After a 4-1 win over Man Utd, life under Claudio Ranieri looked promising for Watford. But, since then, things have gone downhill, with the Hornets losing six of their last seven Premier League games.

They managed to take points from Newcastle with a 1-1 draw last weekend, but the Hornets need to beat Norwich this weekend to keep their head above water for another week.

We’ve taken a look at all you need to know about Watford – from their next league game, to the latest football betting odds.

When is the next Watford Premier League fixture?

Friday night sees Watford host relegation rivals Norwich at Vicarage Road. A win for the Hornets will see them move four points clear of the bottom three. Watford have won each of their last five league games against Norwich, their longest winning run against an opponent since a run of six against Ipswich between 2005 and 2008.

What are the odds that Watford win their next game?

Watford are favourites to win, with odds at 21/20. Given Norwich have won just one of their last eight away league games against the Hornets, that comes as no surprise. A draw is 12/5.

Norwich have scored the fewest away goals (3) in the Premier League so far this season. For Watford to keep a clean sheet here, it’s 9/5.

Emmanuel Dennis is Watford’s top scorer this season with eight goals. He’s 16/5 to score first or last.

What is the latest Watford injury and transfer news?

Peter Etebo, Ismaila Sarr and Nicolas Nkoulou remain unavailable to Ranieri as they continue their recovery. Nkoulou is expected back in April, while the rest could return much sooner. Imran Louza, Adam Masina, and William Troost-Ekong are all still out at the Africa Cup of Nations.

Who are Watford’s key players?

Ismaila Sarr has shown flashes of brilliance in the 2021/22 season, but with him injured, Emmanuel Dennis has stepped up to the plate. Meanwhile, the arrivals of Danny Rose and Joshua King have added Premier League experience to the sqaud.

Watford Premier League fixtures

Watford’s Premier League fixtures for the 2021/22 season in full are below:

14/08/202115:00Watford v Aston Villa3-2
21/08/202117:30Brighton v Watford2-0
29/08/202114:00Spurs v Watford1-0
11/09/202115:00Watford v Wolves0-2
18/09/202115:00Norwich v Watford1-3
25/09/202115:00Watford v Newcastle1-1
02/10/202115:00Leeds v Watford1-0
16/10/202112:30Watford v Liverpool0-5
23/10/202115:00Everton v Watford2-5
30/10/202115:00Watford v Southampton0-1
06/11/202115:00Arsenal v Watford1-0
20/11/202115:00Watford v Man United4-1
27/11/202115:00Leicester v Watford4-2
30/11/202119:45Watford v Chelsea1-2
04/12/202115:00Watford v Man City1-3
11/12/202115:00Brentford v Watford2-1
14/12/202119:45Burnley v Watford
18/12/202115:00Watford v Crystal Palace
26/12/202115:00Wolves v Watford
28/12/202115:00Watford v West Ham1-4
01/01/202215:00Watford v Spurs0-1
15/01/202215:00Newcastle v Watford1-1
22/01/202215:00Watford v Norwich
08/02/202219:45West Ham v Watford
12/02/202215:00Watford v Brighton
19/02/202215:00Aston Villa v Watford
26/02/202215:00Manchester v Watford
05/03/202215:00Watford v Arsenal
12/03/202215:00Southampton v Watford
19/03/202215:00Watford v Everton
02/04/202215:00Liverpool v Watford
09/04/202215:00Watford v Leeds
16/04/202215:00Watford v Brentford
23/04/202215:00Man City v Watford
30/04/202215:00Watford v Burnley
07/05/202215:00Crystal Palace v Watford
15/05/202215:00Watford v Leicester
22/05/202216:00Chelsea v Watford

What are the Watford odds to be relegated from the Premier League?

Watford’s winless streak continued this weekend, keeping them rooted in 17th place. Hovering above relegation, the Hornets are odds-on to go down this season. Finishing bottom doesn’t look quite as likely, coming in at 5/1. If Claudio Ranieri can keep them up, it’s 11/8.

Who is the manager of Watford?

Watford are Claudio Ranieri’s fourth Premier League team after Chelsea, Leicester and Fulham. However, he has only taken six points from a possible 30 since taking charge at Vicarage Road, and as a result the Italian is 15/8 favourite to be the next Premier League to be sacked.

Where is Watford’s stadium?

Watford’s stadium is at Vicarage Road, where the team have played since 1922, though it has only been owned by the club after its fan-funded “Let’s buy back the Vic” campaign in 2004. The 21,577 capacity stadium names two of its stands after former owner Elton John and manager Graham Taylor.