Slaven Bilić, Watford Head Coach:
“I’ve watched them, and I like Cardiff’s team. They have energy, quality, and they play on the front foot. They have lost a few games in recent weeks, but there have been factors like red cards that have affected things, so we know we are in for a hard evening.
“It’s important we go there and play our own game. The big thing for our psychology is keeping up this confidence and momentum, and getting to mid-November with as many points as possible.”
Mark Hudson, Cardiff City Interim Head Coach:
“We know that Watford are a good team. They’ve got some really good players and individual match-winners, so again we need to be looking forward to it at our stadium.
“It’s an opportunity for them to come to us, and we’ve got to deliver on our game plan and play our way, which we will do.
“We’re going to have to be right at our top level to get the result, so we’re looking forward to it.”