Watford will look to continue their impressive start to the Championship season on Saturday afternoon, when they travel to Oakwell to face Barnsley.
The Hornets go into the game sixth in the Championship table with 15 points from their eight league games so far, and could climb into the automatic promotion spots with victory this afternoon, if results elsewhere go their way.
Barnsley meanwhile, sit 19th in the Championship table, but do come into this one on a high, having beaten QPR 3-0 on Tuesday night in Valerien Ismael’s first game as the Tykes’ new manager.
Perhaps with that in mind, Watford manager Vladimir Ivic has named as side that shows two changes from the one that drew 1-1 away at Wycombe on Tuesday, as Ben Wilmot and Nathaniel Chalobah replace Christian Kabasele and Domingos Quina, who drop to the bench, where Will Hughes and Andre Gray also feature after spells on the sideline with injury.
Taking to Twitter to react to that team news, plenty of Watford fans were keen to have their say on their side’s starting lineup for the game.
Here, we take a look at what some of those supporters had to say.
Good team again – can we just turn up this time.
— James Smith (@SmithyWFC85) October 31, 2020
Great to see Hughes and Gray back on the bench. Hopefully we can create more today. #COYH
— TOTALWFC (@totalwfc) October 31, 2020
Hughes on the bench 💪🏼💪🏼
— Alex 🇬🇧 (@_alexrum) October 31, 2020
I like it. You Orns!
— WirralHornetSteve 🐝 (@WirralhornSteve) October 31, 2020
that bench 😍
— caity 👑 (@wfccaity) October 31, 2020
The bench will win the game for us…
— Liam Gallagher (@gally1983) October 31, 2020
Love the team
— Graham Stevens (@GrahamStevens98) October 31, 2020
How is clev getting in this team?!
— Jay (@Jaylenksmith) October 31, 2020
One of Garner or Quina has to play. Cleverley Capoue and Chalobah is a ridiculously defensive team for the opposition. Definitely still enough to win today but it makes no sense.
Glad to see we have real options on the bench now though!
— Lee Harris (@lee_harris6) October 31, 2020