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Forestieri back for Watford

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Fernando Forestieri is fit for Watford's clash with Birmingham but Matthew Connolly is a doubt.

Striker Forestieri will be added to the squad for the first time in a month after overcoming a knee injury.

Defender Connolly could miss out, however, after he was substituted due to a tight hamstring during Wednesday's 3-1 win at Nottingham Forest.

Joel Ekstrand and Sean Murray remain on the sidelines with long-term knee injuries.

Diego Fabbrini and Lloyd Dyer are ineligible for Birmingham under the terms...

 By PA Sport

Watford go third, one point off top spot with win at 10-man Nottingham Forest

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Odion Ighalo celebrates opening the scoring for Watford on Wednesday evening.

Watford moved back into third spot and within a point of the top of the Championship by overcoming 10-man Nottingham Forest 3-1 at the City Ground.

Goals from Odion Ighalo and Matthew Connolly handed the Hornets a comfortable half-time lead, but the home side -- despite losing defender Kelvin Wilson to a red card -- produced a spirited fightback and clawed a goal back through Gary Gardner.

Michail Antonio missed a late sitter for the hosts, though, and Watford sealed victory when Almen Abdi added...

Hornets remain in promotion picture

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Matej Vydra's superb volley helped keep Watford on the trail for automatic promotion as they recorded a 2-0 victory over a spirited Millwall side, who sank further into relegation trouble.

Millwall were on top for much of the first half but a stunning hit from Vydra saw the Hornets take in a slender advantage at half-time.

Aiden O'Brien was a constant menace for the hosts - who had an early penalty shout turned down - but Watford were far too clinical, as Adlene Guedioura slotted a vital second goal...

Watford beat Middlesbrough to move to top of Championship table

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Striker Troy Deeney applauds the home fans after Watford's win over Middlesbrough.

Troy Deeney became the first player in Watford history to score 20 goals in three consecutive seasons as the Hornets beat leaders Middlesbrough 2-0 to go top of the Championship.

The Watford skipper's historic moment came in the 37th minute when he converted an Adlene Guedioura cross before the home side made the points safe with a stunning second from Odion Ighalo midway through the...

Hornets have to settle for a point

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Watford missed out on the chance to go top of the Sky Bet Championship with a 2-2 draw at Derby.

The Hornets battled back from going behind and having Marco Motta sent off to grab a 2-2 draw and deny the hosts, who lost ground in the race for automatic promotion.

The visitors struck first through Matej Vydra but the game changed when Motta tripped Johnny Russell and Darren Bent equalised from the spot near the end of the first half.

When Tom Ince scored a superb individual goal early in the second half,...