Why Albion's rivals today are reeling - in video

The Argus: Gabriele Angella, right of picture, scored twice at Forest Gabriele Angella, right of picture, scored twice at Forest

Watford will be looking to bounce back from this midweek defeat when they face Albion today.

The Hornets lost 4-2 at Nottingham Forest on Thursday having led 2-0 in the second half.

Oscar Garcia and his colleagues will have studied this game.

But two lessons are obvious. Don’t leave big defender Gabriele Angella (who also scored at Bournemouth recently) unmarked in your own box when he goes forward.

And get plenty of crosses in - especially of the quality shown by Andy Reid and ex-Albion loanee Gonzalo Jara Reyes.

 

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11:39am Sun 2 Feb 14

northernseagull says...

no complacency please
no complacency please northernseagull

1:24pm Sun 2 Feb 14

pjwilk says...

76% of Seagulls fans think Watford will win you boys are showing a lack of confidence.I believe it will be 3-1 to Brighton.
76% of Seagulls fans think Watford will win you boys are showing a lack of confidence.I believe it will be 3-1 to Brighton. pjwilk

1:25pm Sun 2 Feb 14

pjwilk says...

Do you know something i dont.?
Do you know something i dont.? pjwilk

1:30pm Sun 2 Feb 14

russellsnr2 says...

Someone stated many years ago "it's a game of two halves"
No two games are the same and today The Albion will prove that point over the the game we had at the AMEX back in October.
Someone stated many years ago "it's a game of two halves" No two games are the same and today The Albion will prove that point over the the game we had at the AMEX back in October. russellsnr2

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