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Monday, 26 December 2011

Watford v Cardiff Online Free Live Stream Npower Championship Preview -26 Dec-2011,12:00 CET

Watford v Cardiff Online Free Live Stream Npower Championship Preview -26 Dec-2011,12:00 CET.Otherwise, boss Sean Dyche is not expected to have any new injury or suspension concerns.Cardiff midfielders Don Cowie (calf-strain) and Joe Ralls (knee) could return to the starting line-up.Watch Watford v Cardiff Live Stream Online Npower Championship 2011 Video Free The match will take plcae at the in on Saturday 26/12/11 Preview Pictures and Wallpapers its mean all things are available in my blog please see and check here for latest things for you thanks.Watch Free Watford v Cardiff Stream Free Online Video Of Npower Championship Saturday,26 Dec-2011 Kickoff and Time Table scheduled for 12:00 CET.Npower Championship ,Watch Video Online Live Stream,Watch Watford v Cardiff Live Streaming Video ,Watford v Cardiff Stream,Watford v Cardiff Live free,Watford v Cardiff Streaming,Watford v Cardiff Live, Watch Watford v Cardiff online,Watford v Cardiff online, Watford v Cardiff Results,Npower Championship Fixtures.Peter Whittingham is expected to shrug off a knee complaint but they will be without Stephen McPhail (knee). Head-to-head
• This is the 50th meeting in all competitions. Watford have won 18 of the previous 49 and Cardiff 20.
• Four goals were scored by the winners in each of last season's meetings in the Championship, which were both won by the club playing at home.
• Cardiff also put four goals past the Hornets when they last won at Vicarage Road in October 2009.
• 18th placed Watford are on a six-match unbeaten sequence (W2, D4), and are without defeat in five at Vicarage Road, picking up 11 points out of 15 subsequent to Crystal Palace's victorious visit on 15 October.
• The Hornets have won only one Boxing Day fixture in 13 years (2005).
• If selected, Adrian Mariappa will be making his 200th league appearance for Watford, and Lloyd Doyley his 350th appearance in Hornets colours.
Cardiff City
• One point from two games has seen Cardiff lose ground, and drop to fifth place, five points outside the top two.
• But Malky Mackay takes his current side to his former club, looking to stretch their unbeaten away league sequence to six games, having won two and drawn three on the road since their odd goal in seven defeat at Peterborough on 18 October.
• Last year's 2-0 triumph over Coventry was Cardiff's first Boxing Day victory since 1999.

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