Friday, May 3, 2013
Watford V Leeds United Live Streaming Npower Championship Match 4 -May 2013
Watford V Leeds United Live Streaming Npower Championship Match 4 -May 2013. John Eustace and Fitz Hall are both back in training ahead of Watford's final-day promotion match with Leeds. The duo have recovered from respective back and hamstring injuries but it remains to be seen whether they are deemed fit enough to start on Saturday.Watch Watford V Leeds United Live, Watch Watford V Leeds United Live Stream, Watch Watford V Leeds United Free Live Stream, Watch Watford V Leeds United Online, Watch Watford V Leeds United Online Free, Watford V Leeds United Live, Watford V Leeds United live stream Online. Leeds will be without suspended duo Rodolph Austin and El Hadji Diouf while Sam Byran (hip) has been ruled out. The defender, 19, has failed to recover from the hip problem which forced him to miss last week's Brighton defeat. Leeds will be hoping to ruin Watford's hopes of securing automatic promotion to the Premier League. Victory, or even a draw, at Vicarage Road could be enough to secure Watford's place in the top flight should Hull fail to win at home against champions Cardiff. But Watford will have to make do with a place in the play-offs should Hull beat Cardiff. MATCH FACTS Head-to-head • This is the 20th competitive match between Watford and Leeds, who have each won seven of the previous 19. • Watford's army of loan rangers combined to pull off a 6-1 thrashing of the Whites at Elland Road in November, with a brace from Matej Vydra and stoppage time efforts from Troy Deeney and Sean Murray, with Almen Abdi and Mark Yeates contributing in between. • A home victory would take the Hornets' winning run over Leeds to three, and their unbeaten sequence against them to five, since Richard Naylor's solitary goal in the 1-0 Championship victory at Vicarage Road in August 2010. • Watford have only registered one home league victory over their West Yorkshire visitors; 1-0 in March 1990, in the old Second Division. Watford • Gianfranco Zola's Watford are still pursuing automatic promotion back to the Premier League they last graced in 2007, but will need to beat Leeds and hope that former manager Malky Mackay can conjure up a victory for the newly-installed champions Cardiff, away to second-placed Hull. • The free-scoring Hornets, who've netted six goals in winning their last two, and 84 in total - 14 more than anyone else - also have the best goal difference in the Championship of +28. • If Republic of Ireland international Paddy Kenny keeps goal for the whole match, he will then have been Leeds' last line of defence for their entire Championship campaign. • Defender Stephen Warnock is on the verge of his 300th career league appearance, and Ross McCormack, his 250th English and Scottish league appearance. Leeds United • Leeds go to Vicarage Road on a three-match losing run away from home, and without a victory in 12 on the road, subsequent to the victorious trip to Huddersfield on 1 December. It is the second worst away record in the Championship. • Brian McDermott takes charge of his fifth game (W2, L2) eager to avoid a third successive defeat, while formulating plans for next season's promotion challenge back to the Premier League they vacated in 2004. • Failure to improve on their placing of 16th and 58-point haul will make this the Whites' worst performance since promotion from League One three seasons ago.