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Arsenal v Watford - Sat 2nd April

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- Arsenal had won the previous six meetings with Watford before a 2-1 defeat last month in the FA Cup quarter final.
- Watford and Arsenal have met 17 times in the league, with both sides winning eight times and drawing once.
- Watford have won just one of their last six Barclays Premier League away matches (W1 D1 L4) and failed to score in four of the last five.
- The Hornets have not won twice against Arsenal in the same season (all competitions) since 1987/88, and they have never won away against the Gunners twice in a single campaign.
 

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Comfortable win for Arsenal, which'll leave a slightly bitter taste I'd imagine having gone out of the FA cup to Watford.
 
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Comfortable win for Arsenal, which'll leave a slightly bitter taste I'd imagine having gone out of the FA cup to Watford.
You and I both know we let them win. One less distraction on our race to win the title.
 

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Watford will take heart from their FA Cup win here. Arsenal probably not feeling overly confident. 2-0 win for Watford.
 

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Didn't take long.
 

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Iwobi. Well started by Coq.
 

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Another decent league performance but the opposition have helped us out with a poor performance.

I thought Coq's performance was noteworthy for his distribution. He'll never be a playmaker but he's really helped us move the ball quickly in the centre of the park and it's given his partnership with Elneny more balance than I thought it would have. Big test for him against West Ham up next though.
 

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Sounds like a complete non-event - TBH apart from that Cup game we've been rubbish for about 2 months.
 

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