This Premier League preview sees two of the three Super Sunday matches covered.
Firstly Watford face Stoke at Vicarage Road, with the Hornets in excellent form at home. They have suffered a recent setback against Liverpool but they have responded well to that with a win against the Premier League Champions.
Stoke come into this match in excellent form as well, with the loss against Bournemouth their first in six matches. They will be looking to bounce back as soon as possible and return to scoring ways.
Watford vs Stoke – Sunday 27th November 2016 – 12:00 - Sky Sports 1
Watford welcome Stoke to Vicarage Road on Sunday lunchtime, with the hosts looking to make it back to back wins at home.
They come into the match on the back of a 2-1 win against Champions Leicester, a result that continues the Foxes miserable away record.
A first-minute goal from Etienne Capoue ensured the Foxes got off to the worst possible start.
Robert Pereyra doubled the advantage in the 12th minute, with a classy strike ensuring that Ranieri's side tasted another defeat on the road.
Riyad Mahrez ensured there was some respectability for the visitors, stepping up to score a 15th-minute penalty.
Hornets Looking To Move On
The Hornets do come into this match in good form, with their only blemish the humbling 6-1 defeat at Anfield.
Watford have been solid at the back, during the Liverpool match they did concede more goals in one game than they had done for the prior six matches.
Watford come into this match as favourites, with home advantage informing those odds.
This will be a tough fixture for the Walter Mazzarri's side, with Stoke also in excellent recent form despite a loss in their last fixture.
The Hornets will be looking to continue their overall record against Stoke, in 24 meetings they have won 11, drawn 3 and lost 10 times.
Watford are 11/8 with Troy Deeney at 9/2 to score first.
Stoke Endure Disappointing Loss
Stoke come into this fixture on the back of a first loss in six against Bournemouth, with the Cherries winning 1-0 at the Bet365 Stadium.
The loss will have disappointed manager Mark Hughes, especially as Bojan missed the chance to level for Stoke from the penalty spot.
Ultimately Nathan Ake's header in the 26th minute was enough to give Eddie Howe's side a much needed away win.
It is the first time in six matches that Stoke have failed to score, with the Potters manager hoping they return to scoring and winning ways.
Six Games Unbeaten
Stoke have been in excellent recent form and were six games unbeaten, with three wins and three draws.
Mark Hughes will be looking for a response from his side, they will be looking for a result and performance similar to the Hull match.
They go into this match five places and five points behind the hosts Watford who are on 18 points, after their difficult start to be in 13th place is an excellent achievement.
Stoke come into this match as underdogs, despite the clubs recent excellent form in the Premier League.
This will be a tough fixture for the Mark Hughes's side, with Walter Mazzarri's men a real force in their own backyard.
Stoke's recent record against Watford is excellent, with the Potters winning their last encounter 2-1 at Vicarage Road.
Stoke are 2/1 with Wilfried Bony at 13/2 to open the scoring.
The second match in this preview sees a classy encounter between two sides who love to play in Arsenal and Bournemouth.
Arsenal come into this match in excellent form, with the Gunners unbeaten eleven matches, although they have been unable to win in the last three matches. Arsene Wenger will be wanting his side to return to winning ways in this fixture and bridge the gap between themselves and leaders Chelsea.
Bournemouth come into this match having turned the corner, they won their last match away against Stoke. They were in poor form coming into that match but Eddie Howe's side produced another excellent win. The Cherries will be looking to make history by beating Arsenal at the Emirates.
Arsenal vs Bournemouth – Sunday 27th November 2016 – 14:15 - Sky Sports 1
Arsenal welcome Bournemouth to the Emirates Stadium, with the Gunners looking to secure a first win in four matches.
The Gunners come into this match in excellent form, despite drawing at Manchester United 1-1 at the weekend.
Juan Mata opened the scoring in the 68th minute, capitalising on the dominance that the home side enjoyed.
Olivier Giroud converted Arsenal's only shot on target in the 89th minute, a result that Arsenal will have been delighted with.
Arsenal Lacking Killer Instinct
Arsenal have drawn their last three matches, with their 2-2 draw against PSG following 1-1 draws against Manchester United and Tottenham.
To come through those three tough successive fixtures is credit to the resilience of this squad, they have made excellent strides this season.
They have seriously lacked rhythm and a top class finisher in those games, it is the difference between one point and three.
Arsene Wenger's side are in an excellent position in the Premier League, they are unbeaten in their last eleven matches and just three points off the top.
Arsenal come into this match as favourites with home advantage and their excellent performances this season informing that.
The Gunners have experienced just the one defeat at home this season, they have gone up a level with their Champions League performances as well.
Arsenal come into this match in great form and with the weight of results behind them, they have never lost against Bournemouth.
Arsenal are 2/5 with Olivier Giroud at 100/30 to score first.
Howe Looking For Slice Of History
Eddie Howe's side come into this match on the back of a 1-0 win away against Stoke, a result that will have delighted the Cherries.
Ultimately, Nathan Ake's header in the 26th minute was enough to give Eddie Howe's side a much needed away win.
Stoke will feel aggrieved, especially as Bojan missed the chance to level for the Potters from the penalty spot.
Cherries In Mixed Form
Bournemouth come into this match in mixed recent form, the defeats against Sunderland and Boro meaning they come into this match looking at three defeats in four matches.
They had seemingly turned the corner after a tough start, with excellent results against Hull, Everton and Tottenham prior to the Middlesbrough result.
They are still well placed and have enjoyed a great start in their bid for survival, the win against Stoke could inspire another run for Howe.
Recent poor results mean Bournemouth go into this match as underdogs, they have never won a game against Arsenal in the Premier League.
They will be looking to register their fifth win of the season, they will be looking to register a third win in seven.
Bournemouth will be looking to avoid a sixth defeat of the season, a win could take them level with Watford who are in 8th.
Bournemouth are 6/1 with Callum Wilson at 9/1 to open the scoring.
Tip 1 – Arnautovic to score first @ 7/1 and a 1-1 draw @ 5/1
Tip 2 – Sanchez to score first @ 7/2 and Arsenal to win 3-1 @ 9/1