How are you getting on so far? Have you got six correct answers out of six? Whether you have or not, have a go at day three of our Watford quiz.

Here are today’s three questions:

Who is the youngest Watford player to receive a red card this century?

In what respect was the Watford debut of Jose Holebas unique?

What unusual connection links Nyron Nosworthy with Troy Deeney?

And the answers to yesterday’s questions are:

What Watford record was set on April 9, 2005?

Aidy Boothroyd became the first Watford manager to experience defeat in each of his first three league matches.

What three achievements has Troy Deeney recorded, in each case being the first player to do so for Watford since Luther Blissett?

He was the first since Blissett to have (a) scored 20 or more league goals in each of two consecutive seasons, (b) scored a total of five goals in two consecutive league games, and (c) reached a career tally of 67 league goals for the club.

What connects Tommie Hoban, Marlon King, Joe McLaughlin and Paolo Vernazza?

They were all sent off when playing for Watford against Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Thanks to Watford Mailing List’s Jon Sinclair for helping supply the questions, many of which were written by the late Trefor Jones.

Another three questions will follow tomorrow, along with today's answers.