please log in to view this image Saturday 19th October 3pm Premier League Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Another international break has passed us by and we're back to our rather choppy domestic campaign. The last game was something of a disaster, as we lost our captain to injury and were utterly outplayed. Our visitors are currently bottom of the division and winless, but they'll see this as an opportunity. It's no secret that we're having problems at the moment and their manager may have used the break wisely. Two sides in desperate need of a win, but can we be the one to get it? Watford's disastrous start to the season saw Javi Gracia's time at the club come to an end. Reaching a cup final and securing a comfortable mid-table finish doesn't count for much any more. 3 losses and a draw in the opening four games and he was resigned to the ever-growing Watford scrapheap. That the club went back to it to find his replacement probably didn't sit too well with him, either. Quique Sanchez Flores returned from short stints in Spain and China to take the helm. If the new/old manager was supposed to have an instant impact, then his appointment hasn't worked so far. Two draws have sandwiched two losses in his four league games, which include an 8-0 humiliation by City. A narrow win in the League Cup has been his only bright spot, but beating Coventry didn't save Gracia. Watford's inactivity in the summer transfer window may mitigate things with the fans. The board don't seem to care though and they've got very itchy trigger fingers. This fixture came at a difficult time for us last season, as we'd just gone out of both cups and were struggling. Kane was injured, Son had just come back from international duty and our form was poor. A depleted attendance meant a poor atmosphere, which only became worse as we went behind. Cathcart headed home before the break to end an uninspiring half. The second half was better though, as Son scrapily leveled before Llorente stole it at the death: The visit to Vicarage Road was almost the reverse, as we took the lead before throwing it away. Both teams struggled to create chances and we got to the break with the deadlock deservedly intact. An unfortunate Doucoure own goal gifted us the lead fairly early in the second half, but Watford reacted well. It was no shock when Deeney headed home their equaliser from a free-kick. That Cathcart replicated it a little later from a corner was even less suprising: Lloris is out for the foreseeable future and Lo Celso and Sessegnon are in consideration for selection. Their fitness and sharpness isn't up to standard yet and Eriksen faces a late test on a dead leg. Deeney and Success miss out for the visitors, while Prodl and Capoue are doubtful. Neither side has any suspensions. Lineups for each side's last league game: Spurs: Lloris; Sissoko, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Davies; Dier, Ndombele; Lamela, Eriksen, Son; Kane. Subs: Gazzaniga, Foyth, Sanchez, Skipp, Winks, Alli, Moura. League form: LDWLWL. Watford: Foster; Janmaat, Cathcart, Prodl, Kabasele, Holebas; Cleverly, Docoure, Peyreyra; Welbeck, Gray. Subs: Gomes, Dawson, Chalobah, Hughes, Femenia, Deulofeu, Sarr. League form: LDDLLD. Referee: Chris Kavanagh. VAR: John Brooks. TV: Not televised. How would you like to line up for this one and what would you change from the Brighton game? Who would you play at right-back and how would you balance our bench? Which system and tactics would you use and what are you expecting Watford to go with?