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- Watford got their promotion push back on track after their unexpected midweek setback at Bristol City by coming from behind to beat Bolton Wanderers 2-1 at Vicarage Road
- After Troy Deeney had missed an early chance to give the hosts the lead, it was the visitors who made the breakthrough when former Hornets striker Marvin Sordell converted a penalty after Daniel Pudil had fouled Sam Ricketts in the area
Bolton’s lead was to last just four minutes though, and once against it was Matej Vydra who was on the scoresheet with his 19th of the season after beating Adam Bodgan inside his near post
What proved to be the decisive moment came with 20 minutes remaining when a neat cross-field build-up involving Nathaniel Chalobah, Almen Abdi and Vydra ended with the Swiss midfielder slotting home his seventh of the campaign
Watford: Almunia; Doyley, Hall, Ekstrand (Nosworthy 78); Cassetti, Battocchio (Eustace 90), Chalobah (Hall 84), Abdi, Pudil; Deeney, Vydra. Not used: Murray, Bond, Forestieri and Geijo.
Bolton Wanderers line-up:
Bogdan; Ricketts, Knight, Ream, Alonso; Vela (C Davies 76), Spearing; Lee, Pratley, Eagles (De Ridder 76); Sordell (K Davies 76). Not used: N’Gog, Wylde, Dawson and Lonergan.