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    Watford v Swansea

    Watford v Swansea, Wednesday 6th March, 19:45
    Crucial back to back wins against Sunderland and Blackburn are in the bag but we canít relax as we are still only four points from the drop zone due to teams around us in the table winning on Saturday as well.
    Two away games coming up this week against sides with indifferent form, Watford on Wednesday night and Bristol City next Sunday lunchtime.
    Watford are in their second season in the Championship after relegation from the top flight. With only one win in their last 8 games they are struggling and have lost their last three home games. Their new manager this season is Valerian Ismael. His job is on the line according to media reports after the latest defeat at Millwall last Saturday. He is Watfordís ninth manager in the last four years.
    Unfortunately the Swans will be without key in-form player Jamie Paterson. He went of injured on Saturday after scoring the winning goal, but with Josh Key, Harrison Ashby, Bashir Humphreys, Azeem Abdulai and Jamal Lowe all back from injury the squad is looking that much stronger again.
    We must try and continue our mini winning streak and pick up some more points this week before the big one against our fierce rivals Cardiff on Sat 16th March.

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    The teams

    Swans:
    Carl Rushworth, Jay Fulton, Ben Cabango, Harry Darling, Matt Grimes (c), Jerry Yates, Jamie Paterson, Josh Tymon, Przemyslaw Placheta, Nathan Wood, Ronald
    Subs:
    Andy Fisher, Josh Key, Joe Allen, Jamal Lowe, Charlie Patino, Liam Cullen, Kyle Naughton, Ollie Cooper, Azeem Abdulai.*

    Watford:
    Daniel Bachmann, Wesley Hoedt (c), Ryan Porteous, Jamal Lewis, Jake Livermore, Ken Sema, Yaser Asprilla, Vakoun Bayo, Tom Dele-Bashiru, Emmanuel Dennis, Ryan Andrews
    Subs:
    Ben Hamer, Francisco Sierralta, Tom Ince, Mileta Rajovic, Ismael Kone, Mattie Pollock, Gorgi Chakvetadze, Matheus Martins, Edo KayembeWe

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    Watford 1 (Hoedte 57í) - Swansea 1 (Andrews 18í o.g.)
    Swansea dominated the first-half but only had a lucky own goal to show for theit endeavours when they should have been 2 or 3 goals up.
    I donít know what LW says to the players at half-time but the disintegration second-half of matches has become a pattern.
    Watford, who hadnít won at home since last October were all over us and were unlucky not to win.
    Yates poor yet again and was subbed, Ronald ran out of steam and was subbed. Patino and Lowe weak when they came on, only bright spot Allen replacing Fulton.
    Two points dropped in the relegation race

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    How disappointing was that. A game of two halves for the third game in a row. This time we failed to score after some good chances went begging, relying on the own goal for the draw.
    First half should have been three or four up, second half lucky to get the draw.

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    Normally it would be considered a good point away from home, but Watford have been very poor this season especially at home.
    Swans had a couple of wins under their belt and expectations were high, so the second half was frustrating to watch after outplaying Watford most of the first-half.

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