PAST MEETINGS: Watford v Swans

11th September 2015
Watford 2-0 Swansea
Championship - Tuesday, February 17 2009
Watford's Tommy Smith scored one and made another as the Hornets moved out of the Championship relegation zone and ended Swansea's unbeaten run.
Roberto Martinez's side went 16 games in all competitions without defeat - a run stretching back to November - but fell to two well-taken goals.
Smith sent in a low cross aimed at Don Cowie but the ball ran for Tamas Priskin who scored at the far post before Smith himself then drilled a half-volley from 20 yards for the winner.
WATFORD: Loach, Mariappa, DeMerit, Williamson, Doyley, Cork, Cowie, McAnuff, Jenkins (Williamson, 53), Priskin, Smith.
SWANS: De Vries, Serran, Williams, Monk, Tate (Bessone, 57), Britton, Gomez (Bauza, 57), Allen, Butler, Dyer (Orlandi, 82), Scotland.
Watford 2-3 Swansea
Championship - Tuesday, September 28, 2010
The Swans survived a brave Watford comeback to record their first away win of the season in the league.
Stephen Dobbie set up Scott Sinclair for the first, then linked superbly with Joe Allen for the second, turning and firing in from the edge of the penalty area.
Nathan Dyer's burst into the area gave on-loan Frank Nouble a simple tap-in as the Swans looked to be cruising.
But the home side came back as Troy Deeney pulled one back before Martin Taylor headed a second, before Watford later saw a John Eustace strike ruled out for offside.
WATFORD: Loach, Taylor, Mariappa, Taylor, Doyley, Eustace, Cowie, Buckley (Deeney, 66), Mutch, Graham, Sordell.
SWANS: De Vries, Williams, Taylor (Rangel, 64), Tate, Monk, Serran, Dyer, Sinclair (van der Gun, 72), Allen, Gower, Dobbie.
Watford 0-1 Swansea
Championship - Tuesday, March 9, 2010
Shefki Kuqi's early goal gave promotion-chasing Swansea all three points in an entertaining contest at Vicarage Road.
Watford had the better of the first half, Danny Graham and Lloyd Doyley having headers cleared off the line.
But in between those efforts Swansea counter-attacked expertly, Kuqi going close with two headers before nodding in a superb Craig Beattie cross.
The pattern continued in the second half - the superb Dorus de Vries denying Heidar Helguson with a stunning save as the Swans held on to claim a crucial victory.
WATFORD: Loach, Mariappa (Hodson, 80), DeMerit, Doyley, Harley (McGinn, 79), Taylor, Lansbury (Jenkins, 90), Cowie, Eustace, Graham, Helguson.
SWANS: De Vries, Williams, Tate, Rangel, Richards, Britton (Butler, 82), Pratley, van der Gun, Gower, Beattie (Bauza, 68), Kuqi (Trundle, 90).
Supporters travelling to Watford should be aware that building work is taking place at the away end of Vicarage Road.
Swans fans are asked to arrive 15 minutes earlier than usual due to the temporary turnstiles in operation, while a team of meeters and greeters will assist where necessary.
Meanwhile, the Liberty Stadium Club Shop will open between 11.30am-5.30pm on Sunday due to the Ospreys' fixture with Munster.