Nationwide Division One, 20/10/01
Last time: 1-2 (14/4/01)
Lingering memory: An hour sitting on a motionless train full of pissed, celebratory Fulham fans outside Doncaster. Never before has an away trip seemed such a bad idea.
Previous results: See Watford Versus...
Background: See season preview
Last match: vs. Sheffield United (A, 13/10/01, L1-3)
Last line-up: D.Coyne, D.Beherall, T.Gallimore, M.Broomes, P.Groves, A.Pouton, D.Butterfield, S.Campbell, B.Chapman, P.Jevons, J.Rowan (Subs: M.Willems, S.Coldicott, M.Boulding, B.Allen, S.Croudson)
Ex-Mariners at Watford: None
Ex-Hornets at Grimsby: Paul Wilkinson
Mutual friends: Jimmy Gilligan, Nigel Jemson, Lee Nogan, Steve Sherwood, John Ward, Roger Willis
Web sites: The Electronic Fishcake (Rivals), Jailhouse Rock, Official
On this day
Previous reports: Bolton 1 Watford 2, 20/10/98
Celebrity birthdays: Snoop Doggy Dogg (1971)
Historical events: Hollywood came under scrutiny as the House Un-American Activities Committee opened hearings into alleged Communist influence within the motion picture industry (1947), Three members of 2 Live Crew were acquitted on obscenity charges in Hollywood (1990); The University of British Columbia announces a bad breath testing service, including both scientific analysis for halitosis and assessment by a human nose (1997).
Saint of the day: Saint Mary Bertilla Boscardin - the daughter of poor peasants in Vicenza, Italy - was nicknamed "the goose" for her complete lack of ability as a child. But she always volunteered for the hardest and heaviest work and her worth was eventually recognised. Sainthood's very own Ross Jenkins, then.