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Live football streaming: Watch Wolves v Watford in the Championship
- February 28, 2013
Surely Dean Saunders can’t go nine games without a win? Sadly, of course he can.
Wolves’ season is teetering on the verge of complete chaos one of English football’s most famous clubs is embroiled in a fierce relegation dogfight as high-flying Watford arrive at Molineux on Friday night.
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The weekend fixtures in the Championship kicks off with a top versus bottom clash as second-places Watford head to third-bottom Wolves.
Wolves’ campaign had been a nightmare.
After getting relegated from the Premier League last season many observers tipped the Midlanders to be amongst the promotion pack before the season started, however mid-table anonmity would currently be a blessing for the famous gold shirts.
Wolves have collected a shocking 35 points from 34 games this season, with the club registering only nine wins so far. Having secured only 24 points throughout the course of the 2011-12 season, Wolves have undoubtedly lost the winning feeling, and few would be shocked if the Hornets collect all three points this weekend.
Making Wolves’ form all the more depressing is the supposed quality of players still on the club’s books. Karl Henry, Jamie O’Hara, Kevin Doyle and Sylvain Ebanks-Blake are all players with big name reputations however all have failed to excel in the second tier of English football.
By contrast Gianfranco Zola’s charges are over-achieving big-time with seven wins in their last nine matches.
Nathan Chalobah (on loan from Chelsea) and Matej Vydra (on loan from Udinese) have both been revelations for Watford this campaign, and many punters will be backing an away win at Wolves.