Watford vs Sheffield Wednesday Prediction | 02/04/2021 | EFL

The strong breakthrough in recent times is bringing many advantages for Watford in the top race of the EFL at the moment. Let’s follow Watford vs Sheffield Wednesday Prediction.

And in the next round, welcoming Sheffield Wednesday, who is playing in decline, will be an opportunity for the home team to extend their sublimation days.

Watford vs Sheffield Wednesday Prediction

MATCH INFORMATION:

  • Match date: 2:00pm on Friday 2nd April 2021
  • Event: Championship
  • Stage: Matchday 39th
  • Location: Deepdale

HEAD TO HEAD:

Watford vs Sheffield Wednesday Prediction

Watford vs Sheffield Wednesday Prediction:

Over Under   

Odds: 2.25

The last 5 rounds of victory have helped Watford gain a lot in the race to reach the top 2 this season. The 75 points obtained after 38 rounds help the home team temporarily stand second in the standings, creating a difference of up to 6 points compared to the chasing group. The flag is on the way and this is where Watford will need to maintain his stability for the remainder of the season.

Meanwhile, with Sheffield Wednesday, the visitors have not been doing well recently with only 1 win to get the last 9 rounds, which has made this team decline and currently only get the position. 23rd on the chart with 32 points that are owned. This can be seen as a disastrous coincidence and having to march to Watford’s field in the next round will continue to be another challenge for Sheffield Wednesday. It will be a match against the game position that the home team will be somewhat overwhelmed, but it is likely that there will not be too many goals appearing.

Therefore, our expert believes that Under will be optimal for investors in the next 90 minutes.

Prediction: Under 

Asian handicap  Watford vs Sheffield Wednesday Prediction:

Handicap Odds: 1.0

With home advantage, Watford is still a team that is more appreciated than Sheffield Wednesday in this match through a handicap of 1. In general, the visitors playing too low will be a bad opportunity. so that the homeowner can take advantage of and continue to earn important points for themselves.

Sheffield Wednesday played down a lot as the visitors were no longer able to maintain the same dense Pressing pace they had in the past with systematic flaws that brought erratic results. . An advantage for Watford when the home team is still maintaining great sobriety and solidity in the game.

In addition, it should be known that Watford has only received exactly 1 defeat in 11 matches played at his Vicarage Road home in the past time. Achievement is enough to make Sheffield Wednesday really shy, especially when the away team could only win 3 of the previous 12 trips away from home. The advantage of the field and staff will be the basis for Watford to actively dominate Sheffield Wednesday and will likely continue to get 3 points in this matchup.

In the next match, the Watford team is considered the superior team when handicapping the other team.  

→ From the odds by CMD368 bookmaker, the best pick: Watford -0.5 HT,  Watford -1 FT

Watford vs Sheffield Wednesday Prediction

Final Scores: Watford vs Sheffield Wednesday Prediction 

→ Our prediction of the match result: 

  • HT Watford 1-0 Sheffield Wednesday
  • FT Watford 2-0 Sheffield Wednesday

1×2 Odds Betting

  • Odds from CMD368: updating
  • Select: Watford to win (Full Time)

The European Odds from CMD368 is also an advantage for the home team when Watford’s rate is 1.50 while Sheffield Wednesday’s figure is 6.30. The series of sublimation rounds are bringing a great deal of confidence to Watford and they can fully look forward to an active match against Sheffield Wednesday. Most likely, with advantages and bravery, Watford will be the team with 3 full points in the next match.

Expected Team  

Watford: B. Foster, J. Ngakia, B. Wilmot, C. Kabasele, C. Cathcart. K. Femenía, T. Cleverley, N. Chalobah, D. Quina, J. Pedro, K. Sema.

Sheffield Wednesday: K. Westwood, J. Börner, C. Dunkley, L. Palmer, M. Odubajo. B. Bannan, K. Harris, A. Reach, J. Windass, E. Kachunga, M. Luongo.