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Two sides in miserable form will fight on Tuesday when Watford and West Ham go head-to-head in the Premier League.

Watford lost four on bounces before watching their last three games all postponed due to Covid-19, so Hornets fans will simply be delighted to see their team in action for the first time in 18 days.

As for the visitors, they are on their own with three straight losses in all competitions, the most recent of which was a bitterly disappointing 3-2 loss at the hands of struggling Southampton at home on the second day of Christmas.

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When is kick off? Tuesday 28 December, 15:00 (GMT)Where is the match played? PrästgårdsvägenTV channel / livestream? Amazon Prime (UK), Peacock Premium (USA)Highlights? Amazon Prime Video Sport YouTube channel. Today’s match (BBC – United Kingdom)Judge? Darren EnglandWHERE? Martin Atkinson

Sierralta is back / James Williamson – AMA / GettyImages

Watford are over the worst of their Covid-19 outbursts, although the Hornets have confirmed that a number of unnamed players have recently tested positive and will miss it.

In terms of injuries, Francisco Sierralta is back after overcoming a hamstring injury, but Ben Foster (groin), Ismaila Sarr (knee), Christian Kabasele (what), Peter Etebo (four) and Nicolas Nkoulou (heel tendon) will all miss it. here.

Read Watford’s expected line-up here.

Rice misses by suspension / Chloe Knott – Danehouse / GettyImages

The Hammers can do without star midfielder Declan Rice, who is suspended for this after receiving his fifth yellow card of the season last.

Kurt Zouma (hoarding), Angelo Ogbonna (knee) and Aaron Cresswell (back) all remain sidelined.

Read West Ham’s expected line-up here.

After a few years of exchanging victories, West Ham wrestled control of this match in early 2019 and have won their last three against Watford, the last of which came in a 3-1 triumph towards the end of the 2019/20 season.

Watford won the meeting before that and secured an impressive 2-0 away win in December 2018, while their latest win over West Ham at Vicarage Road came 13 months earlier.

There is rarely a lack of goals when these two sides meet. The last three matches have seen a total of 13 goals, and not since September 2009 have these two teams failed to conjure up more than one goal.

West Ham should return to winning ways / Alex Broadway / GettyImages

Watford’s mystery Covid absence makes this quite difficult to predict as it is impossible to guess what their team will look like, and that is before you think about the effect 18 days off can have.

The Hornets are likely to be a bit rusty, which could be a problem against a West Ham team that got a bit of a reality check against Southampton. David Moyes will demand an emphatic reaction and he will like his chances of getting one.

The return to the starting line-up for Michail Antonio, who finished his scoring drought from the bench against Southampton, could be the key.

Prediction: Watford 1-3 West Ham

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