Watford have confirmed they will be arranging refunds for supporters after their matchday broadcast service Hive Live cut out during last night's 3-2 win over Stoke City.

The live streaming service, which costs £10 per game for fans, was interrupted meaning fans were unable to watch as their side came from behind before stealing a late win over the potters.

A brief statement on the club website apologised for the problems and confirmed refunds would be arranged.

It reads: "Watford FC apologises to all supporters who paid for the Hive Live service this evening.

Due to technical issues outside of the club's control, we were unable to bring you our usual service.

We will be arranging full refunds for all those who paid for tonight's match against Stoke City."