deeney has scored in four of his last five Premier League games, including in each of the last three – no Watford player has ever scored in four successive Premier League appearances.
- Troy Deeney and Odion Ighalo have combined to create 23 goal-scoring chances for each other in the Premier League this season, more than any other two players.
- A league-high 81% of the goals that Watford have conceded in the Premier League this season have come after half-time (13 out of 16).
- Norwich have registered just one win in their last nine Premier League games, drawing three and losing five.
- Norwich have managed just one clean sheet in the Premier League this season, a joint league-low total (alongside Bournemouth).
- Norwich striker Lewis Grabban has not ended on the losing side in any of the last 24 games that he’s scored in (W19 D5) – the last time he lost a game he scored in was back in October 2013.