Watford have a raft of new injury concerns to deal with ahead of tonight's game against Everton, leaving Roy Hodgson to select whoever is available, rather than the starting XI he would prefer.

Here's how I think they could look for their penultimate game at Vicarage Road this season.

GK: Ben Foster

Has managed to avoid any problems and will likely start this evening.

RB: Craig Cathcart

It's either Cathcart or Jeremy Ngakia who will be called upon to step up. With a lot of changes to be made, I think Hodgson will pick experience over a natural right back.

CB: Christian Kabasele

A return to the starting XI for the Belgian after missing the Crystal Palace game.

CB: Samir

One of a few who will keep his place in the team, although he looked a little fatigued against Palace, so might not last the 90 minutes.

LB: Adam Masina

With Hassane Kamara out through suspension, Masina is the obvious choice.

CM: Edo Kayembe

With the midfield depleted, he will start in one position or another.

CM: Moussa Sissoko

Will very likely be heading out the door at the end of the season, but has three games left as Watford skipper first.

CM: Dan Gosling

It's either Gosling or Peter Etebo to play tonight, could be either, but again, I think the value Hodgson places on experience will see him go with Gosling.

RW: Samuel Kalu

A rare opportunity for the lesser-spotted attacker.

LW: Ken Sema

Filled in at centre midfield at the weekend, but will be in his more traditional position out on the left this evening.

ST: Joao Pedro

The hopes are that he is fit enough to play, with other striking options unavailable.

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