Watford v Owls
5 March 2013
7.45pm kick off
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Owls: Defender Reda Johnson (ankle) will remain sidelined for the Owls.
Following Wednesday's home clash against Nottingham Forest on Saturday, manager Dave Jones has reported a number of minor injury concerns - all of which will be given a late assessment ahead of the trip to Watford.
Watford: Hornets keeper Manuel Almunia (hamstring) is a doubt for Watford.
Jonathan Bond was the man between the sticks last time out against Wolves and could be handed the gloves on Tuesday.
Watford will be aiming to break back into the automatic promotion positions after dropping to third at the weekend.
Head to head
27 November 2012
Owls 1-4 Watford
(Antonio 3; Forestieri 18, Geijo 67, Deeney 75, Yeates 83)
View fro the dugout
Dave Jones said: “I would rather play the top teams because we seem to play better against them. We know all about Watford, they are a very good side but we can be a good side too. The next few games will show how far we have come.”
Gianfranco Zola said: "What will be important to us is how the players react to what happened at Wolves. What they show us on Tuesday evening will tell us a lot."