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And that's it. Burnley hold on. Anyone mentioned the Europa League might be a possibilty?Copyright: Press Association
Corner for Watford in the dying seconds....but Burnley clear.
Big chance for Chris Wood to settle this for Burnley but Orestis Karnezis saves for Watford.Copyright: Reuters
Double change for Watford. Richarlison replaces Will Hughes and Andre Carrillo is on for Abdoulaye Doucoure.
Jeff Hendrick replaces Aaron Lennon for Burnley.
It's a good chance for Watford to draw level. But Troy Deeney misjudges a cross from Roberto Pereyra and the ball goes beyond him as Burnley survive.
Well then, who would've thought this possible? Burnley are ahead and it's Jack Cork with the goal.
Watford again fail to deal with a ball into the penalty area and Cork's header just goes over the line before Orestis Karnezis claws the ball clear.Copyright: Reuters
Well what an introduction! Sam Vokes scores with his first touch - his first goal since November - to draw Burnley level.
It's a dreadful goal to concede from Watford's perspective. Adrian Mariappa heads the ball into the air and Vokes prods it in from close range.Copyright: Rueters
Here comes the cavalry for Burnley. Or more aptly here comes Sam Vokes who replaces Georges-Kevin Nkoudou. I wonder how Burnley will approach the last 20 minutes?
Will Hughes appears to have the freedom of Vicarage Road at the moment. He is picking out passes and running the show as the hosts win another corner.
Not quite sure where the gritty, obdurate Burnley side that has featured all season have disappeared to.
Roberto Pereyra turns the ball past Nick Pope after some good work from Will Hughes.
Hughes danced his way into the Burnley penalty area and when the ball broke left, the Argentine found the bottom right corner. That's his fourth of the season and a second in as many games.
He had slammed a free-kick into the Burnley wall moments earlier. All's forgiven Roberto.Copyright: Rueters
Some neat play by Will Hughes ends with the Watford midfielder being unceremoniously dumped to the ground by Burnley defender Kevin Long. Free-kick to Watford in a promising position...Copyright: Reuters
That's a ninth booking of the season for Abdoulaye Doucoure who is cautioned for hauling Burnley winger Georges-Kevin Nkoudou to the ground.
Burnley's Ashley Westwood has just taken one for the team, throwing himself in front of a piledriver from Daryl Janmaat. Watford are starting to display a real swagger, popping the ball around nicely.
What was I saying? Will Hughes cuts the visitors open and Daryl Janmaat side-foots a shot straight at the Burnley keeper, Nick Pope.
That looked very easy. Watford really should be ahead.Copyright: Reuters
I suspect Sean Dyche may have had a word at half-time in the Burnley dressing room.
The visitors have started quite positively, though rather like the first half, will they be able to maintain it?
Nearly an absolute howler from the Watford goalkeeper Orestis Karnezis.
He drops a high aimless ball under very little pressure but recovers well to block with his legs as Ashley Westwood follows-up for Burnley.
And we're under way for the second half.Copyright: Getty Images
Malky Mackay has been out on the pitch has received a very gracious reception from the home supporters. Mackay played for and managed the Hornets.