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 By Nick Ames

Watford's Premier League promotion: Five things to know about the club

Watford took charge of the race for promotion in 2015.

The Premier League will welcome Watford back for the 2015-16 season after Slavisa Jokanovic's men sealed promotion from the League Championship at the weekend. Here are five things to know about the north-west London club.

How have they done it?

By timing their run to perfection. Watford's mid-season form was nothing to write home about: they lost four consecutive games in November and were fifth at the turn of the year. But something clicked after a 2-0 defeat to promotion rivals Bournemouth on...

By ESPN Staff

Watford seal promotion to Premier League after victory at Brighton

Watford players celebrate victory at Brighton, with their promotion confirmed a few hours later.

Watford are back in the Premier League for the first time since 2006-07 after they won 2-0 at Brighton and other results went their way.

The Hornets, playing in the first Championship game of the day, went in front on the south coast through Troy Deeney and sealed the points when Matej Vydra struck on the break in stoppage time.