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Football League Division Two, 12/08/05, 7.45pm
Cardiff City
Previous encounters

Last time: 3-0 (14/09/04)
Previous results: See Watford Versus...

Our opponents

Last match: vs. Leeds United (H, 09/08/05, W2-1)
Last line-up: N.Alexander, J.Darlington, C.Barker, N.Cox, D.Purse, N.Ardley, P.Parry, W.Boland, J.Whitley, K.Cooper, C.Jerome (Subs: A.Lee, P.Mulryne, J.Koumas, G.Loovens, T.Warner)
Ex-Bluebirds at Watford: None
Ex-Hornets at Cardiff: Neal Ardley, Terry Burton, Neil Cox, Jermaine Darlington, Paul Wilkinson
Mutual friends: Jimmy Gilligan, Paul Harding, Gerald Harrison, Mick Henderson, John McClelland, Robert Page, Mel Rees, Dai Thomas, Garry Thompson
Web sites: (Rivals),, Official

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

On this day

Previous reports: Watford 1 AFC Bournemouth 0 12/08/03, Huddersfield Town 1 Watford 2 12/08/00, Watford 2 Sheffield United 1 12/08/95
Saint of the Day: Saint Redegund, the daughter of a Theringian prince, was married to a womanising bigamist and comforted herself with pious works. She founded a monastery of nuns and a leper hospital, where she became famous for kissing the diseased patients. Faced by a crowd of pagans armed with swords and clubs, she reduced the angry mob to docility with the power of the cross that she carried.

Further information

Nicholas Ralph's Word of the Day: "Thalassocracy". Sovereignty over the oceans - like Britannia rather a long time ago, though we never called it this
Lucky fashion accessory: A Picnic Hamper