West Brom come into this game after an opening day draw with Middlesbrough but the Hornets will be eager to get another three points under their belt.
Rob Edwards’ side were able to see off last year’s play-off competitors Sheffield United and with a weeks rest under their belt, they will be looking for another good result.
With that in mind, here we take a look at how Edwards’ side may line up for this game.
As Rob Edwards looks to get another win on the board on Monday night, we see him go for an unchanged side from last Monday’s game.
Daniel Bachmann is the starting goalkeeper and will be hoping he can pick up a second clean sheet of the season.
In front of him is a back three of Craig Cathcart, Francisco Sierralta and Christian Kabasele. Between the three, they provide a good amount of experience and will look for another solid performance.
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The midfield four is made up of Ken Sema, Edo Kayembe, Tom Cleverley and Hassane Kamara.
In behind the striker we have Emmanuel Dennis and Ismaila Sarr. The future of both players remains uncertain but Edwards has said that whilst they’re at the club, they will be used as Watford players and considering Sarr got the assist for last week’s goal, he seems to be giving it his all.
Up front we have Joao Pedro who scored the opening goal of the campaign for the Hornets and will no doubt be wanting to add further.