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03/04: Reports:

Nationwide Division One, 02/03/04, 7.45pm
Bradford City
Previous encounters

Last time: 1-2 (19/04/03)
Lingering memory: Cold. It's always cold in the away end at Bradford. Even in August, let alone a Tuesday night in early March. Bloody hell. Good job the ticket's free...
Previous results: See Watford Versus...

Our opponents

Last match: vs. Crewe Alexandra (A, 17/01/04, D1-1)
Last line-up: A.Combe, S.Francis, P.Heckingbottom, D.Wetherall, J.Gavin, R.Wallwork, G.Farrelly, P.Atherton, D.Cadamarteri, D.Windass, A.Gray (Subs: B.Muirhead, N.Summerbee, M.Branch, L.Emanuel, C.Davies)
Ex-Bantams at Watford: None
Ex-Hornets at Bradford: None
Mutual friends: Craig Ramage, Neil Redfearn, Lee Sinnott, Gary Williams
Web sites: The Boy from Brazil, The City Gent (Rivals), Official

Shorts, Scarf or Souwester?: See Met Office (Leeds)

On this day

Previous reports: Watford 0 Crewe Alexandra 1 02/03/02, Birmingham City 2 Watford 0 02/03/01, Ipswich Town 3 Watford 2 02/03/99
Celebrity birthdays: Mikhail Gorbachev (1931), Lou Reed (1942), Devon White (1964)
Historical events: Andy Dornan's own goal at Walsall puts Watford through to the FA Cup Quarter Finals (1987), Nick Leeson is arrested for his role in the collapse of Barings Bank (1995)
Saint of the day: Saint Henry Suso, a German noble, became a monk at the age of thirteen and was infamous for his austerity. Every night for fifteen years he wore a shirt equipped with one hundred and fifty nails pointing inwards. One day an angel had a quiet word with Henry to say that God would like him to stop, so Henry threw the shirt into the Rhine.