Trip to Queens Park Rangers is 'massive' for Watford as they chase a play-off place

Beppe Sannino with QPR boss Harry Redknapp when the teams met earlier this season. Picture: Action Images.

Beppe Sannino with QPR boss Harry Redknapp when the teams met earlier this season. Picture: Action Images.

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Watford Observer: Photograph of the Author by , Deputy Group Sports Editor

Beppe Sannino described Watford’s game with Queens Park Rangers as “massive” and stressed his team must take points from all four of their remaining matches if they want to keep their play-off hopes alive.

The Hornets are five points below the top six, with a game in hand, heading into this afternoon’s contest with QPR, who are nine points above seventh-placed Reading.

Sannino said: “I think it will be a very good game because QPR are comfortably in the play-offs but still have to win the game.

“And because we want to go into the play-offs, I think it will be a good game. And I hope there will be goals.

“The only way to still dream is to get points everywhere so it is a massive game for us.”

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9:43am Mon 21 Apr 14

mellow yellow says...

The Qpr/Watford games usually throw up something interesting: tommy smith's debut goal, nick wright's stunning volley, the farce of the twice taken penalty...nothing less than three points will do to keep this (torturous) dream alive. Come on.
The Qpr/Watford games usually throw up something interesting: tommy smith's debut goal, nick wright's stunning volley, the farce of the twice taken penalty...nothing less than three points will do to keep this (torturous) dream alive. Come on. mellow yellow
  • Score: 10

10:04am Mon 21 Apr 14

Bringe says...

mellow yellow wrote:
The Qpr/Watford games usually throw up something interesting: tommy smith's debut goal, nick wright's stunning volley, the farce of the twice taken penalty...nothing less than three points will do to keep this (torturous) dream alive. Come on.
Furlong celebrating his miss while Youngy lashes it in at the other end ....
Priceless!
[quote][p][bold]mellow yellow[/bold] wrote: The Qpr/Watford games usually throw up something interesting: tommy smith's debut goal, nick wright's stunning volley, the farce of the twice taken penalty...nothing less than three points will do to keep this (torturous) dream alive. Come on.[/p][/quote]Furlong celebrating his miss while Youngy lashes it in at the other end .... Priceless! Bringe
  • Score: 5

10:26am Mon 21 Apr 14

younghornet says...

Bringe wrote:
mellow yellow wrote:
The Qpr/Watford games usually throw up something interesting: tommy smith's debut goal, nick wright's stunning volley, the farce of the twice taken penalty...nothing less than three points will do to keep this (torturous) dream alive. Come on.
Furlong celebrating his miss while Youngy lashes it in at the other end ....
Priceless!
Not forgetting Lloydiniho's wonder header
[quote][p][bold]Bringe[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mellow yellow[/bold] wrote: The Qpr/Watford games usually throw up something interesting: tommy smith's debut goal, nick wright's stunning volley, the farce of the twice taken penalty...nothing less than three points will do to keep this (torturous) dream alive. Come on.[/p][/quote]Furlong celebrating his miss while Youngy lashes it in at the other end .... Priceless![/p][/quote]Not forgetting Lloydiniho's wonder header younghornet
  • Score: 8

10:56am Mon 21 Apr 14

bristol hornet says...

Can Angella play today now that he has received TEN yellow cards just like Cassetti?

There is no mention of this on this forum or the WFC website.
Can Angella play today now that he has received TEN yellow cards just like Cassetti? There is no mention of this on this forum or the WFC website. bristol hornet
  • Score: 2

12:22pm Mon 21 Apr 14

poole-horn says...

bristol hornet wrote:
Can Angella play today now that he has received TEN yellow cards just like Cassetti?

There is no mention of this on this forum or the WFC website.
I think the cut off point for 10 yellows passed last weekend so he should be ok.
[quote][p][bold]bristol hornet[/bold] wrote: Can Angella play today now that he has received TEN yellow cards just like Cassetti? There is no mention of this on this forum or the WFC website.[/p][/quote]I think the cut off point for 10 yellows passed last weekend so he should be ok. poole-horn
  • Score: 5

12:32pm Mon 21 Apr 14

bristol hornet says...

poole-horn wrote:
bristol hornet wrote:
Can Angella play today now that he has received TEN yellow cards just like Cassetti?

There is no mention of this on this forum or the WFC website.
I think the cut off point for 10 yellows passed last weekend so he should be ok.
Many Thanks.

I hope you are right.

Three more points today please lads!
[quote][p][bold]poole-horn[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bristol hornet[/bold] wrote: Can Angella play today now that he has received TEN yellow cards just like Cassetti? There is no mention of this on this forum or the WFC website.[/p][/quote]I think the cut off point for 10 yellows passed last weekend so he should be ok.[/p][/quote]Many Thanks. I hope you are right. Three more points today please lads! bristol hornet
  • Score: 0

1:06pm Mon 21 Apr 14

pete50 says...

15 for automatic suspension after Millwall game.
15 for automatic suspension after Millwall game. pete50
  • Score: 0

2:37pm Mon 21 Apr 14

Man from Pinner says...

bristol hornet wrote:
Can Angella play today now that he has received TEN yellow cards just like Cassetti?

There is no mention of this on this forum or the WFC website.
He can play. tenth card after cut off date.
[quote][p][bold]bristol hornet[/bold] wrote: Can Angella play today now that he has received TEN yellow cards just like Cassetti? There is no mention of this on this forum or the WFC website.[/p][/quote]He can play. tenth card after cut off date. Man from Pinner
  • Score: 0

2:37pm Mon 21 Apr 14

Man from Pinner says...

bristol hornet wrote:
Can Angella play today now that he has received TEN yellow cards just like Cassetti?

There is no mention of this on this forum or the WFC website.
He can play. tenth card after cut off date.
[quote][p][bold]bristol hornet[/bold] wrote: Can Angella play today now that he has received TEN yellow cards just like Cassetti? There is no mention of this on this forum or the WFC website.[/p][/quote]He can play. tenth card after cut off date. Man from Pinner
  • Score: 0

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