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Key points

• Like he did at Leeds United last weekend, Gianfranco Zola made five changes for this game. Nathaniel Chalobah, Jonathan Hogg, Daniel Pudil, Fernando Forestieri and Troy Deeney all returned, with Matej Vydra, Ikechi Anya and Connor Smith dropping to the bench. Almen Abdi (dislocated shoulder) and Alex Geijo not involved.

Lloyd Doyley becomes only the 12th player to make 350 starts in all competitions for Watford.

• Watford went into the game one point and three places ahead of Wolves in the Championship table.

• The Hornets are unbeaten in their last three games following last week's 6-1 drubbing of nine-man Leeds United. Their opponents, on the other hand, have not won in six and lost their last three away matches.

Watford line-up:

Almunia; Doyley, Ekstrand, Hoban; Cassetti, Chalobah, Hogg, Yeates, Pudil; Forestieri, Deeney. Substitutes: Beleck, Murray, Vydra, Anya, Smith, Thompson and Bond.

Wolverhampton Wanderers line-up:

Ikeme; Stearman, Johnson, Berra, Ward; Pennant, Edwards, Doumbia, Sako; Sigurdarson, Doyle. Substitutes: Ebanks-Blake, Nouble, Batth, Davis, Forde, De Vries and Foley.