Watford will be looking to make it four wins in a row when they face Millwall this evening at the Den.

After a hard-fought win with some experimental attacking tactics at Stoke City on Friday night, Xisco Munoz may opt to return to a more simplified approach tonight.

Here's how I think they will line up.

Formation: 442

GK: Daniel Bachmann

Has impressed in Foster's absence and could be pushing him for number one spot once he returns from his injury.

RB: Kiko Femenia

The full-back was brought off towards the end at Stoke and I think he's probably had enough of a rest between then and now to expect to start tonight.

CB: William Troost-Ekong

Things looked a little disjointed after he and Francisco Sierralta departed on Friday. I'd expect him to start again tonight.

CB: Francisco Sierralta

He was excellent again at Stoke and continues to impress.

LB: Adam Masina

Not his best appearance at the Potteries, but is still getting back to his best following his return from injury. I'd still expect him to start.

CM: Tom Cleverley

Munoz is still learning who his best XI is, but it looks like Tom Cleverley, one of his "capitanos", is one of the first names on his team sheet.

CM: Will Hughes

The head coach praised him for his work rate at Stoke and he's been great since making his return.

LW: Ken Sema

Was rested against Stoke and looks set to start tonight, with Munoz wanting to ease Philip Zinckernagel into the squad for now.

RW: Ismaila Sarr

Scored one and had a hand in creating the other at Stoke. His improvement under Munoz could well continue this evening, after he said he had more to offer ahead of the match.

ST: Troy Deeney

A man of the match performance on Friday night means he is almost certain to start again tonight.

ST: Joao Pedro

Struggled to get into the game a bit at Stoke, but is always capable of scoring and I think Munoz will now try to build some consistency in his strike partnership having assessed his available options.

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