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BLIND, STUPID AND DESPERATE
 
04/05: Reports:

Football League Division Two, 02/11/04, 7.45pm
Gillingham
versus
Watford
 
Previous encounters

Last time: 0-1 (26/12/03)
Previous results: See Watford Versus...

Our opponents

Background: See season preview
Last match: vs. Wolverhampton Wanderers (H, 30/10/04, W1-0)
Last line-up: J.Brown, N.Nosworthy, I.Cox, C.Hope, R.Rose, M.Jarvis, D.Spiller, A.Hessenthaler, A.Crofts, M.Sidibe, D.Henderson (Subs: T.Johnson, D.Beckwith, M.Bodkin, L.Johnson, S.Banks)
Ex-Gills at Watford: None
Ex-Hornets at Gillingham: Barry Ashby, Andy Hessenthaler, Iwan Roberts
Mutual friends: Dennis Bailey, Peter Beadle, Steve Butler, Richard Hill, Liburd Henry, Andy Kennedy, David Perpetuini, Glenn Roeder, Neil Smillie, Rod Thomas
Web sites: Gills Connect (Rivals), Official

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

On this day

Previous reports: Watford 1 Wolverhampton Wanderers 1, 02/11/02, Watford 2 Brentford 0, 02/11/96
Saint of the Day: Saint Eustace was a Roman general who was converted on a hunting trip when he came across a stag with a glowing cross between its antlers. He also received a prophecy forewarning that he would suffer for his new religion which came true in no small way he lost all material wealth, was thrown to lions and eventually burnt to death in a bronze bull.

Further information

Nicholas Ralph's Numbers - Game 17: Gauss, a stunningly brilliant bloke, proved that you can construct any polygon with an odd number of sides using only a compass and ruler. Go on, try for seventeen - we know it can be done.
Lucky animal: Un chien Andalou
Unlucky food: The delicious chickpea and sweet potato curry in my fridge. It's mine, leave it alone.