Burnley to continue underwhelming start to season
The fourth gameweek of the EFL Championship is set to take place on Tuesday night, with relegated Burnley welcoming Hull City to Turf Moor. The Clarets have had a mixed start to life back in the second tier, with head coach Vincent Kompany still trying to get to grips with his new side and get them up to speed in his vastly different system. The Tigers are flying high early on however, and won't afford their hosts the time to come together. Read our preview here:
Beyond the Maatsen
Watford were able to see off Kompany side's despite their numerical disadvantage last Friday, and goals are proving hard to come by in the first few games. Jay Rodríguez might get the nod ahead of Ashley Barnes in the middle of the front three, whilst Southampton loanee Nathan Tella is in line to be alongside him on the left. Further down the flank is Ian Maatsen, who has looked more than comfortable in east Lancashire. The Dutch youngster combines an eye for a long pass with a stoic defence of his wing that will make it difficult for the opposition to get much joy out of targeting his zone.
Shota Arveladze's charges are yet to taste defeat in the league and have taken seven points from a possible nine, which most recently included an impressive 2-1 victory over Norwich City. Recruitment over the summer has been bold, particularly in attacking areas, though they will be missing Jean Michaël Seri once more. Striker Óscar Estupiñán notched a brace in that clash with the Canaries, and the Colombian is also a real asset in the air, which will test the home outfit's set piece routines to destruction. The versatile Ozan Tufan beefs up the right half-space in the 4-3-3, and he has a habit of popping up in unexpected places during spells of possession in the final third.
Casumo have odds of 3.80 for a draw.