Watford face Barnsley this evening just three days after beating Huddersfield Town at home.

With another game coming on Friday night, head coach Xisco Munoz could opt to rest some of his players to try and keep his squad fresh during such a busy schedule.

Here's how I think they will line up tonight.

Formation: 442

GK: Daniel Bachmann

Ben Foster is out for a few weeks with a broken finger, so it'll be the Austrian in goal again for the foreseeable.

RB: Jeremy Ngakia

I'm predicting a few changes throughout the side, one of which could see Ngakia brought in at right back.

CB: William Troost-Ekong

While the games are coming thick and fast, Troost-Ekong has proved himself to be a steady figure at the back and I think could keep his place tonight.

CB: Francisco Sierralta

Alongside Troost-Ekong, Sierralta has also impressed recently and the two are forming a strong partnership in the centre of defence.

LB: Kiko Femenia

Adam Masina is still returning to full fitness after his injury and I think two games so close together may be too much for him. Femenia the best option to replace him at left-back.

CM: Will Hughes

Was unlucky to miss out on a starting place at the weekend after illness kept him out of training in the week beforehand. Tonight should be his chance to impress.

CM: Tom Cleverley

Cleverley has made himself a mainstay and Munoz views him as an important member of the team. He's likely to start again.

LW: Philip Zinckernagel

The Dane was unlucky not to start at the weekend but rotation could see him start tonight.

RW: Ismaila Sarr

The record signing hasn't really shown what he's capable of this season, but will be given another chance to do so tonight.

ST: Joao Pedro

Added to his goal tally at the weekend and looks likely to start again tonight.

ST: Andre Gray

Troy Deeney was seen icing his thigh after leaving the field on Saturday. A match tonight could be too soon for him and Munoz might opt for rotation up front. Gray has been out of form for a while now, but Munoz believes he has the "best strikers in all the Championship" so is likely to remain patient with the former Burnley man.

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