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# How big an impact can tonight’s game between West Ham and Watford have on the relegation picture?

A relegation six-pointer is set to take place tonight as [team 1] hosts [team 25] at the London Stadium (details: [fixture 11867585]). The situation is unique as a draw would favor both sides, with both being leveled on points. If there is a winner at full time, then the relegation fight will still be on for the losing side. As of now, the difference between the 17th and 18th is 3 points. A draw tonight won’t favor [team 52] and [team 15] as their chances of surviving will take a huge blow.

As of the game, both sides are coming in on the back of good wins. West Ham‘s [player 1922] has been on fire since the restart. It is quite surprising that he has been involved in 78% of his side’s goals since the restart. He scored all of West Ham’s four goals against [team 33] in an excellent display by the Hammers. West Ham have been playing well since their surprise win against [team 18] (details and statistics: [fixture 11867545]).

Watford meanwhile, started very badly by picking up just a point in their first four games after the restart (details and statistics: [fixture 11867524]). The picture has now changed as they have won consecutive games for only the second time this season beating Norwich and [team 20] in the process. [player 1250] stepped for his side and converted two penalties against Newcastle United. They don’t have any individual bang in form like [player 1922]. Still, they play as a strong defensive unit, and it suits them well.

The winner tonight will surely be safe; the loser will be in the fight. A draw would be a bad result for the teams below them. It’s a tough one to predict as both sides have been consistently poor. West Ham battered Norwich, and Watford have two wins in a row, but as the [league 8] is, it can be anyone’s game.

The winner tonight will surely be safe; the loser will be in the fight. A draw would be a bad result for the teams below them