Watford move out of relegation places with win away at Bournemouth

Howe hoping for fitness boost as Bournemouth host Watford

Howe hoping for fitness boost as Bournemouth host Watford

This is a crucial game in the Premier League relegation battle and Watford have aspirations to end the day outside of the bottom three for the first time this season.

Captain Troy Deeney rifled an effort home with 25 minutes to go before substitute Pereyra added an injury-time third to wrap up a victory which allowed Watford to leapfrog Bournemouth in the table.

Champions Manchester City can move to second if they win at Aston Villa in the day's late match. Aaron Ramsdale, Chris Mepham, Diego Rico and Lewis Cook left. Adam Masina replaced the injured Kiko Femenia, while Adrian Mariappa entered for Christian Kabasele suspended.

Sarr delighted in the video game's finest possibility throughout a strained very first fifty percent, shooting simply broad of Travers' left- hand blog post when played with the right network by Deeney.

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The Watford wideman after that blinked a strong sphere throughout package, which Doucoure brought under his control prior to shooting past Travers.

Manger Eddie Howe, who saw his side booed off at half-time, opined: "There wasn't a lot in it, but I think the goal seemed to give them a lift them and seemed to deflate us and we never recovered from that moment".

After Sarr and also Deulofeu both repudiated nice opportunities, Deeney made indisputable as he shattered his side 2 in advance when the sphere dropped kindly to him inside package. Roberto Pereyra added a third in stoppage time.

Bournemouth will face a trip to the Norwich fighters next Saturday (3pm start), while Watford will have a repeat of the FA Cup against Tranmere on Tuesday (7.45pm start) before the Hornets host the Spurs next Saturday (start at 12.30pm).

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