Watford return to action after the international break this afternoon when they host Sheffield Wednesday at Vicarage Road.

With several players in action during the break, and some injuries creating some uncertaintly, head coach Xisco Munoz could be forced to make a few changes to his starting XI.

Here's how we think they will line up this afternoon.

Formation: 4-3-3

GK: Daniel Bachmann

If ever Munoz wanted to change his keeper, this would be the chance. But the head coach has said he will be sticking with the Austrian for now.

RB: Kiko Femenia

The full-back wasn't on international duty and therefore should be rested and raring to go this afternoon.

CB: Christian Kabasele

With William Troost-Ekong involved in African Cup of Nations qualifiers and Craig Cathcart featuring for Northern Ireland, today could be the perfect chance for Munoz to bring Kabasele back into the side.

CB: Francisco Sierralta

Another who has had the benefit on not travelling for international duty. He's been in great form and should start again.

LB: Adam Masina

Although he was away with Morocco, his understudy Achraf Lazaar was too. I'd still expect him to start.

CM: Will Hughes

Claimed the team are growing in confidence during the week and is hopeful of chasing down the second automatic promotion spot.

CM: Nathaniel Chalobah

Was praised by the head coach this week and will hope to continue with another impressive performance.

CM: Tom Cleverley

Was massively influential before picking up his injury. Should come back in today.

RW: Philip Zinckernagel

The Dane has done well in the centre of midfield recently, but uncertainty around Sarr could see him move out to the wing.

LW: Joao Pedro

The Brazilian has done well out wide before and may be called upon to perform there again today.

ST: Isaac Success

Started unexpectedly against Birmingham and Munoz seems to rate the Nigerian. With Andre Gray playing for Jamaica over the break, there could be another chance for him to start.

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