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Watch automatic promotion hunting Watford welcome Leeds on the final day of the season (04/05/2013)
Watford go into the final day of the season needing a positive result against Leeds (1245 GMT) and hoping Hull slip up at home to Cardiff
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It’s promotion D-Day in the Championship as Watford and Hull battle it out for the second promotion spot at their respective home grounds.
Watford welcome mid-table Leeds to Vicarage Road, a team who haven’t picked up a win on the road in twelve outings.
Only one point behind 2nd placed Hull, a draw for Watford and a loss for Hull would bring promotion to the Southerners, as they have a much better goal difference.
Rodoph Austin and El Hadji Diouf are out serving suspensions for Leeds and defender Sam Byram misses out through injury.
Watford pulled off an outstanding 6-1 victory at Elland Road earlier this season but new manger Brian McDermott will expect more resilience from his newly inherited side.
The Hornets under Gianfranco Zola, have become renowned for their goalscoring exploits. With the best attack in the league, they’ll be looking to finish their season with a bang.
- Updated: May 1, 2013