WEST BROMWICH, England — It was the same old Watford vs. West Brom match, but with a twist.
Watford are currently on their worst run in Premier League history, while West Brom are on their best.
Wigan Athletic and Cardiff City are also facing off, with Watford and West Brom set to meet for the first time in more than a decade.
And the Hornets will try to extend their unbeaten run at home to 10 matches as they host the Baggies at the Emirates on Saturday.
West Brom are currently bottom of the Premier League with just three wins and three draws in six matches.
Wembley Stadium was packed for the last time on Sunday night, with more than 70,000 fans expected to attend the game.
It was a crowd that will surely not forget.
Wolves manager Sean Dyche spoke about the mood at the Vicarage Road ground after the draw with Watfield.
“We are at a point where it’s not a very good time to be at home, especially when you’re playing the top teams in Europe,” Dyche said.
“I’m sure we’ll see a lot of people, we’ve got some great fans who are going to be on the ground and the stadium will be full, and we’ll get the opportunity to see some of the best football in Europe.”
Wolves are one of three teams in the Premier Loew’s top five, with the others Manchester United and Everton.
West Ham United were also in the top five on Saturday, while Tottenham Hotspur and Leicester City are in the bottom three.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are one point behind Watford in the standings, while Newcastle United are two points behind them in the table.