The FA Cup
Watford vs Wolves
4:00pm Sunday 7th April
Roberto Pereyra may be a doubt for Watford’s solfa syllable Cup semi-final against Wolves at city district on Sunday (kick-off 4pm) thanks to a hip injury.
Pereyra has been unable to coach since the 4-1 Premier League finish over Fulham on weekday and his fitness is being monitored closely.
Tom Cleverley is unquestionably out owing to a calf downside, however patriarch Success and Adalberto Penaranda might endure various knee and hamstring issues in time.
Watford area unit battling with Wolves to end the Premier League season in seventh place,
with a spot within the Galilean satellite League the prize on supply, and manager Javi Gracia is hoping to continue an excellent campaign by reaching the solfa syllable final.
“We’ll decide within the next day the most effective eleven, however i am continually asked regarding changes and what players i will be able to place within the initial eleven.
I simply continually try and select the most effective eleven and this game isn’t any completely different,” Gracia aforementioned.
Diogo Jota is fit Wolves once shaking off associate mortise joint downside picked up within the 2-1 persuade Manchester United on weekday.
John Ruddy can continue in goal once that includes all told of Wolves’ solfa syllable Cup games this season.
Boss Nuno Espirito Santo has additionally told his players to play the sport and not the occasion,
saying: “Everybody is aware of what it might mean, however we’ve got to play it rather like another game, then build it special to form one thing happen – play the sport.
H2H Watford vs Wolves
This will be the eighth FA Cup match between Watford and Wolves, with the Hornets winning just one of the seven previous encounters – a 3-0 victory in the fifth round in February 1980.
Wolves’ second biggest FA Cup victory came against Watford back in January 1912, thrashing the then non-league outfit 10-0 in a first-round replay.
Watford have only lost one of their last five matches against Wolves in all competitions (W2 D2), a 0-1 defeat at Vicarage Road in December 2014 in the Championship.
Score Prediction: Watford 2-1 Wolves