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Catch up with the latest Watford players on international duty

Paredes' Ecuador Defeat Chile

  
    

Juan Carlos Paredes' Ecuador secured an impressive 3-0 win over Chile to record their fifth victory from nine World Cup qualifiers yesterday (Thursday October 6).

The Watford wing-back featured for the entire game at Estadio Olimpico Atahualpa in Quito, Ecuador, as Manchester United's Antonio Valencia, Cristian Ramirez and ex-Manchester City striker Felipe Caicedo scored the goals that pushed them up to third in South American qualification for Russia 2018.

Paredes and Ecuador are next in action on Tuesday (October 11), when they travel to Bolivia.

Hornets defender Sebastian Prödl was an unused substitute as Austria twice came back to clinch a 2-2 draw with Wales.

Stoke City's Marko Arnautovic cancelled out Joe Allen's opener and a Kevin Wimmer own-goal in Vienna, leaving the Austrians third in World Cup qualifying Group D (Europe).

Next up, they face a trip to second-placed Serbia on Sunday (October 9).

Keep an eye on watfordfc.com to find out how the Hornets' players are getting on over the international break, and click HERE for a full list of call-ups.




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