Watford manager Quique Sanchez Flores was at the game at West Ham on Monday night, and he prepares his teams well for their games, and he says he has analyzed our games from the last year, and presumably they are well prepared and ready for the game tomorrow.
So it is up to Newcastle to give us a performance and even more important is that we get the 3 points against the newly promoted side.
Quique Sanchez Flores appointed manager in early June
Quique Sanchez Flores took over Watford in June, and he is known for the organization of his sides and they have 6 points from the first five games, having had a great 1-0 win at home to Swansea last Saturday.
This is what he has said about the game tomorrow at St. James’ Park:
“Newcastle have not started very well, but I know their players and we have analysed their matches from the past year,” “We respect Newcastle very much.”
“They are a very historic team for the Premier League, and they have Steve McClaren in charge, who I respect very much as a coach.”
“So they have a good leader and very good players. They are playing in a stadium with 55,000 fans, so that means there is going to be high pressure.”
“But it is interesting for us, and in these types of matches, it is important to create silence in the stands.”
“Our target is to create silence, and if we win in that stadium, it would be amazing for the players and their confidence.”
“When you have played five matches and haven’t found a result, then it is possible they will change something,”
“They have many different options in their team, so maybe they will change. That is what we are expecting.”
Newcastle do have some options and we expect some changes to the side for tomorrow.
This is the side that could start the game:
Janmaat Mbemba Coloccini (c) Haidara
Wijnaldum de Jong Aarons
Subs: Darlow Lascelles Tiote Anita Obertan Thauvin Cisse
That’s three changes from Monday night.
What would your team be for tomorrow?