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Younes Kaboul expecting a difficult test ahead of tonight's clash at The Bet365 Stadium

Kaboul | “”Stoke Are Always A Tough Team To Face”

Despite sitting two places above tonight's hosts, defender Younes Kaboul is still expecting an exceptionally tough test when the Hornets take on Stoke City this evening.

The Potters came out 1-0 victors when the two sides met earlier in the season at Vicarage Road thanks to an unfortunate Heurelho Gomes own goal, and Kaboul admits the disappointment of that result will provide extra incentive ahead of the game. 

"Yes, in some ways" the Frenchman told Premier League Productions, when asked if revenge would be a motivating factor. 

"I’m expecting a similar game to the one we played earlier in the season.

"Stoke are always a very tough team to play against, and we’re going to have to be very focused if we want to take the three points."

Watch the above video for FREE to hear the full interview with Kaboul, and if you're not heading to Stoke you can follow the game here on our Matchday Live feed for game updates, live commentary pictures and the best from social media. 

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