EPL Matchday 30: Watford vs Leicester City preview

English football returns to the field of play with the confrontation between Watford vs Leicester, which will take place this Saturday at 13:30 at Vicarage Road Stadium after more than three months of suspension due to the health crisis caused by COVID-19.

Watford vs Leicester Match preview

Watford reaches the thirtieth day with the hope of recovering points after suffering a defeat against Crystal Palace in the match they played before the pandemic for a 1-0 result. Since the competition began, the locals have won in six of the 29 matches played so far in the Premier League, with a streak of 27 goals for and 44 against.

On the visitors’ side, Leicester City managed to defeat Aston Villa 4-0 during their last match in the competition, with so many from Barnes and Vardy, which is why they intend to maintain their winning streak at Watford Stadium. To date, of the 29 games Leicester City has played in the Premier League, it has won in 16 of them with 58 goals in favor and 28 against.

Currently, both teams are separated by 26 points in favor of Leicester City. Nigel Pearson’s team arrives at the match in the seventeenth position and with 27 points before the match. For their part, visitors are in third place with 53 points.

To know the winner between Watford vs Leicester, all you have to do is wait until next Saturday at 13:30 to see him on BT Sport 1, BT Sport Ultimate, BTSport.com, BT Sport App, BT Sport Extra, BBC Radio, and TalkSport Radio UK.

The other matches of the first three days of the Premier League are as follows:

Wednesday, June 17
7:00 PM Aston Villa v Sheff Utd
21:15 Man City v Arsenal

Friday, June 19
7:00 PM Norwich City v Southampton
9:15 PM Spurs v Man Utd

Saturday, June 20
13:30 Watford v Leicester City
16:00 Brighton v Arsenal
18:30 West Ham v Wolves
20:45 AFC Bournemouth v Crystal Palace

Sunday, June 21
15:00 Newcastle United v Sheff Utd
17:15 Aston Villa v Chelsea
20:00 Everton v Liverpool

Monday, June 22
9:00 PM Man City v Burnley

Tuesday, June 23
19:00 Leicester City v Brighton
9:15 PM Spurs v West Ham

Wednesday, June 24
7:00 PM Man Utd v Sheff Utd
19:00 Newcastle United v Aston Villa
7:00 PM Norwich City v Everton
19:00 Wolves v AFC Bournemouth
9:15 PM Liverpool v Crystal Palace

Thursday, June 25
19:00 Burnley v Watford
19:00 Southampton v Arsenal
21:15 Chelsea v Man City

Saturday, June 27
13:30 Aston Villa v Wolves

Sunday, June 28
17:30 Watford v Southampton

Monday, June 29
9:00 PM Crystal Palace v Burnley

Tuesday, June 30
9:15 PM Brighton v Man Utd

Wednesday, July 1
19:00 Arsenal v Norwich City
19:00 AFC Bournemouth v Newcastle United
7:00 PM Everton v Leicester City
21:15 West Ham v Chelsea

Thursday, July 2
7:00 PM Sheff Utd v Spurs
9:15 PM Man City v Liverpool