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Watford vs Cardiff City Prediction, Head-To-Head, Live Stream Time, Date, Team News, lineup news, Odds, Stats, Betting Tips Trends, Where To Watch Live Score English League Championship 2023 Telecast Today Match Details – April 20

Watford will be searching for a recurrent consequence of a 2-0 Title win over Bristol City. Watford had 38 percent possession and 13 shots, four of which were successful, in that match. Joo Pedro was the only Watford player to score (54′). Bristol City, on the other hand, made 11 shots on goal, 6 of which were successful. Bristol City was led by Harry Cornick, who scored an own goal (6′). Watford, led by Chris Wilder, have scored ten times in their previous six games. They have conceded an overall total of 8 goals in those matches.

Cardiff City and their supporters will be hoping for a better outcome this time around. The main player to score from Cardiff City was Sory Kaba (19′). Sheffield United got goals from James McAtee (24′), Jack Robinson (54′), Iliman Ndiaye (80′), Ciaran Clark (85′), and Jack Robinson. The facts speak for themselves: Cardiff City has been outscored by 12 goals in six of their last six games. Cardiff City has clearly experienced difficulties at the back. Leaving aside the results of the past, time will tell if this pattern will continue in this game.

Match Details

  • Watford v Cardiff City
  • Championship England
  • Date – 19/04/2023
  • Starting time – 18:45 UTC
  • Venue: Vicarage Road, Watford, England


Watford have the ability to take a lot of shots on goal and make them count, taking everything into account. While Cardiff City does appear to be able to score, it may be difficult for them to penetrate their defense at the other end. As a result, when the referee blows the final whistle, we anticipate Watford winning comfortably 3-1.

Head to head

Assessing their earlier no holds barred conflicts extending back to 28/12/2014 lets us know that Watford have won 5 of them and Cardiff City 1, with the quantity of drawn matches remaining at 0.

During this time, there were also a lot of goals, 24 in all, or 4 goals per meeting on average.

On Championship match day 19 on 02/11/2022, Cardiff City defeated Watford 1-2 in their previous league encounter.

Cardiff City had 52% possession and 11 shots, three of which were on goal, in that match. Cédric Kipré (9′) was their only player who was credited with a score.

Five of Watford’s 16 attempts on goal were successful. Francisco Sierralta scored at 38′ and 59′, respectively.

Keith Stroud served as the match referee.

Team news

Chris Wilder, the Watford manager, will be relieved to not have any fitness concerns going into this game because the team is in perfect health and ready to play. Kortney Hause can not play in that frame of mind through being suspended.

We believe that Daniel Bachmann, Ryan Andrews, Ryan Porteous, Wesley Hoedt, Hassane Kamara, Ismal Koné, Ismala Sarr, Hamza Choudhury, Imran Louza, Joo Pedro, and Keinan Davis could be selected by The Hornets in the 4-2-3-1 lineup.

Sabri Lamouchi, manager of Cardiff City, is concerned about a few current players’ fitness. Jamilu Collins (Cruciate Ligament Injury) and Callum Robinson (Biceps femoris muscle injury) cannot be considered.

We believe that Ryan Allsop, Jack Simpson, Cédric Kipré, Mark McGuinness, Perry Ng, Andy Rinomhota, Ryan Wintle, Callum ODowda, J. Philogene-Bidace, Sory Kaba, and Sheyi Ojo will all start for The Bluebirds in a 3-4-3 formation.



  • Bachmann
  • Andrews, Porteous, Hoedt, Kamara
  • Sarr, Kone, Choudhury, Louza, Pedro
  • Davis

Cardiff City:

  • Allsop
  • McGuinness, Kipre, Simpson
  • Ng, Rinomhota, Wintle, O’Dowda
  • Philogene, Kaba, Ojo

Betting tips

When looking at the odds on the win-draw-win market for this match, Watford can win for 2.05, Cardiff City can win for 4.2, and betting on the game ending all-square is 3.42. Those are the most aggressive market costs being presented at the ongoing time. For this match, our knowledgeable partners are tipping over 1.5 goals.

Where to watch

Watch the match on  skysports.

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