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Manchester City vs Watford: Predictions, Kick Off Time, TV, Live Stream, Team News, H2H Results Today

With such a small margin of error in the Premier League title race, Pep Guardiola will surely relish a game against one of the worst teams in the division, but City cannot afford to rest on their laurels.

Wednesday’s win over Brighton put his side back at the top of the table and the champions could stay there with a win, ensuring they finish yet another weekend at the top.

Watford, meanwhile, are closing in on a crash after a one-game winning streak in their last league games. Frankly, Roy Hodgson just didn’t have the desired effect.

Here’s everything you need to know about the game…

Date, kick-off time and venue

The Premier League match is scheduled to kick off at 3pm BST on Saturday 23 April 2022.

The Etihad Stadium in Manchester will host.

Where to watch Manchester City vs Watford

TV channel: As the game takes place during the 3pm BST blackout in English football, it will not be shown on TV in the UK.

Live Stream and Highlights: Match of the Day, however, will show the highlights when it airs at 10.30pm BST on Saturday on BBC One, the BBC Sport website and the BBC iPlayer.

Manchester City vs Watford Team News

The win over Brighton appears to have come at a cost for Guardiola.

John Stones and Nathan Ake have both been dealt blows, weakening an already pretty depleted backline, with official updates to come.

Watford, meanwhile, welcomed William Troost-Ekong into full training after missing their home loss to Brenford.

Manchester City vs Watford Prediction

Hodgson has certainly worked miracles before, but this would be the most shocking.

City usually do light work on teams in the bottom half of the table when playing at home.

Manchester City win 3-0.

Head-to-head history and results (h2h)

Manchester City win: 21

Draws: 5

Watford win: 6


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