Watford v Owls
Sky Bet Championship
14 December 2013
This game is all ticket and supporters have until 3.00pm on Friday 13 December to make their purchase. Places still remain on the Inter City Owl, priced at £24 for adults and £23 juniors.
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Owls: David Prutton has been ruled out for three months following an ankle operation.
Giles Coke (hamstring) remains unavailable, while Lewis Buxton (groin) and Michail Antonio (knee) are unlikely to feature at Vicarage Road.
Watford: Almen Abdi (foot) is in contention following his return to training last week. The midfielder had suffered a lengthy spell on the sidelines.
Ikechi Anya returned from a thigh injury last time out against Leeds and could feature again on Saturday.
The Hornets have lost their previous four games on home soil.
Latest from Sky Bet
Owls to win 1-0 12/1
1-1 draw 13/2
Draw at half time, Sheffield Wednesday win at full time 9/1
Owls win by exactly two goals 16/1
Jacques Maghoma to score the first goal 11/1
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5 March 2013
Watford 2-1 Owls
(Forestieri 53, 63; Antonio 19)
Head to head
One to watch – Troy Deeney
The Hornets striker was back amongst the goals last weekend, scoring twice against Leeds as Watford earned a point in the 3-3 draw. Deeney’s tally is now up to nine for the season.