Half-time reading. Some of the FA Cup activities at the old school, presented by fellow robber Rob Smyth,
H-TIME: Watford 1-0 Crystal Palace
And it makes sure that the hosts go into half-time management. That deserve. They are 45 minutes away from the FA Cup final. The Palace must play their game.
45 min +1: Meyer has threatened to blow it down the right side, but Deulofeu comes over to take her out of play. That's a lot back with Watford's flagman.
44 min: Townsend tidies up Hughes's ankle, as Watford's is pressing down a cul-de-sac on the right. Free kick, Holebas joins a packed six-box box. The ball goes out of Schlupp's knee – Watford claims – and McArthur clears.
42 min: Holebas is back now, but he's running happily, still moving, and he cannot put too much weight on his right knee. The left behind of the poor left Watford allows Wan-Bissaka to split a ball on the right for Meyer, who lacks weak hand in Gomes' arms from tightly to the side. .
40 min: Townsend and Holebas move in to face a loose member down the right side. There are not many, but Holebas keeps down in difficulty, keeping its ankles. The physio comes upon him and treats the injured soldier.
38 min: Deeney takes his way down the left and buys a free McArthur carpenter who will tow him back. Free kick, 25 yards away. Deulofeu takes the ball, overtaking the ball over the wall and back down to the bottom left. It is a good attempt, but one which is pulled by Guaita. Big hands to make that stick in windy weather.
36 min: The captain of the Palace, Milivojevic, is coming through Hughes. It is a challenge without difficulty, and a poor man, and he deserves to be in the referee's notebook.
35 mins: Milivojevic kicks off an amazing wobbly football ball for Wan-Bissaka, which plays a real cross with Batshuayi's attack. Mariappa has to surprise corn. Nothing comes from the base, but that is far better from the Palace. Wan-Bissaka and Townsend looks dangerous on the slopes; The Palace must take the ball out to them.
33 min: It is exhausted, but that Palace will accept it. The writing has been restored for most of the time, so the time of a torch in the middle of the park is very good because they are looking to recreate it.
31 min: Doucoure continues to criticize about a decision to visit the aims. Patience of the referee starts running thinly, but another speech is currently being supported.
30 min: This corner from the hand is hanging in clear winds and coming out of the Capoue at the long post. Kickbox. Watford is very poor that another corner failed, for some reason. The referee asks them to play down.
29 min: Watford deserved that goal, after highlighting a Palace with a series of corners. And here they will come again, Deulofeu will look down the channel inside her and blow up above. It goes in, so Guaita is doing very well to maintain and keep arms for a corner.
GO! Watford 1-0 Crystal Palace (Capoue 27)
That corner is also going well, and from that, Cathcart won another corner on the right. Holebas submits to the assessor. Guaita will come out and flaps. The ball will break to Deulofeu, on the left hand corner of the six-yard box. It quickly brings to the center of Capoue, which goes from one place nearby!
26 min: Holebas transfers the corner. Guaita, who is fond of visitor, travels away from the line and runs a member probably doesn't seem to apply. Instead, we put it out for a corner to the left.
25 mins: Hughes's second corner also comes to Hughes's right shield. Hughes doesn't get time away. But Watford appears first, and they will come again, Deulofeu will deliver a folder down the channel within the line and distribute Deeney, which at this time wins victory. place.
23 min: Having been so long waiting, it is incredible to expect. Holebas's delivery is not a copy, and its sail away is the other way. But Hughes doesn't give it away, and make shields in a ball that Tomkins has gone back to the other side for the other side.
22 min: There is some impressive but determined work by Pereyra casting the Watford basin on the left. It will be taken at some time, perhaps, but now the referee is addressing the box in the box, reminding them that VAR will be looking for each string and drag and drop. .
20 mins: Gomes will instantly launch it. Guaita travels from miles from his box and has hidden away to Watford, where Pereyra is competent. Pereyra flies over the hopes of finding Deulofeu or Deeney but it's not good. This is not yet classical.
19 mins: Hughes gets Schlupp lightly by making his way down the left. A cheap kick will be given. An opportunity for the Palace to build up on the edge of the area. Milivojevic accepts. It is poor enough and Gomes recites easily.
17 min: The Palace has been closer to attack, but Watford is the first governor of the evening. Deulofeu will dance down the channel within the line and into the box. It's a great run, and he's been working hard to burn. But his face is very tough and although Deulofeu sends his shot pretty well, Guaita is always going to marry at her nearby career. Football is good all the time.
16 min: Short alias like the numeral and pitchfork-wielding logo Harry the Hornet produced a number of dispersed balloons which attract hell from the players.
14 min: A place for Wan-Bissaka right hand corner. He cuts a cross into the middle for Batshuayi. Before it's high, and it goes out to the other side. He was insulted to the Palace, as Batshuayi had escaped Cathcart and Mariappa, and he would be wearing a six-tonred headband.
13 mins: Free ticket for Watford in the middle of the Palace. Holebasse is put into the mix. As the ball goes out for a big ghost, Hughes escapes, and calls for punishment, but the referee or VAR has no interest.
11 min: Occasionally examining a Palace. It is football with patients. Suddenly, Milivojevic goes down the middle of McArthur, which turns virtually free on the box side. That wasn't quite true, but it was a sharp attack. The Palace is looking very confident.
9 min: Deeney goes far to Deulofeu, but the ball automatically turns to Guaita, which clears clearly. Watford does not appear much against her, but of course it is early.
8 min: Schlupp winners high and long. The ball is suspended in the wind. Cathcart does well to put himself under pressure from Batshuayi, to control and control his lines. In those opening times, the Palace is most notably clearer.
6 min: Meyer and Townsend look at her look. They re-connect, with the last one pressing Watford back on the left. He returns to Milivojevic, which is not captured by the D. Gomes collection, the ball pulling in the bottom left, although he is not to clean type.
5 min: Meyer pushes the channel inside and takes away a pass to Townsend, which again becomes a serious problem for Watford. Mariappa does really well to come and destroy the attack.
4 min: A well worn broken left on the left was made by Pereyra. For the second time it is as if it are sure to break the box, but Tomkins stands by the side and takes him away from danger. Then the Townsend counters went down the Palace, but only Batshuayi gets in the support, and he can't see it with his mast. But there are a few strange warriors in it.
2 min: A good piece of wind around. The two teams were struggling to get through the ball on the early exchanges. That left enough time for this to be done in classical times for centuries.
And we're away! The guests will be given the final quarter. VAR is currently in operation, for the first time at Road Road. And this relationship will be decided today, after an extended period (with a fourth option available) and penalties if necessary. It's on!
Here are the teams! Watford, who was in the 1984 final, is covered in yellow and black stripes. The Palace, in the final in 1990 and 2016, threw the second bright choice with Team eight. Old rare sound made at Vicarage Road! We will be in a minute.
BT Sport talks to Roy Hodgson, and he fills up a lot of time out with a metaphorical move. “When you get this largely in the competition you will see the Wembley towers in front of you and you will get there. So you know how important it is to make a good contribution to the day. It's not easy being away from home, to a club that is a Premier League, but we have this opportunity and I hope that the players will make their best quality. It would be wonderful if we could reach the semi-finals. I've never been to the semi-final in England, I have been lucky enough to do one or two foreign nations, but the final is a quarter of a first time so far t the FA Cup, so it is possible for the players to attract me to a new milestone in my life! It would be good if they did! I don't know why the form has gone so well, it's very strange. Our performance rate had not significantly changed. I think we have plenty of respect now at home. We don't have a different way. Wilf Zaha has a hot resistance, we have been nursing all week, unfortunately he didn't come through and we did not want to put him in danger. ”
Peer prefix and velvet prefix.
After the free jazz styles in Etihad, Watford makes eight changes, returning to old ways. Heurelho Gomes, Adrian Mariappa, Craig Cathcart, Jose Holebas, Will Hughes, Roberto Pereyra, Gerard Deulofeu and Troy Deeney back; they replace Ben Foster, Darryl Janmaat, Miguel Britos, Adam Masina, Christian Kabasele, Tom Cleverley, Isaac Success and Andre Gray.
The Palace is relatively unchanged at this time. Only the three people moving from XI start for Brighton game. Martin Kelly, Cheikhou Kouyate and Max Meyer join Patrick van Aanholt, Scott Dann and Wilfried Zaha.
Watford: Gomes, Kiko, Mariappa, Cathcart, Holebas, Hughes, Doucoure, Capoue, Pereyra, Deulofeu, Deeney.
Subsections: Dahlberg, Kabasele, Janmaat, Masina, Cleverley, Success, Gray.
Crystal Palace: Guaita, Wan-Bissaka, Kelly, Tomkins, Schlupp, Milivojevic, Kouyate, Meyer, McArthur, Townsend, Batshuayi.
Subsections: Hennessey, Ward, Woods, Riedewald, Wickham, Benteke, Ayew.
Referee: Kevin Friend (Leicestershire).
The Eagles have broken a Hornet's heart at once or twice. Crystal Palace was watching Watford as being inspired in the 2013 Competition, and Kevin Phillips is getting involved in a spare time; then they were victorious at Wembley in 2016 FA Cup final, Yannick Bolasie and Connor Wickham, the draw players in 2-1 results. There are two or three crunch effects there. Can the Palace do three in a row?
Perhaps, although the manses are good to Watford. The Hornets have won the three FA Cup finals, in 2003, 2007 and 2016. They were not defeated by Vicarage Road in the cup since Spurs in 2012, a series of five final victories. They will never lose their home to the Palace in their cup. And Javi Gracia's side has already been carrying Roy Hodgson twice in the league this season, 2-1 on each journey.
The two teams will come to this game behind defeat, Watford at Manchester City, a Palace in the M23 tree with Brighton. But overall there is the right shape. Watford has won four of their last six, just their two winners of the City and Liverpool screen. At the same time, the Palace has won their three final games quietly at Doncaster, Leicester and Burnley. So, everyone in the heart has plenty of hope, one step away from Wembley and the last four. It's on!
A first kick: 12.15pm GMT.