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Nationwide Division One, 10/01/04, 3.00pm
Coventry City
Previous encounters

Last time: 1-0 (01/02/03)
Lingering memory: Getting as far as Hemel Hempstead on the train to find that the Big Freeze had got no further west than Watford...
Previous results: See Watford Versus...

Our opponents

Background: See season preview
Last match: vs. Peterborough United (H, 03/01/03, W2-1)
Last line-up: G.Ward, A.Whing, S.Staunton, M.Konjic, C.Davenport, Y.Safri, M.Doyle, S.Warnock, D.Adebola, J.Joachim, G.McSheffrey (Subs: R.Shaw, P.Suffo, Y.Mansouri, C.Pitt, S.Shearer)
Ex-Sky Blues at Watford: None
Ex-Hornets at Coventry: None
Mutual friends: Dave Bamber, David Bardsley, David Barnes, Paul Furlong, Carlton Palmer, Mick Quinn, Kevin Richardson, Kenny Sansom, Perry Suckling, Garry Thompson, Keith Waugh
Web sites: The Sky Blue Superplex, LAST!, GMK Online (Rivals), Official

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

On this day

Previous reports: Burnley 2 Watford 2, 10/01/98
Celebrity birthdays: George Foreman (1949), Michel Ngonge (1967)
Historical events: The penny post, whereby mail was delivered at a standard charge rather than paid for by the recipient, began in Britain (1840), The first section of the London Underground Railway system, from Paddington to Farringdon Street, was opened (1863)
Saint of the day: A married Sicilian, Saint Agatho had been a successful businessman before being made Pope at the age of 101. Despite his age he was in no doubt of his own mind and position - he was the first pontiff to propose that as Pope he was infallible and could never be wrong.