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Watford’s seven-match unbeaten run came to a disappointing end as a much-changed Hornets side slumped to a 2-0 defeat at Bristol City.
Gianfranco Zola’s decision to make six changes seemingly backfired at Ashton Gate as Watford lacked a cutting edge and were deservedly beaten by the Championship’s bottom club.
A mistake by Manuel Almunia resulted in Greg Cunningham’s cross finding the top corner in the first half and Bristol added another from Paul Anderson in the second period.
Bristol City line-up:
Heaton; Moloney, Carey, Fontaine, Cunningham (Nyatanga 90); Anderson, Kelly, Skuse (Elliott 28), Pearson; Baldock, Davies (Stead 73).
Subs: Gerken, Foster, Wilson, Burns.
Watford: Almunia; Nosworthy, Hall, Ekstrand; Murray (Deeney 61), Eustace (Chalobah 74), Hogg, Abdi, Pudil; Forestieri, Geijo (Forestieri 61).
Subs: Bond, Yeates, Cassetti, Battocchio.