Norwich City v Watford - Press Conference RECAP
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Daniel Farke previewed Norwich City’s Premier League game against Watford - and we had all the key lines first from Colney.
Mario Vrancic delivered a pre-game boost when he declared himself fit to face the Hornets on Friday night after a season heavily disrupted by a calf issue and in recent times a bout of illness.
Farke provided an update on the rest of the squad who were on duty in the 2-0 Premier League defeat at Brighton. Ibrahim Amadou is available after the makeshift defender was only deemed fit for consideration on the bench at the Seagulls, following a knee injury which limited his time on the training pitch in the build up.
Alex Tettey was forced to deputise for Amadou alongside Ben Godfrey at centre back.
Grant Hanley (groin), Timm Klose (knee) and Christoph Zimmermann (foot) remain longer term absentees - but both Hanley and Zimmermann are on target to be return the other side of the international break.
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Watford arrive at Carrow Road still searching for a first Premier League win of the season, after Quique Sanchez Flores replaced Javi Gracia in September.
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