Watford have no changes to their current injury situation, with Abdoulaye Doucoure, Kiko Femenia and Sebastian Prodl all set to miss out on the trip to Brighton and Hove Albion this weekend.

However, head coach Javi Gracia said it was too early to tell whether or not any additional injuries had been picked up during Wednesday evening's away game against Tottenham Hotspur.

He said: "I don’t know because the players played yesterday, we don’t know any news about them, so we will see now in the next hours.

"The players who were injured before the game, I think they're in the same situation, we will see in the next hours if they will emerge."

Looking ahead to the next game, Gracia singled out Glenn Murray as a possible threat for Brighton and said preparing for the game will be tough due to the lack of time available between games.

He said: "Murray has good movements into the box, behind defensive line. He's an experienced player and important for them.

"It’s a tough moment for us, we have a demanding schedule and we know Brighton are playing well at home, they are strong and we will try to show our best defence because we need it to have options to win.

"We don’t have a long time to prepare the next game.

"You have to do other work and you don’t have time to maybe do something specific for this game.

"We try to speak during these two days to know how they play, how we can attack and defend, but more on the blackboard."