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- Watford's seven-match unbeaten run is over after their 2-1 defeat to Hull City
- The Hornets were poor in the first half and went into the break behind thanks to David Meyler's header
- Robbie Brady increased the lead with a free kick during a second half where Watford were much improved
- Troy Deeney scored in injury time but it was too little too late
Almunia; Ekstrand (Anya 46), Hall (Geijo 78), Hoban; Cassetti, Hogg, Chalobah, Yeates, Pudil (Abdi 65); Deeney, Vydra.
Not used: Thompson, Bonham, Mujangi Bia and Battocchio.
Hull City line-up:
Stockdale, Chester, Bruce, McShane (Hobbs 27); Elmohamady, Evans, Meyler, Quinn, Brady (Proschwiz 83); Koren (Rosenior 73); Simpson.
Not used: Jakupovic, Mclean, Cairney and Olofinjana.