AFC Bournemouth assistant manager Jason Tindall believes the Cherries match at Dean Court against Watford should be an exciting game.
The Cherries are the Championships leading goalscorers, over the course of the season to date they have averaged 2.11 goals per game, whilst conceding 1.04.
Those statistics drop at Dean Court however, with 1.92 goals scored per game with 1.31 goals conceded.
In comparison, Watford over the course of the season so far average 2.07 goals per game, whilst conceding 1.15.
Away from home their attack drops to 1.62, whilst their defence has remained consistent at 1.15.
With both sides liking to attack, Tindall believes it could be a good game for the Sky Sports cameras.
Tindall told the Daily Echo…
‘…They are on a fantastic run at the moment, they are in form and scoring goals. We are currently top of the table and the leading goalscorers in the country so it should make for an exciting game.
“As a player, you want to perform well in every game.
‘But, when the game is on telly, it is being showed nationally and possibly internationally and it is a great opportunity for players to show how good they are and how good we are as a team.
“I am sure a lot of people will watch because we are top and they are in good form. Both teams like to attack and score goals so it has all the ingredients to be a really good game.”
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