Alex Neil's Preston North End laid a three-game winless run to rest with victory in a Lancashire derby last time out (2-1) and now seek back-to-back wins for the first time in this calendar year (W2, D1, L5).
We should find a winner either way, given that Preston have recorded a joint league-low three draws this season (10.34%).
Preston currently endure a three-game winless run at home, failing to score in two of those games. Compounding matters further for Preston is the fact that they have failed to score in 50% of home league games this season - more than all but Derby County.
Watford head into this brimming with confidence after they recorded the biggest victory in the Championship so far this term, with a 6-0 thumping last time out.
The 'Hornets' have recorded five clean sheets from their last seven league matches, and will have kept one in 50% of their league games this season should they manage a shutout here.
PREDICTION: WATFORD TO WIN. CS 2-1
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