Watford go into tonight's game against Stoke City looking to make it three wins in a row for the first time this season.

Head coach Xisco Munoz has said things have to change on the road and that he wants to see his side playing attacking football.

Here's how I think he will set his side up tonight.

Formation: 442

GK: Daniel Bachmann

With Foster still out injured and having picked up two clean sheets in his last two games, Bachmann will be between the sticks.

RB: Kiko Femenia

Munoz may choose to put Femenia on the left if he decides to rotate and give Masina a rest, but either way, I'd expect him to play.

CB: William Troost-Ekong

Another commanding performance against Barnsley sees him keep his place.

CB: Francisco Sierralta

The Troost-Ekong + Sierrlta pairing is proving difficult to break down. I think both will play this evening.

LB: Adam Masina

Said he was ready to play in the pre-match press conference and has looked good since returning.

CM: Will Hughes

Munoz may opt to rest the midfielder who only made his first start of the season on Tuesday, but it would be difficult to leave him out after the quality of performance he put in.

CM: Tom Cleverley

Worked well alongside Hughes and will likely start again this evening.

RW: Ismaila Sarr

Munoz is starting to really get a tune out of the winger - hopefully he can continue his improvement tonight.

LW: Philip Zinckernagel

The first change I think will come on the wing, with Zinckernagel impressing enough in his brief cameo on Tuesday to earn himself a place in the starting XI.

ST: Troy Deeney

The skipper was taken off early on Tuesday night with an eye on tonight's game. An improved performance means he is likely to keep his place.

ST: Joao Pedro

While Munoz has said he will stand by Andre Gray, I think Pedro will be restored to the first XI this evening.

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