2016 Season

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2016 Schedule
11-7-15, 10th in English Premier League
Mazzarri congratules Hull on unlikely win (1:00)
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3dMike Parkin

Watford slump to dismal Hull defeat

Watford have been found wanting all too often this season and this latest capitulation will only add to the pressure on Walter Mazzarri.

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4dPA Sport

Ten-man Hull continue fine home form

Lazar Markovic and Sam Clucas struck second-half goals as 10-man Hull kept their Premier League survival hopes alive with a 2-0 win against Watford.

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6dPA Sport

Mazzarri certain he will stay at Watford

Walter Mazzarri is "100 percent" certain he will be still be the manager at Watford next season after all-but securing their Premier League status.

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7dESPN staff

Deeney happy at Watford amid WBA link

Troy Deeney has told talkSPORT that speculation about a move to West Brom is just "paper talk" and said he is happy to continue his stay with Watford.

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10dMike Parkin

Capoue, Doucoure deliver for Watford

It was a dour game with few clear-cut chances, but Watford's 1-0 win over Swansea all but seals the Hornets' place in the Premier League next season.

Mazzarri: Watford not safe at 40 points (0:42)
Clement: Swansea missed 'individual quality' (1:45)
Prodl delighted with Watford clean sheet (1:25)
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11dPA Sport

Capoue punishes struggling Swansea

An error from Swansea's Alfie Mawson led to Watford's winning goal at Vicarage Road with defeat leaving the visitors inside the bottom three.

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12dMike Parkin

Mazzarri in a tenuous position despite results

Watford are in 10th place in the Premier League and have been beset by injuries, yet Walter Mazzarri faces an uncertain future at the club. Why?

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18dPA Sport

Spurs thrash Watford, Kane makes return

Son Heung-Min hit a brace as Tottenham kept their Premier League title ambitions alive with a comprehensive win over Watford at White Hart Lane.

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18dDan Kilpatrick

Kane on bench after injury; Janssen starts

Harry Kane has returned Tottenham's bench for Saturday's Premier League match against Watford after a month injured with ankle ligament damage.

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20dPA Sport

Watford 'do not have a defence' - Mazzarri

Watford coach Walter Mazzarri will face Tottenham "without a defence" as the Hornets' injury crisis intensified ahead of Saturday's clash.

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22dPA Sport

Mazzarri dismisses Watford future speculation

Walter Mazzarri brushed off suggestions he is fighting to save his job after his side moved up to ninth in the Premier League with a 2-0 win over WBA.

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24dMike Parkin

Gomes, resolute defence lifts Watford

Watford never pulled away but thanks to standout performances from Craig Cathcart and Heurelho Gomes, they dispatched last-place Sunderland 1-0.

2016-17 Prem Table

Tottenham Hotspur322183+4671
Manchester City321976+2864
Manchester United3217123+2663
West Bromwich Albion3312813-344
Stoke City3410915-1339
Crystal Palace3311517-738
AFC Bournemouth3410816-1438
West Ham United3410816-1538
Leicester City3210715-1237
Hull City349619-3133
Swansea City349421-2931

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-1716th
Goals Scored37Tied-15th
Goals Conceded5415th