Betting tips: Arsenal v Watford prediction, kick-off time and betting preview

We take a look at the best betting offers and odds ahead of Arsenal v Watford in the FA Cup and offer a prediction for the game

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Can Arsenal beat Watford on Sunday afternoon? Photo: Betfair

Arsenal take on Watford at Emirates Stadium on Sunday afternoon looking to book their place in the semi-finals of the FA Cup.

Arsene Wenger’s men successfully secured their place in the last eight thanks to their thumping 4-0 win over Hull on Tuesday night, when goals from Olivier Giroud and Theo Walcott earned victory.

The north London side are looking to win the FA Cup for the third season running and are expected to have too much for the Hornets at Emirates Stadium this weekend.

Arsenal have struggled to find form in recent weeks but showed some of the grit they have been accused of lacking when they came from a goal down to earn a 2-2 draw at Tottenham in the Premier League last weekend.

The Gunners will also be aiming to warm up for their Champions League trip to Barcelona next week with victory over Watford.

Here, we take a look through some of the best betting odds and new customers offers ahead of Arsenal v Watford in the FA Cup on Sunday lunchtime.

Please note: All of the betting offers featured in this post are time-limited and are subject to removal.

Arsenal to beat Watford – 4/1

Arsenal are currently priced as the heavy 4/7 favourites to beat Watford at The Emirates in Sunday’s quarter-final clash. However, for those who are backing the Gunners to beat the visitors, Betfair are enhancing the Arsenal victory to 4/1 for new customers. Click here to sign up for this offer now.

Treble the odds on any bet on Arsenal v Watford

For those who are feeling a little bit more creative ahead of Sunday’s FA Cup quarter-final 888sport are offering all new customers treble the odds on any bet ahead of the game. Simply open an account through the link below and you will qualify for the special offer. Click here to sign up for this offer now.

Spurs, West Ham and Real Madrid to win – 25/1

There are a number of other top teams also in action on Sunday, and Paddy Power are offering new customers a big enhancement to 25/1 on Tottenham, West Ham and Real Madrid all to win their games. Tottenham travel to struggling Aston Villa, West Ham face Manchester United, and Real Madrid play Las Palmas in La Liga. Click here to sign up for this offer now.

Arsenal v Watford prediction

Although Arsenal have faced their fair share of criticism in recent weeks, the Gunners are likely to have too much for the visitors on Sunday. The promise of a third straight FA Cup title should be enough to motivate Arsene Wenger’s men. The Sport Review says: 2-0.

What time does Arsenal v Watford kick off?

Arsenal’s FA Cup quarter-final clash with Watford kicks off at 13:30 GMT on Sunday 13 March 2016. The game is live on BT Sport in the UK.

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