Saturday, May 11th, 2013
Watford take on Leicester in the Championship play-off semi-final second leg with the visitors 1-0 up thanks to a late David Nugent goal.
Vicarage Road will be hoping for a better result than the last time Watford played at home, when they lost 2-1 to Leeds, with automatic promotion still a possibility on the final day of the Championship season.
Leicester’s win at Nottingham Forest to reach the play-offs and then the subsequent advantage from the first leg means they may well have the confidence to finish the job on Sunday lunch time (kick off: 12.30 UK).
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Leicester will be hoping striker David Nugent continues his fine goal scoring run against Watford. The one-cap England striker has scored against the Hornets home and way for the past two seasons and also notched against them for the likes of Portsmouth and Preston.
The only possible change likely to be employed by Nigel Pearson for this match is bringing in fit again Paul Konchesky for Jeff Schlupp.
Watford meanwhile, have striker Troy Deeley available again with manager Gianfranco Zola tipped to field Manuel Almunia in goal again.
The Hornets have not played at the new Wembley before and have never overturned a first leg lead in the play-offs.