Manchester City will be hoping to break an all-time English football record when they welcome Watford to their Premier League clash at Etihad Stadium on Saturday
The Citizens asserted a 3-0 win over Brighton and Hove Albion on Wednesday night to move back to the highest point of the table, one point above title rivals Liverpool with six games remaining.
Cityzen have an amazing record against Watford, having won every one of their last 14 gatherings against them across all competitions.
Should Pep Guardiola’s men guarantee every one of the three points on Saturday, then they would become the first team in English football history to win 15 consecutive competitive matches against the same opponent.
Guardiola himself has had a lot of victory over Watford, as he has won each of the 10 of his tie against the relegate threaten side by a total score of 42-4.
The Spaniard’s 100 percent win rate against the Hornets is his best versus a single opponent in his coaching career.
Manchester City wrecked Watford to an 8-0 victory at Etihad Stadium when the two sides met in September 2019 in a game that saw the Citizens score five inside the initial 18 minutes.