Watford vs Wycombe Wanderers preview: How to watch, kick-off time, team news, predicted lineups and ones to watch 
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Watford are looking to get back to winning ways after losing their first game in five as they face Wycombe Wanderers at Vicarage Road on Wednesday night. Their opponents are nailed to the bottom of the Championship, with 11 points from safety.

Most recently, Watford lost to AFC Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium where amongst the scraps and arguing, Arnaut Danjuma scored the only goal of game.

A beautiful through ball from Steve Cook was misjudged by the Watford defence and Danjuma was able to run around the back to stroke home into the bottom corner. 

Just before the final whistle, Jack Wilshere and Joao Pedro both received red cards following a scrap on the halfway line. 

On Wednesday night, league leaders Norwich City extended their reign at the top to 10 points after beating strugglers, Wycombe. 

Teemu Pukki opened the scoring with a simple finish, gaining a deflection on the way around David Stockdale as the Finnish scored his 18th league goal so far this season. 

In the 87th minute, Adam Idah doubled the Canaries’ lead to confirm all three points. The youngster tapped in from three yards out following a scramble in the penalty box after a corner. 

Team news


Goalkeeper Ben Foster remains out with a broken finger. 

Christian Kabasele carries a knee injury but could return soon. 

With more of a long-term injury, Troy Deeney is out with an Achilles tendon injury. 

Joao Pedro will miss the game following a straight red card on the weekend. 

Wycombe Wanderers

Goalkeeper Ryan Allsopp carries a knock so will remain out for another week or two. 

Predicted lineups


Bachmann; Kiko, Troost-Ekong, Sierralta, Masina; Cleverley, Hughes, Gosling; Sarr, Pedro, Sema. 

Wycombe Wanderers:

Stockdale; Grimmer, Stewart, Tafazolli, Obita; Wheeler, Knight, Mehmeti; McCleary, Ikpeazu, Onyedinma.

Ones to watch

Watford - Ismaila Sarr

In terms of attacking threat for the Hornets, they will look to rely on Sarr, who is their second top scorer this season so far with eight goals and four assists.

He has taken the Championship by storm so far, instilling fear in opposition defenders by just the sight of him dribbling.

Wycombe Wanderers - Joe Jacobson

The 34-year-old has made 24 appearances so far this season and is the Chairboys’ third top goalscorer, however he is the player with the most goal involvements in the side.

Having the ability to score and assist, Jacobson will look to break down promotion chasers Watford, when the sides meet in the midweek. 

Previous meeting

Wycombe Wanderers 1-1 Watford (27/10/2020)

Where to watch

UK residents will be able to watch the game live on Sky Sports Red on Wednesday, 3rd March with the game kicking off at 19:00 PM.