Watford have been struck with an injury crisis ahead of tomorrow night's game against Everton, with several new problems reported from their pre-match press conference.

Ismaila Sarr (knee), Emmanuel Dennis (knee), Joshua King (illness), Kiko Femenia (illness), Juraj Kucka (knee), Shaq Forde (ankle), Tom Cleverley (ribs) and Nicolas N'koulou (groin) join Imran Louza (knee) and Cucho Hernandez (hamstring) in the treatment room in the wake of their relegation-confirming defeat to Crystal Palace.

Additionally, Hassane Kamara will miss the match through suspension after picking up a red card in the 1-0 loss at Selhurst Park, while Kwadwo Baah is away on international duty with the German youth squad.

Manager Roy Hodgson said he simply had no choice, but to accept the tough hand he has now been dealt as he picks a team from whoever is available for tomorrow night's match.

"We'd have liked to play our strongest team tomorrow to make it as hard as we possibly could for Everton and more importantly, get a win for ourselves because we would like to win," said Hodgson. "But I can't do anything about that, I'm afraid. 

"When the people in our medical unit tell me this player can't play because he's injured, then I've got no option but to accept that and the really strange thing is that today, looking at the list we get every day where there's people in green and people in red, it was only two weeks ago, or 10 days ago, where I was actually complimenting the medical staff for giving me a list where from the squad of about 27, 28 players, almost every one of them was was fit and available to play.

"It's turned exactly the other way, so suddenly now we're looking at half of them are red and only half of them are green and it's all injuries which really and truly don't have anything that we can attribute to training.

"They are injuries which have possibly come through a long, arduous season, from the 35 games, but there's nothing we can really put our finger on, or say, 'if only we'd have trained differently' because they're not muscle injuries, they're trauma injuries."