Watford v Leicester Live Streaming : Watch the action from Vicarage Road

We’re all set for an exciting weekend in the Championship as Bet365 report they have Watford v Leicester live streaming through their website today (KO 12.15 GMT).

In form Leicester City will look to keep pace with leaders Burnley when they take on play off hopefuls Watford at Vicarage Road.

Nigel Pearson’s side are currently second in the table, three points of the top and on a run of three successive wins and 7 from their last 9 games.

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Leicester have won just one of their last 8 games at Watford but they will be full of confidence following their 4-3 win over Fulham in the league cup midweek and they will look to top scorer David Nugent, with 8 goals already to maintain their strong form.

Paul Konchesky injured his hamstring in the win over West Ham and is a doubt ahead of the game.

Watford meanwhile will head into the game having collected just one point from their last two games but comfortable in the knowledge that a win against the Foxes on Saturday side could move them up as high as fourth sport.

Watford drew with Brighton last time out although Zola will feel aggrieved not to have come away with all three points after a linesman failed to spot that Fernando Forestieri’s effort appeared to have crossed the line

The Italian will be pleased that his side came out of the game with no new injury worries however the loss of midfielder Almen Abdi is a big blow for the Hornets.

The talented midfielder has not featured for the first team since August with a foot injury and faces another spell on the sidelines are breaking down on his return to training.

Nyron Nosworthy is closing on a return to the side after featuring for the U21 team during the week but he is unlikely to play at the weekend while Tommie Hoban remains out.

The two sides last met in the playoff semi-finals when Watford prevailed 3-1 on aggregate.

Leicester claimed the first leg with a 1-0 win and the game seemed set for the final when they were awarded a penalty with the score at 2-1 to Watford.

Anthony Knockaert took the spot kick and missed with Watford subsequently breaking up field and scoring through Troy Deeney to seal their place in the final.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.

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