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Watford midfielder Etienne Capoue looks ahead to Southampton's visit in the Premier League

“They Will Be Angry”


After an undeserved defeat in the EFL Cup final last weekend, the chat ahead of Southampton's visit to Vicarage Road has been focused on exactly which Southampton side will take to the pitch tomorrow (Saturday March 4). 

Will it be the organised, high pressing side who dominated Manchester United for large periods under the Wembley Arch, or that which has won away from home just three times all season in the Premier League under manager Claude Puel. 

Etienne Capoue, goalscorer in Watford's opening day draw against the Saints in August, leans toward the former.

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“They will be angry,” he told Premier League Productions at the Hornets' UCL training ground on Thursday afternoon. 

“It's hard to lose this type of game, especially when you come back to 2-2. I think they will be angry, they're a very good team. They play very high, and they have a lot of good offensive players.”

Watch the video above for FREE by logging in, as the Frenchman discusses the Hornets' aspirations for the season and why he's not finding the back of the net as much as he would like.


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