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27th July 2021- Friendly, Stevenage 1 Watford 1

Official site: It was a disastrous start for the visitors as Jamie Reid gave the hosts an early lead. The Stevenage striker intercepted a misplaced Craig Cathcart pass in the final third and slotted into an empty net after two minutes.

Stevenage official site: Finding an equaliser in the 37th minute, the Hornets drew proceedings level as the first half drew to a close. Back on the score sheet after the Euros, Ken Sema headed past Anang from Ashley Fletcher’s cross.

27th July 2019- Friendly, Queens Park Rangers 0 Watford 1

Full match video from the QPR website but you have to register to watch it

Highlights from the QPR website but again you have to register.

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Watford beat Queens Park Rangers in their third pre-season friendly

27th July 2013- Friendly, Watford 2 Granada 0

sky Highlights of the pre-season friendly between Watford and Granada.

Watford Observer Goals in each half from Diego Fabbrini and Ikechi Anya see Watford ease to 2-0 pre-season victory over Granada

BHappy image Gah, pre-season’s rubbish, isn’t it?  Half-arsed loafing around, “it’s all about fitness at this stage”.  Everyone gets a run out, result doesn’t mean anything.

A Meeting with our Spanish Cousins

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Taken from the programme on 31st July 2015- Friendly, Watford 0 Sevilla 1

27th July 2010- Friendly, Stevenage 0 Watford 2

Watford produced arguably their best display of pre-season to earn a deserved 2-0 victory at Stevenage tonight to get their preparations for the new campaign back on track.

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Taken from the programme on 31st July 2010-Friendly, Watford 0 Charlton Athletic 1

27th July 2005- Friendly, Dulwich Hamlet 1 Watford XI 2

This game was part of the ‘fee’ agreed when we signed Dulwich player Omari Coleman in 2004. However by the time we played them Coleman had already been shown the door and joined Lincoln City (see Editor’s notes for more info)

It was fairly clear that Watford had designated this as a contractual obligation match that they didn’t really need to bother about. Aidy wasn’t there, of course, so Keith Burkinshaw was in charge for the evening. No-one from the Watford camp managed to hand in a team sheet before the match, which didn’t impress the Dulwich PA man. It also made life rather difficult for the travelling Hornets, as when the team finally emerged from the tunnel it appeared to consist of ten young lads plucked from the checkout counter at the next-door Sainsbury’s, plus Paul Devlin.

6th August 2005- Championship, Watford 1 Preston North End 2