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Hornets next for Thorn's Sky Blues

Coventry City continue their long quest for an away victory at Vicarage Road this Saturday with time running out for the Sky Blues to put together the run that will save their Championship status.

Andy Thorn's men showed once again against Birmingham City last weekend that they can match the best in the division on their day but performances mean little now that the season is entering its final straight.

Watford have come through a tricky spell under rookie boss Sean Dyche and defender Carl Dickinson has highlighted the unity that exists at the club between players and staff.

'There is the utmost respect for each other,' he told the official WFC website.




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Date:Friday March 16 2012

Time: 7:51AM

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I expect the 3 points but with Watford "Who Knows"... Looking forward to this one... COYH......
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