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Watford boss Gianfranco Zola admits he is wary of Wolverhampton Wanderers ahead of tonight's Championship clash
7:00am Friday 1st March 2013 in Sport
Watford boss Gianfranco Zola says there are two things about tonight's match against Wolves that he doesn't like.
"One is that Wolves are struggling," he said. "And the second one is that they have quality in the team."
Wolves are winless in their last 11 matches and have sunk to 22nd in the Championship, two points afrift from safety.
Watford meanwhile are currently the form team in the division having won their last three games on the bounce and only lost one in their last nine.
But Zola is wary of his opponents and insists the Hornets will have to be at their best to take all three points.
He said: "We know it is a very dangerous game and so we are going to have to play at our best if we want to win.
"The players certainly know how important tomorrow is but also Wolves will think that too so we will have to do very well, much better than them if we want to win."
Playing on a Friday night gives Watford a headstart on their rivals this weekend and Zola is hoping that with a win under their belts, his players will be able to enjoy a more comfortable Saturday afternoon.
"It depends on what we do tomorrow," he joked.
"But yes, playing first gives us an opportunity to sit comfortably on Saturday and enjoy it."