Around six million pounds could be riding on Watford's league position in this Sunday's final round of Premier League matches.

The Hornets host West Ham United at Vicarage Road and will be hoping to finish as high up the table as possible.

With every league position higher carrying an extra incentive of £1.9 million pounds, a strong finish to the season could have big financial implications for the club.

The lowest Watford can finish in the table on Sunday would be 11th, meaning the minimum amount of prize money they can recoup from the league this season is £19,312,680.

However, should results fall in their favour, an eighth place finish is still possible, which would earn the Golden Boys a total of £25,106,484.

Currently, there are three teams who could finish in eighth spot, with Everton and Leicester City also in contention.

Watford look least likely, as they need to beat West Ham and hope that Tottenham beat Everton with both results shifting a huge 12 goal difference, while Leicester would have to not win against Chelsea.

Realistically, ninth is Watford's best case scenario, which would earn the club a total of £23,175,216.