The Hornets were the Championships best away team and can put last weekend's let-down behind them with a King Power Stadium win
Football news, features, previews and more can be found right here at Coral News. After an exciting Euro 2016, we now look ahead to a brand new Premier League season. How will champions Leicester fare this time around?
PSG are 2/1 favourites to sign the Manchester United man, with Chelsea and Bayern Munich close behind in the betting
Coral opened betting on who would succeed Alex Ferguson on 31st January 2001 making it the longest running betting market ever
Spurs have a woeful record at the Bridge and their generous road defence will ensure Chelsea's eight-match home win run continues
Jose Mourinho 11/8 and David Moyes 7/4 lead the betting after the news that Sir Alex Ferguson will retire at the end of 2013/14
The most successful Premiership manager since the Premier League's inception in 1992 will bow out after the final game of the season.
Along with Norwich and Newcastle the Cottagers are in the worst form of the eight sides who can still be relegated from the Premier League
Swansea have achieved all they set out to with safety assured and a trophy in the bank and Wigan's hunger should see them through
The Potters have hit a spot of form of late and they can scrape past a home side robbed of goalscorers Stephane Sessegnon and Steven Fletcher
The Seagulls ended the season in decisive fashion, unlike their play-off adversaries Watford, Crystal Palace and Leicester