News & Match Reports
1:11pm Saturday 25th April 2015
Troy Deeney has come up with a captain’s goal for Watford at Brighton and Hove Albion and it is a strike that means the Hornets lead the Seagulls 1-0 at half time of their crucial Championship clash.
5:21pm Saturday 18th April 2015
Watford are top of the Championship with two games to go after beating Birmingham City 1-0 while Bournemouth were pegged back at the death by Sheffield Wednesday on another dramatic Championship afternoon.
3:59pm Saturday 18th April 2015
Watford have had the best chances during the first half of their Championship clash with Birmingham City but the game is goalless at the interval.
9:58pm Wednesday 15th April 2015
Watford have sealed their place in the Championship play-offs with three games to play. It’s a fine achievement but the Hornets want more this season. They want automatic promotion and the Golden Boys remain in the race for a top two finish after defeating Nottingham Forest 3-1 this evening.
8:38pm Wednesday 15th April 2015
Watford currently lead Nottingham Forest 2-0 at half-time and know another goal would move them back into the automatic promotion places.
5:05pm Saturday 11th April 2015
Watford didn’t play particularly well but it was a case of another job done as they beat Millwall 2-0 to move within a goal of moving back into second place in the table with four games of the season remaining.
4:09pm Saturday 11th April 2015
Watford lead Millwall 1-0 at half time of their Championship clash at The Den thanks to Matej Vydra’s sumptuous volley.
2:43pm Monday 6th April 2015
Troy Deeney made history on one of the most memorable days of the season so far as Watford produced a superb complete display to beat leaders Middlesbrough 2-0 and take over at the top ahead of the mid-afternoon kick-offs.
1:26pm Monday 6th April 2015
Troy Deeney controlled and slotted his shot underneath Middlesbrough goalkeeper Dimi Konstantopoulos. It is goal which has given Watford a 1-0 lead at half time of their important Championship clash.
10:04pm Friday 3rd April 2015
Down to ten men and 2-1 behind heading into the final quarter of an hour, it appeared Watford would be heading home empty-handed. But the Golden Boys’ never-say-die attitude – which has been so prevalent in recent months - came to the fore once again at Derby County as Odion Ighalo ensured the Hornets recorded a hard-fought draw.
|Date||Home team||Score||Away team|
|7:45pmFri 17/08/12||Cardiff||1 - 0||Huddersfield|
|12:45pmSat 18/08/12||Leeds United||1 - 0||Wolves|
|3:00pmSat 18/08/12||Barnsley||1 - 0||Middlesbrough|
|3:00pmSat 18/08/12||Birmingham||1 - 1||Charlton|
|3:00pmSat 18/08/12||Burnley||2 - 0||Bolton|
|3:00pmSat 18/08/12||Crystal Palace||2 - 3||Watford|
|3:00pmSat 18/08/12||Derby||2 - 2||Sheff Wed|
|3:00pmSat 18/08/12||Hull||1 - 0||Brighton|
|3:00pmSat 18/08/12||Ipswich||1 - 1||Blackburn|
|3:00pmSat 18/08/12||Leicester||2 - 0||Peterborough|
|3:00pmSat 18/08/12||Millwall||0 - 2||Blackpool|
|3:00pmSat 18/08/12||Nottm Forest||1 - 0||Bristol City|
|7:45pmTue 21/08/12||Blackpool||2 - 1||Leeds United|
|7:45pmTue 21/08/12||Bolton||2 - 0||Derby|
|7:45pmTue 21/08/12||Brighton||0 - 0||Cardiff|