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|Watford midfielder issues this daunting message to Wolves ahead of Saturday
| bet Etienne Capoue says Watford head to Molineux this weekend looking to make their hosts Wolverhampton Wanderers ‘suffer’. Both Wolves and the Hornets find themselves in the top half of the Premier League table after eight games after very eye catching starts to the season. Whereas Wolves’ beginning to the campaign was comparably slow, Watford were sharp out of the traps, winning their first five matches in all competitions.
Since that victory at Reading in the second round of the EFL Cup, however, they haven’t managed a single victory and were on the receiving end of a damaging 4-0 defeat at home to Bournemouth before the international break. That result, though, is only driving the Hertfordshire side to respond in kind, midfielder Capoue reckons - starting at in the West Midlands.
“We have a tough game on Saturday but for them it is tough as well,” Capoue told Football.London. bet “They look like us in our first season. Very together, very compact. They give 100 per cent. It will be a very tough game over there. But it is all about us, we want to make them suffer.” Capoue’s manager Javi Gracia also recognised the quality in Wolves’ ranks and the challenge that awaits his side when they pitch up at the stadium on Saturday.
“I know Wolves are playing well,” Gracia said at his press conference on Thursday. “They’ve lost only one game, 2-0 against Leicester and that game bet with one own goal and one deflection, I think they’re playing really well. “We know it’ll be a tough game but in this moment for us it’s not important who we are going to play against, it’s more important to focus on ourselves and to try and do our best.