Watford's rearranged Under-21 Premier League Cup tie against Reading to be played behind closed doors

Tom Rosenthal is one of those who could play for Watford Under-21s tomorrow. Picture: Holly Cant

Tom Rosenthal is one of those who could play for Watford Under-21s tomorrow. Picture: Holly Cant

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Fans will be unable to attend Watford's Under-21 Premier League Cup match against Reading tomorrow (Friday) as the rearranged fixture is to be played behind closed doors at the Royals' training ground.

The last 16 tie was orginally due to be played at Basingstoke Town but has been called off three times because of the weather.

Kick-off tomorrow at Hogwood Park is 1pm and the winners will face a trip to Wolverhampton Wanderers in the quarter-finals.

The young Hornets have beaten Bristol Rovers, Plymouth Argyle and Swansea City in previous rounds.

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