Watford will go into Saturday's FA Cup match against Crystal Palace completely devoid of injuries.

The Hornets' head coach Javi Gracia has said it is good for the squad to have everybody fit, but leaves him with a hard choice to make.

He said: "All the squad is fit we have 26 players training, it’s a good moment cause all for them are ready.

"It’s a difficult decision for me.

"Kiko Femenia finished really well the last game and he’s ready for the next game.

"Miguel Britos felt a little something in his leg, but the next day he was well and he only needed a couple of days to be ready."

With the possibility of extra-time and penalties looming on Saturday's match, Gracia has his side prepared for all eventualities, although he insists his side are ready and will hopefully be able to win the game in 90 minutes.

He said: "This week we have practised penalties, tomorrow we will again.

"It's something that maybe happens and we have to be ready.

"The squad is focused and knows how important is the next game.

"I prefer to win in normal time to suffer less, but we have to be ready to win at the end.

"If that's with extra time or penalties, the most important is at the end of the game if we achieve to be in the semi-finals."

The Hornets have beaten Saturday's opponents twice already this season, but Gracia knows that Palace have changed their side slightly since then and is expecting a tougher match.

He said: "Now I think they're stronger than in the beginning.

"We have won the games before now in the quarter-final it doesn’t depend on others.

"We have won our games and now we have the chance, playing at home, to carry on in this competition to get a semi-finals and its something we are looking forward to and want to play in.

"I've seen the games we played against them, but the next one will be different.

"They have different players and Batshuayi is playing as a striker. I saw him when he played this season in Valencia, now I think he’s scoring more playing more comfortable than in Spain.

"It's another good player in a very good squad."