Good morning - here's Thursday's Watford knowledge quiz, with yesterday's answers.

1. What unique and unrepeatable fact arose from Watford's 1992/93 visit to Kenilworth Road?

2. What family connections does a living ex-Watford manager have with a) a Scot who made 341 Football League appearances between 1972 and 1982, and b) a current Football League manager, and who are the three men concerned?

3. What links Gabriele Angella, Bobby Howfield, Marlon King and George Reilly?

Here's the answers to yesterday's questions.

Who is the odd man out? Luther Blissett, Heidar Helguson, Odion Ighalo, Maurice Johnston, Wilf Rostron or Brian Talbot?

Helguson never scored two goals for Watford in a top-tier away game.

Which former Watford player holds a unique FA Premier League record?

Mick Quinn, as he is the only player to have scored in each of his first six Premier League appearances.

What was unique about Richard Johnson’s Watford career?

His first and last league appearances were on Sundays.

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

Three more questions will follow tomorrow, along with today's answers.