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Watford 12:30 Leicester

At Vicarage Road, Watford is very precarious in the bottom group of the group. Will the Foxes make the opponent hate as much as they won 2-0 in the first leg to narrow the gap with the second place in the table. Or Watford will win the fourth match in a row at his home to increase the distance with the danger zone.

Craig Dawson returned to the sidelines last weekend after injury and the England veteran would be a good choice for Watford's conceded defense of 44 goals this season. Daryl Janmaat and Gerard Deulofeu are Watford's only current injury concerns. Deulofeu is the number one drill of the Deer Deer this season when there are 4 goals and 5 assists and the Spanish player has to stop the season is a huge loss. Watford has seen more than 2.5 goals in 9 of the last 10 home games against Leicester in all competitions. Watford has kept a clean sheet in 5 of their last 7 home games (Premier League) and they have scored at least 2 goals in 8 of their last 10 home games against Leicester in every tournament. Watford has won all three home games against Leicester and Watford has scored at least 2 goals in 5 of their last 6 home games (Premier League). Watford failed to capitalize on their 3-0 win over Liverpool and lost to Crystal Palace last weekend. The Hornets are only more than red lights in goal difference.

Jamie Vardy came off the bench to score two goals against Aston Villa on Monday, end his thirst for goals and break through the scorer with 19 goals. Brendan Rodgers expects Ben Chilwell to be close to full fitness after missing a comfortable win over Villa but how soon James Justin could keep his place after impressing as a left-back. Youri Tielemans has been taken out of midfield by Dennis Praet and Marc Albrighton can also hold his position on the right wing before Ayoze Perez. Nampalys Mendy returned after Villa after 6 weeks of injury to enhance options in Rodgers' midfield.