Sunday's Premier League action gets underway at Vicarage Road - here is how you can catch the action.
Watford's Etienne Capoue celebrates scoring their first goal
Watford have the chance to follow up last weekend's fine win over the champions Leicester with another home victory when they welcome Stoke to Vicarage Road on Sunday lunchtime.
After a poor start, Stoke looked to be getting back on track but suffered a setback with a home defeat to Bournemouth last time out. Bojan missed a penalty in that game; the Potters flair players such as the Spaniard will be key if Mark Hughes' side are to climb the table.
The Key Battle - Troy Deeney vs Ryan Shawcross
Deeney's strike partnership with Odion Ighalo has not been as prolific as this time last year, but the forward still has three goals to his name so far and remains the focal point of the Hornets attack.
His opponent is lucky to be featuring in this game at all having avoided what looked like a certain red card for a last-ditch foul on Callum Wilson last weekend, but Hughes will be grateful that his defensive talisman is available.
Stoke ran out 2-1 winners when these two sides met at Vicarage Road in March, with Jon Walters and Joselu on the scoresheet for the visitors.
Overall, Watford have 14 wins in this fixture to Stoke's 12, and there have been six draws.
Recent league form – most recent last:
Watford - DWDWLW
Stoke - DWWWDL
Who’s the ref?
Martin Atkinson will be in control of proceedings in Hertfordshire.
The 45-year-old has overseen both of these sides already during this campaign; Atkinson was in charge of Watford's win at West Ham and Stoke's draw at home to West Brom.
Watford's Vicarage Road
What time is kick off?
It's an early start at Vicarage Road - the game begins at 12pm.
Where can I watch it?
Sky Sports 1 are showing this one as the first part of their Super Sunday triple header, with coverage beginning at 11.30am.
Watford - 13/10
Draw - 12/5
Stoke - 2/1